NROTC

AcronymDefinition
NROTCNaval Reserve Officers Training Corps
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Less than 15 officers are annually accessed through USNA and NROTC via an internal review process.
Tuskegee's NROTC program prepares roughly 40 Midshipmen and Midshipwomen each year for service as commissioned officers in the Navy and Marine Corps upon their graduation.
The first hurdle the NROTC program had to cross was finding space on campus.
After we landed and gave the midshipmen an aircraft tour, we went to the university to brief the NROTC students.
Similarly, in this study, student organizations and university-sponsored programs such as the university band, baseball team, Navy Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC), and the student government association also served as a conduit for White student engagement.
They were clearly experts in their specific fields but as naval officers, they were lacking in an understanding of the naval service, having to rely on their NROTC or USNA courses for their understanding of the Navy.
He says scarcely anything of his passage through Princeton with the aid of an NROTC scholarship.
A Navy officer commissioned through the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC) Atlanta Consortium and a graduate of Georgia State University, was recognized for heroism during a ceremony on the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) campus, June 14.
After receiving his commission through the NROTC programme, Flammang retired as a Captain after 28 years in the US Navy and joined VSE in 2004.
Do Stahl and others of his ilk understand that without the ROTC and the Navy's NROTC, many young folks would never receive a college education?
Army or Navy Reserve Officer Training Corps cadets (AROTC and NROTC, respectively) at a large university in the Southeast.