Thanks, Jimmy, John and Mike. I have indeed thought about going back to the Army, though I missed at least my earlier opportunities for interviews, etc. It really would be a last resort for me because I went to law school precisely so that I'd have good opportunities outside the military.
There's no doubt a great amount of pride and satisfaction in serving your country in uniform, and the young people that join are often a fun and inspiring bunch.
That being said, the Army involves a lot of moving around and living in very remote areas for extended periods of time, even when you're stateside. The overseas slots aren't as plentiful or as nice as they used to be, either. It's also a bureaucracy like no other, and an all-consuming lifestyle that alienates you from the rest of society.
In other words, it's something I'm glad I did, but not sure I want to do again.
I also agree that the Army couldn't ever give a damn where you went to school. When I was in, there was a sort of anti-elitism, where people who went to private schools were sneered at and assumed to think themselves superior to everyone else.
Thanks again for the advice to all who provided it.