So my best friend was like "yeah, i'm going to volunteer for special forces and i'll get to wear my special forces badge and be a real special forces guy" I swear to god those were his exact words verbatim. So I was like "well, isn't it tough to do that and doesn't pretty much EVERYONE else want to volunteer for it so there's a lot of competition" He said that most of the med school students there at the officer basic course with him are fat slobs who don't want to be there and they're just there for the money so according to him, NO army doctors want to be a "special forces doctor" so if he volunteers he'll automatically become one. He can't even do 20 pushups, he has a shoulder problem where it pops out of it's socket like when he does lots of pushups and whatnot, he can't do any pullups, can't even do 20 pushups, and he thinks he'll easily volunteer for SF and be a quote "special forces guy!" When he first got to OBC and he told me they gave him his own fancy apartment and all sorts of stuff, I said "oh I thought you'd be living in open squad bays with no phone access and lot's of yelling and shit for the next 6 weeks with no weekend libo or anything" and he was like "if it was like that I never would have done it" Is it really as easy for doctors to become SF like he says it is or what? If there is any kind of advanced selection process or something like there for SF doctors like every enlisted has to go through, or are any doctors allowed to do it just because they're doctors and officers? If there's a hard selection process like there is for enlisted, there's no chance in hell that he would make it.