Reserve Officers Training Corps

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Reserve′ Of`ficers Train′ing Corps`

a body of students at some colleges and universities who are given training toward becoming officers in the armed forces. Abbr.: ROTC, R.O.T.C.
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Noun1.Reserve Officers Training Corps - a training program to prepare college students to be commissioned officersReserve Officers Training Corps - 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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Also, recruitment booths for individuals interested in becoming a member of the regular and reserve forces were put in place, aside from information campaign materials for the Reserve Officers Training Corps, static displays of Special Operating Forces, new PA equipment and demonstrations on combat fitness test.
According to Nograles, there are around 4 million grade 11 and 12 students in the country that would be affected by the plan to make the Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) mandatory.
Duterte, in a letter addressed to Senate President Vicente Sotto III, called for the immediate passage of Senate Bill 2232 or the Senior High School Reserve Officers Training Corps Act.
DESPITE a Palace certification that it is an urgent bill, the mandatory Reserve Officers Training Corps' (ROTC) bill is unlikely to be passed by the 17th Congress for lack of time.
ROTC to counter NPA recruitment in schools' !-- -- Michael Punongbayan (The Philippine Star) - March 16, 2019 - 12:00am MANILA, Philippines The return of mandatory Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) will help counter the recruitment of students into the communist movement, an official said.
The textbook for US Navy junior reserve officers training corps covers sea power and national security, naval operations and support functions, military law, international law and the sea, naval weapons, modern naval warfare, and shipboard organization and watch-standing.
The Army had previously extended similar accommodation requests to chaplains and medical personnel but had denied requests from active-duty combat soldiers and members of the Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) on safety grounds.
At the same time, he mentioned continuing efforts to obtain new Chops from a variety of commissioning sources, such as Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC) and the U.S.
It established an Officers Reserve Corps (into which the Medical Reserve Corps was merged the following year), Enlisted Reserve Corps, and Reserve Officers Training Corps (the birth of ROTC).
Cody Barenbrugge, 16, and his sister Lindsey Miller, 15, are both freshmen at Bloomfield (Indiana) Junior-Senior High School and both are cadets in the Navy's Naval Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (NJROTC).
Written by freelance journalist and war correspondent David Axe, Army 101: Inside ROTC in a Time of War is a straight-talk look at the state of the modern Reserve Officers Training Corps, and the lives of the college students who participate in them--in effect, minoring in the military while pursuing degrees in other fields.

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