A guy in my company at Warrior Forge was a former Marine, so if you're wanting to lead from the dark side you'll have a shot as long as you can get a contract.
I've decided on the Marine Corps after some lengthy self-debates.
Marine or Cav?
I want to have a little fun before enlistment. Also, these past few months after football left me a bit on lazy side of the fence, so I want to get some proper physical training back into rhythm.
Next Spring...not sooner?
I'm not expressively planning on trying to get a commission into the Navy or Marine Corps if I do infact enroll in an ROTC program, just doing some light research on the topic. However, thanks for the tips and recommendations!
It's much easier to commission into the Army v. the other services. Actually ask PhillyMobster he's doing Army ROTC right now. If you're looking at commissioning in the Corps afterwards...I wouldn't do it, but it's a helluva lot easier to do PLC and not accept any money and just go to OCS...that way if after graduation you don't want to commission in the Corps you won't owe anything.
Meh, those were a bit of childhood dreams, nothing more really. I'm just excited to get into the military regardless of enlistment or commission.
You wanting to attend USNA