Well, I just had my interview today and would like to share my story with some you fellas out there. Well, I took off with some friends (to comfort me during the trip) in the morning, giving myself 3 hours for the trip. Took a bus and a few trains. Unfortunately, two of the trains had issues, which delayed me. Ultimately, I arrived at the interview spot (which was in a college) about 50 minutes late. I walked in, and he seemed totally fine with the fact that I was late nearly an hour. Maybe he wrote it down against me, but didn't express it. BTW, I had a dress shirt with a casual jacket on top, with black jeans, on Keds casual shoes. (The dress shirt as well as shoes were blue, representing blue -the air force ) Anyways, my first impression on him was, he's ridiculously tall, he's white, he's around his 26'ish, he has no hair, he doesn't smile/laugh, and he's intimidating. But before I sat down to talk with him, I had to sign some papers, he did a slide show describing how AFROTC runs in this detachment, and he checked my height and weight. After that, he asked some questions if I can remember: 1. Why do you want to be an AF Officer? 2. Tell me about a situation in which you helped a friend overcome a tough circumstance. 3. What would your friends describe you as? 4. Has any of your family members served in the military? 5. What are you hobbies/sports? 6. Describe yourself in ways that aren't listed on the resume. 7. Is there anything in the ROTC program that you don't like? Those are all I can remember so far, and before he asked me, he told me this: " I'm just gonna run down some questions and they won't take long because I can figure out a person quickly ". Yeah , this statement scared the hell outta me. He didn't run down my resume or anything, although he asked for it. After that, I had a list of questions that I asked him. Then, we shook hands and I was on my way until I saw a Captain who was at my College Fair whom I talked with for hours. Overall, it was a good experience, though I wouldn't say the interview went 100% as I planned it should be.