@EquitasInvictus: Thanks man, I just wanted a opinion from someone that in the military other than recruiters. Crazy to say the major I'm going to is Computer engineering, I fell in love with computers since I was 4 years old.
@falserelic: Every military branch in the United States military has a Reserve Officers' Training Corps for college students. (There's Army ROTC and Navy ROTC too) and their training, while slightly different in focus, follows the same formula. It's basically the alternative to going to West Point or Annapolis or the United States Air Force Academy -- it lets college students be college students while giving them the opportunity to train and become future officers for the U.S. military.
Oh, there's also a high school version, Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps (JROTC), but there's no military obligation involved with that and it's more driven by leadership in general than military leadership, which college, senior ROTC does. High school JROTC is kinda like being in the Boy Scouts, while college-level ROTC is legitimate military training. I did JROTC, too, though, and it's definitely gave me a good perspective on the military without having me commit yet. In fact, I doubt I would've went all the way to volunteer to become an officer candidate if I never learned about the military through JROTC.
Hey, well I'm in my last year of high school and I been in JROTC since 10th grade. Over the long summer I been question myself, should I join the military. Well obviously If I do join I continue with senior ROTC but I don't know, why should I join other than money and serving America?
Dark Knight Rises or Avatar I don't Remember, Ever since my older brother quit his job at the movie theater I haven't been there since. Plus It haven't been really no movie I wanted to see in theaters, I can wait until it come to DVD or Netflix.