Ok, so I just graduated from college and did 3.5 years of ROTC. I got disenrolled my last semester for missing a PT test run by 8 seconds. I've had 4 knee surgeries from college football (division 3, so no scholarships), and had been off/on with my running (so my regional commander had a target on my back), mostly because I'm an ex-offensive lineman with a bad knee. Now, my knee should be good to go now, I do have to run with a brace, but it hasn't been sore for me all summer and my run times have been fine. My question is since I've had a lot of ROTC training (laugh as you will, we all know what a joke ROTC is, but you still learn something), how should I handle this in Basic to get the least amount of shit? I don't think I'll tell anyone unless they ask, which I doubt they will, but I don't want to get the focus of the drill sergeant on the 22 year old who thinks he's too good for boot camp. Also, are we allowed dip or anything while we're there? Because I'm leaving first week of October (taking the ASVAB monday, will I lock my MOS down when I'm at the recruiting station?, my recruiter has been pretty worthles so far), so I probably need to quit now. But I love dip so much. I appreciate any advice.