Relatively new program from what I've learned from armyocs.com, came out maybe Nov 09. Anyway, if you meet certain requirements, you actually get to "choose" your branch. To briefly summarize: 1. Have a degree from a university from the list (it's basically a top 30 universities list, with a few exceptions) 2. Have a particular major that "fits" within the branch you want. (for example, political science is a major that 'fits' for MI) 3. Have a 3.0+ GPA 4. Need no waivers for anything 5. Agree to an extra year (so 4 years from commissioning instead of 3). Of course all of that is based upon space, qualifications, etc. I qualify for a couple of the branches based on my education. This is pretty cool stuff, I think this will get a lot of qualified applicants much more interested in the Army vs. other branches. I hate to admit it, but one of the reasons i researched the navy prior to the army was the fact you could be pro-rec'd for particular branches.