My kid is an applicant for a navy ROTC (national, 2018) scholarship. His application has been completed and the recruiter has everything except the officer interview. My son actually had the interview conducted at an NROTC unit in Louisiana over 3 weeks ago. The recruiter has repeatedly tried to contact the officer via phone and email, but the officer won't respond and has submitted the evaluation. What are our options as we live in an area where navy ROTC units aren't easy to come by. We drove nearly 3 hours for his interview as it was. Do we try to contact the commander of the unit? Can my son try another interview with any naval officer- like a chaplain? Would an air force officer be acceptable? Just to be clear, the officer is there at the unit. He's not away. He might be busy, but he is there. Also, before and after the interview, everything seemed fine. My son said that the officer said he's a good candidate. Looking for suggestions. Thanks.