AROTCArmy Reserve Officers' Training Corps
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The AROTC was one of the most important experiences that served as the foundation in building who I am today.
New York University 1918 (AROTC); Both ROTC programs
Andrew (AROTC) said that "Some people just emulate military service.
How we don't fight and we just sit there and sit back on our ships and do nothing." Of course, Dan disagrees, but Dell (AROTC) appeared to side with Dan's friend.
And of course men could always question the physical fitness standards of the other branches, as did Ryan (AROTC).
Gibson (AROTC) contemplated joining the Marines, but, like Michael, said that their approach was not in line with his personal style.
If I go to Iraq, I want to be saying, 'I fought,' not sat behind a desk." Meyer (DEP) agreed: "I might feel like I am serving more in the infantry." And Gibson (ROTC), who plans to become an infantry officer, bluntly stated what these men appear to be getting at: "The infantry is the military." "There are only two goals I've got for the Army," Tom (AROTC) said.
Jackson (AROTC), who planned to become a supply officer, suggested there was an undeniable difference between infantry soldiers and other Army personnel.