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Hello, I have an ongoing "dilemma". I am definitely joining the USAF. I understand that with me joining I will have to prioritize my life around my duty and obligations that I sign up for. However, I also am aware that I have a major choice in how I go about this process that will help tailor this experience... to an extent. I am debating on just enlisting or AFROTC. My current situation is a major determining factor in this decision. I am 22 years of age and have completed a year and a semester of school at a university. I wasn't able to further my education because of the finances. I have been out of school for 2 years now and want to go back to school and enroll in the afrotc program. In order to do so I have to pay $190 a month for the next 9 consecutive months to my defaulted student loan in order to be eligible for financial aid. This I will need just in case there is any excess expenses I will incur after any scholarship that I will qualify for in afrotc. After the 9 months, it will be december which is mid year and I will be 23. I'm not sure if enrolling in the middle of the year is smart or if enrolling in the afrotc at 23 will be okay. Do you think that this route is a waste of time to become an officer and finish my degree before I go to the AF? Or should I just enlist. In which I would still have be up to date on my student loan in order to be in the green to enlist. Also If I did enlist, should I opt for the the student loan repayment program or the MGI Bill? Because through and through my goal is to finish my education and I understand that opting for the SLRP will not allow me access to the MGI Bill which is kind of sore for me. Both routes are realistic. But which is the best and attainable with my situation? Anyone that has overcome this situation,has experience in afrotc or currently in the air force will be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
You may not qualify for an Afrotc Scholarship but that should not be a deciding factor if you want to serve as an Air Force Officer. Only about half of Afrotc Cadets are on Scholarship. The only way to be somewhat assured of an Afrotc scholarship is to major in an area that offers Afrotc awards express or critical foreign language scholarships and hope the quota is not met by mid year. Starting in the Fall of 2012, the 12-13 Academic year, you will be on independent status for financial aid purposes under Fafsa guidelines which I assume you were not previously since you have student loan debt. This is for the 11-12 Academic year so just bump the dates up a year for the 12-13 academic year: are definitely not too old to commission through Afrotc: Meet the age requirements: * Rated (pilot or combat systems officer) – commissioned before reaching the age of 29 * Scholarship applicants – be less than 31 years old as of December 31 of the year you will commission * Tech, non-tech and non-rated – commissioned by age 30 (waiverable up to age 35) description of Afrotc: to read all the FAQ under each heading, Scholarships, College Life, Admissions etc: Also these FAQ: The Afrotc program generally begins in the Fall. If you have 2.5 semesters till graduation and start back in spring of 2012, you will not be on Afrotc scholarship and will not be able to enroll in the thee year Afrotc program but will have to immediately compete for an enrollment allocation for the Poc and if you ae awarded an enrollment allocation will have to complete an extended Field Training in the Summer, six week instead of four weeks. Scroll down to: "Getting Started – Getting Into the Professional Officer Course (POC)" at the following link: If you start back in the Fall of 2012, and plan on three years to graduation, you will be on independent status for financial aid purposes and can enroll in the 3 year Afrotc Program. In the 3 year program the freshman year and sophomore year Afrotc classes are doubled up each semester but the PT and Leadership Lab remains the same as if just taking one year's courses. It is not much more time commitment and the extra classes give academic credit. This also gives a much better chance to compete for an enrollment allocation for the Poc. It is also can be preferable not to accept an Afrotc Scholarship. The initial active duty service obligation of four years for Afrotc Scholarship commissioned officers does not accrue 9/11 GI Bill benefits. The three year active duty service obligation for Afrotc commissioned officers accrues full 9/11 GI Bill benefits which include 36 months of tuition at the highest instate undergrad rate at the most expensive public university in the state plus 36 months of tax free E-5 with dependents BAH which can amount to over $2600/month in high cost areas. This can be used to finance a grad/professional degree. Certain universities offer enhanced benefits under the VA's yellow ribbon program. If you were to enlist and are single, you will be not be eligible for tax free BAH until reaching E-4 rank and four years service. All officers are entitled to BAH. O-1 to O-2 in 18-24 months O-2 to O-3 in another 24 months Change the location to determine the BAH and the regular military compensation: Also, the active duty service obligation for pilots is ten years after earning wings which takes about two years. OTS is not a viable option at the current time. There was one selection board in 2010. 132 were selected including 26 Airmen and 106 Civilians. All were for rated slots: Pilot, CSO, ABM. Ots is used to address needs the Air Force does not meet with accessions from the Academy and Afrotc. For non rated slots, this usually means having an engineering or other technical degree. Informative Overview of Afrotc, be sure to open this link: Suggestion: 1)Take care of your Student Loan Default and stay under the Fafsa income limits for getting full financial aid on independent status and plan for the Fall of 2012. With independent status, it might make sense to consider a different college. One that is generous in awarding private grant type financial aid. 2) Get in shape for Afrotc. 3) Independently study any difficult required courses needed for your degree. 4) Be sure to read all the Faq at the above links and the Ppt overview. Let me know if there are any questions. Good Luck!
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Get on AD, then transfer to OTS after you get your degree. That is if you want to become an officer.