I am a 4th year cadet (3 yr scholarship). I injured my hip at a voluntary weekend ROTC obstacle in my 1st year but recovered fine after 8 weeks. But then re-injured in my 3rd year (right before school began, so really right before my 3rd year.) I did not go to camp between my 3rd/4th year because I required surgery to fix the re-injury. I am now nearing summer to go to camp but I am still unable to do a lot (run, ruck, jump, etc) without pain and taking pain meds. The surgeon wrote a note to ROTC that says I am 'able to do all activity that doesn't cause me pain' but unfortunately as stated, a lot causes pain still. Not unbearable in the moment (for example, if I had to run to catch my dog who got off leash I could do it physically) but not tolerable long term (in the dog scenario, I would be in pain all day from that small amount of running and need to ice/take medication asap or else be sore for days.) My problem is that no one will really inform me of what the medical dis enrollment looks like. I have been in close contact with my PMS and other cadre about my problems as well as my frustration that the doctor did not write a very useful note. Also I have been on profile since my re-injury (in late summer/early fall of my 3rd year. it is now spring of my 4th year.) I don't know how to ask about more information for the medical process. My cadre (especially PMS) have been uncooperative and if I ask questions, I feel that they believe I want to get out. It is not that I want to leave, but that I feel very stuck and un-informed. Another problem is that I am having trouble maintaining BMI (just barely) because I can not really even walk let alone run/do other cardio work to lose weight. PMS says I am overeating and being unhealthy but it's just un-true. I am just unfortunately and involuntarily sedentary due to my injury /pain and I worry that PMS will boot me for weight standards but they are caused by injury. I am afraid to ask questions and get booted out for in-genuine desire to serve. This is what I have wanted to do for a long time but I am not getting better and I need to know the next steps. I am also wondering if the doctors tell me I will be OK for duty after another surgery, Can ROTC force me to either get the surgery or else claim I did not do everything to get better? Does any one know what I would look at paying back financially? and if the cadre recommends I am dis enrolled for example for weight, Is the appeal process straight forward or not?