Posted on Oct 19, 2019
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My University offers army rotc, and I know that when you contract with ROTC they override your current enlisted contract. I’d rather be an Air Force officer. If I were to do Air Force rotc could the same thing happen?
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COL Jon Thompson
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The NG would have to release you to sign an Air Force contract. This requires a DD368 usually approved by a General officer. This would be the same form you would need if you received a line scholarship for Army ROTC. So it is up to your unit to release you. There is no requirement for them to do so.
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My short answer is Yes, especially if your pitch is that you want to be an Air National Guard officer in the same state.
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Capt Daniel Goodman Sir, I know you mean well but most of those links have nothing to do with what he was asking...
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as I was scrolling down, I was thinking that it escalated quickly. WOW
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