I heard something recently that sounded like a bunch of garbage, but I wanted the info from the experts. Appearantly, there's some sort of program adopted by the Army where, after a student's sophomore year, he can go to boot camp and then go back to school. He gets paid while he's in school, and after he graduates, he simply goes to AIT. This is the basic story that's been fed to me. Supposedly, the Air Force and Marine Corps are going to adopt this program as well. I think it's a bunch of garbage for several reasons: You have to be 17 to even sign the line(with parental permission), and you have to have a high school diploma to be allowed to go to boot camp. These are my main hangups. An opinion from someone who knows what they're talking about would be greatly appreciated.