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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The UO ROTC - aka the Webfoot Warriors - earned the top honor during the 100th year since its 1916 founding on the UO campus.
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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.
Chemical Branch personnel had the opportunity to personally interact with ROTC cadets during the ROTC summer Leadership Development and Assessment Course (Warrior Forge) at Joint Base Lewis-McChord.
Like several other prominent schools--among them, Harvard, Yale, and Columbia University--City College had hosted one of the earliest ROTC programs in the nation, graduating its first class in 1917.
Prior-service cadets like Donalson, who joined ROTC under the Green to Gold program, make up about 20 percent of the battalion.
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