ROTC


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ROTC

 (är′ō-tē-sē′, rŏt′sē)
abbr.
Reserve Officers' Training Corps

ROTC

(in the US) abbreviation for
(Military) Reserve Officers' Training Corps: a training programme for university students, graduates of which become commissioned officers in one of the armed forces

ROTC

(ˌɑr oʊ tiˈsi, ˈrɒt si)
Reserve Officers Training Corps.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.ROTC - a training program to prepare college students to be commissioned officersROTC - a training program to prepare college students to be commissioned officers
army corps, corps - an army unit usually consisting of two or more divisions and their support
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Ronald dela Rosa makes the essentialism that 'your love for your country is measured by your love for ROTC.' Well, that is not the love that I saw in that ROTC office.
Those who had gone through ROTC but failed to learn its valuable lessons can help reform the system and improve its field training by making suggestions based on their sad experience.
Marcos said the absence of community service subjects in the curriculum of the ROTC program would make it 'overtly military', as she pushed for the 'Citizen Services Program' bill, which makes military training an option for college-level students instead of a requirement for those in Grade 11 and 12.
"Dahil simulang nawala 'yong ROTC, naobserbahan natin na ang inclination ng kabataan, hindi naman lahat, is papunta sa kaliwa.
The problems with the Philippine mandatory college ROTC program-that ended in 2002-were supposed to be solved with the revised National Service Training Program (NSTP).
2232, Gatchalian said the establishment of grievance committees, both at the cluster unit and national levels, ensures that there is a reportorial, investigative, and disciplinary mechanism available to address wrongdoings perpetrated under or through the ROTC program, should it be reinstated.
The fourth floor of Cate Center 4 became home to the OU Air Force ROTC program after Craddock Hall, a 70-year-old military barracks, was demolished in 2015.
As a member institution of the United Negro College Fund's Career Pathways Initiative, LeMoyne-Owen's reestablishment of the ROTC program will prepare students for the 21st Century military and security workforce.
The UO ROTC - aka the Webfoot Warriors - earned the top honor during the 100th year since its 1916 founding on the UO campus.
As an ROTC recruit, I had to attend a weekly ROTC course.
For Ole Miss ROTC cadets to accept the game ball from Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze and run the ball 45 miles to Calhoun City, roughly midway between Oxford and Starkville.
General Powell's words were a reminder of ROTC's tumultuous history at City College and its forced ouster during the firestorm of student protests over the Vietnam War.