Hi. I'm a senior in college, seriously thinking about commissioning. Both my parents were in the Air Force (my mom retired as an O4) and both told me to go the officer route. Beside that, it's something I want to do. I'm graduating this semester with a shitty GPA (prob about a 2.8), but I've been playing rugby for 6 semesters, so I'm hoping that helps make up for it... I'd say I've done a good amount of research (as well as lurked The Barracks for awhile), and I'm interested in the Chemical Corps. I'll have a BS in Public Health, if that makes a difference. I have a clean record (aside from a "drinking in public" ticket in NYC, but I'm pretty sure that doesn't show up on any records) and no drug use. Basically, what I'm asking- Any idea if I'm competitive? Is the Chemical Corps worth looking at? Long term, I'm interested in Civil Affairs. I have an uncle who's an officer in the Special Forces, and he seems to like them. Plus, I'd get to grow a beard (from what he said). I have another friend who served in a Ranger Btn, who says I "look like a typical special forces guy." I'm not saying I'd like to go SF out of OCS, though it sounds like a cool thing to do if I stay in long enough. I have some ROTC friends here at college who can set me up with recruiters, as well as a distant family friend who is a reserves recruiter. Any ideas?