Reserve Officers Training Corps

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a training program to prepare college students to be commissioned officers


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A look at his State Department biography reveals that "In 1970, he graduated from the Boston College School of Management where he served in the Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC).
As most US Army officers do today, I was commissioned at a regular university through a program called the "Reserve Officers Training Corps" (ROTC).
A graduate of Bowling Green University, Toledo, Ohio, Scheid was commissioned as a second lieutenant through the Reserve Officers Training Corps.
It's hard to imagine that Roberto Harris had once been a proud member of the Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (JROTC) program at Thomas Jefferson High School, or that his bedroom had been adorned with a huge American flag and Marine Corps stickers.
VADM Brewer began his Navy career as a member of the first graduating class of the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps at a historically African-American university, Prairie View A&M University, in Prairie View, Texas.
Pratt, president of Pratt Aviation Services Inc., has been named to the Purdue University Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) Hall of Fame.
Members of Company D of the Reserve Officers Training Corps pose at the University of Oregon in 1944 in front of the Kappa Sigma fraternity house.
In Catholic high schools, colleges, and universities, the CPF will challenge the free access enjoyed by military recruiters and address issues arising from the participation in Reserve Officers Training Corps programs.
His other assignments include tours of duty with the Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps at the University of North Carolina, Officers Training School, and locations including Port Austin Air Force School, Michigan; Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi; and Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado.
Participants in the new program will attend Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)-affiliated colleges or universities after gaining admission.
Leading Venezuelan educators and critics of President Hugo Chavez are calling his creation of 500 schools constructed and supervised by the military a political program for "ideological indoctrination and militarization." Aimed at educating some of Venezuela's poorest children, proposals include compulsory military training that proponents claim will aid in "vocational orientation." In the United States, similar claims and accusations have been made concerning the Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps program, in which retired military personnel teach elective courses in public high schools or special academies.
In 1916, Congress passed the National Defense Act which created the Officers' Reserve Corps, Enlisted Reserve Corps, and Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC).
That's because the details in this scenario are true if you substitute the words "military officers" for "engines," and "Pentagon" for "GM," and view Plant A as a service academy, Plant B as the university-affiliated Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC), and Plant C as the quick-and-dirty military training offered to college graduates by Officer Candidate Schools (OCS).
At least that's the "Campaign Plan" of the Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) Cadet Command at Fort Monroe, Virginia, dated July 1, 1993 - an unclassified but not widely known document that describes in detail the Army's plan for Junior ROTC Career Academies.
227, otherwise known as an Act Mandating the Institutionalization, Development, Training, Organization and Administration of Basic Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) in Grades 11 and 12 in Public and Private Educational Institutions, those who will not be able to complete the program would not be eligible for graduation.
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