Marine Officer -ROTC

September 10th, 2004  

Topic: Marine Officer -ROTC

So you finished your four years of college and the last two years you do ROTC. How many years do you owe in the Marines? Is it 6 years? If you become an officer from ROTC and they pay for all or some of your law school once you are done serving in the Corps, how many more years would you have to owe? OF course this would be active infantry duty while serving. Whats the better deal? Enlist, ROTC, and or scholarship?

September 15th, 2004  
An Academy graduate owes 5 years to Uncle Sugar. NROTC or PLC will give you a Reserve commission and you would owe at least 4 years.. An Nrotc schloarship would give you a Regular commission and the same commitment as a graduate of Canoe U.
Service as an Enlisted Marine would qualify you for the GI bill.