I am familiar with Army, Navy and Marine Option application process. I am ignorant of the Air Force ROTC process. So out of curiosity I would like to know how they do it. Such as: In the Army you have this email address you can send your questions. You have no idea who is going to answer on the other side. They also don't seem very timely. In the Army you interview at the college of your choice. This sounds good, but if you drive 500 miles for the interview and they lose the evaluation you are screwed. Make sure you know when the interviewer is scheduled for vacation. He almost ran us over when we were leaving. He called us a month later to schedule an interview. In the Navy you will be assigned a local recruiter who specializes specifically in NROTC applications. You can readily call the recruiter and get answers. He/she will also come to you with paper work, if something is missing. We switched to Marine Option at this point, so I am not so sure who does the interview. I am thinking it is the same chief petty officer. In the Marines the XO of the recruiting district is assigned to help you complete your application. He is GOD. Do not tick him off or he will put you threw the place you don't want to go. The same XO in the Marines performs your interview. You are supposed to have two interviews, but he will hand you a phone and have you speak with someone. It could be his uncle or his Karate instructor for all you know. How do they do it in the Air Force?