Hey guys, Some of you may have read my thread about trying to get into MI or Psy Ops as an Officer. Anyway, I went to the officer selection recruiter today, it was only 10 miles away from work and school so no biggie just left early. I gotta say, everyone was very polite and informative (although they obviously have to be to fill their quotas), but I came back with a favorable impression. I was discussing MI or Psy Ops with the recruiter I was originally assigned to, but after discussing the Psy Ops, he actually believed I'd be more of a fit for the Reserves if that's what I really wanted. (Which actually corresponds to what a lot of you guys have told me as well so I was pleased). Anyway, I talked to the Reserve recruiter right after that. I gotta say she worked pretty hard for me. She made 3-4 calls right in front of me to the senior officers of the branches I was interested in (Psy Ops, Civil Affairs, and MI) and she got favorable answers from all of them when they learned of my qualifications and linguistic background. Anyway, she said that she wanted to get me an official letter from the commanding officer of each unit that I was contemplating getting into in each branch saying that they have openings and they want me there. Of course she said at the very end it's the decision of "MEPS" (sp?) that makes the final call so that's why 3 letters for three different branches would be extremely helpful, in case I don't get my first choice. Anyway, I haven't made any commitments yet but I think Army Reserve is the right option for me considering I still want a civilian lifestyle for the most part but also want to gain military experience and attend OCS and Additional Training. Do you guys have any advice? Do you guys think I should keep my appointments with the recruiters in other services like the Navy and AF? Thanks for all your help thus far.