military decoration awarded by the Department of the Army to an ROTC
cadet who performs an act of heroism.
In the succeeding half century, all male UO students in their freshmen and sophomore years were required to drill with ROTC
, McMahon said.
military, Muhammad says some HBCUs are missing out on opportunities to better serve students by directing them to ROTC
or Officer Candidate School programs.
De Ocampo OBE (5th from left standing) and Lucky Guillermo (2nd from right, standing) with the surviving Hunters ROTC
Guerrilas (seated) and their families.
Hayes and senior John Boulding, Ole Miss ROTC
cadet battalion commander, ran the first six miles, and then the other cadets took shifts to run the ball along Highway 9 to Calhoun City.
Nowhere has this disconnect been more evident than in America's largest city, which, until recently, was served by just four ROTC
Soldiers in the ROTC
program serve as invaluable resources to their non-prior-service peers, said Cook, who is prior enlisted himself.
We hold our ROTC
commissioning ceremony each May in our Alumni Memorial Chapel.
Bryant, had been the professor of military science at the time Boy my father and many others went through ROTC
, and it may have been his tour of the UNH campus that persuaded me to go to UNH.
To learn more about ROTC
trends, read "Cadets on Campus" in the March 2008 issue of University Business.
Faust and Harvard have an opportunity here to seize the highest moral ground of all and raise the pressure on Congress to modify or drop "don't ask, don't tell": Welcome ROTC
back to campus, and make clear that all Harvard students who wish to enter the program can do so.
But even so, we aren't going to be left without officers: some come up through the ranks or out of college via Officer Candidate School, and state schools everywhere offer ROTC