Has anyone ever heard of the term "flipping on the floor"? My husband was being recruited for Active Duty Army, and is currently in need of a waiver to be approved to ship. Now his recruiters are telling him that if he chooses Reserves, he is much more likely to get a waiver approved. So they coded him as a Reserve recruit. The more we thought about it, we want him to do Active Duty but his recruiters seem to be trying to sway him towards Reserves. They're now suggesting he switches to Active Duty once his waiver gets approved in a process called "Flipping on the Floor", which means on the day he picks his MOS, he picks an Active Duty MOS instead, switching from Reserves to Active. Is this a real thing, or even allowed, or are his recruiters spoon-feeding him lies in an attempt to get a Reserves recruit?