Hey guys, so I need a little bit of help and some hope. I really want to become an officer in the military, and I would absolutely die to work in military intelligence (active duty). Right now, I'm finishing up my sophomore year in College, and I talked to an ROTC adviser here, and they said that if I wanted to join, I would need to extend my graduation by one year. Now, I wouldn't mind doing thing, but what are the chances that I can get the field I want and actually commission for active duty once I'm done? I was never really motivated to do anything before I decided I wanted to do this so my first year and a half of college I dropped my GPA down to a 2.49, and by the end of this semester (May 1st) I should be back at a 2.6 or 2.7 (and increasing per semester). I'm not looking for a scholarship or to have the Army pay for my school, I just 100% want to be an officer. What are the chances that if I poured blood, sweat, and tears into this program and gave it my all, that I would actually commission as an officer in military intelligence once I'm done? Should I even go for the Army ROTC program to begin with (I would prefer to) or try my luck graduating on time and applying for OCS?