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After serving five years on active duty, he earned an ROTC Scholarship from the University of Wisconsin-Lacrosse, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education with coaching concentrations in basketball and football and was commissioned a Distinguished Military Graduate in August 1991 as a Military Intelligence Officer. Since becoming an officer he has served in a wide variety of tactical assignments including: platoon leader, company commander, intelligence officer, instructor, public affairs officer, and director for strategic communication. LTC Stroud currently serves as the Professor of Military Science ...
This program commissioned its first class of lieutenants in 1920. The concept behind ROTC, however, had its roots in military training which began taking place in civilian colleges and universities as early as 1819 with the founding of the American Literary, Scientific and Military Academy at Norwich, Vermont, followed by various state chartered military schools, and finally civilian land grant colleges after the Civil War, which required military training.
Army ROTC Battalion at RIT Wins National MacArthur Award
The RIT Army ROTC cadre was named best battalion in the 2nd Brigade and was awarded the prestigious MacArthur Award named after Gen. Douglas MacArthur and given for exceptional military service. Feb. 9, 2010 — Follow Michelle Cometa on Twitter Follow RITNEWS on Twitter The Army ROTC cadet unit at Rochester Institute of Technology was named a MacArthur Award winner as the top battalion in the 2nd Brigade by the United States Department of the Army. The award, given to one ROTC unit in each of the eight brigades across the country, recognizes outstanding performance by the company in military exercises, academics and ... market research, surveys and trends
Warrior Forge 2010 begins! « OPERATION WARRIOR FORGE
Cadets from across the nation arrive to join 1st and 2nd Regiments at Army ROTC's Leader Development and Assessment Course. JOINT BASE LEWIS-McCHORD, Washington — The U.S. Army Cadet Command’s 2010 Leader Development and Assessment Course, also known as Operation Warrior Forge, kicks off here today with the arrival of more than 900 Cadets. In all, more than 6,400 Army Cadets will attend LDAC this summer, the largest number since the course’s inception. Warrior Forge is an Army-directed requirement for Cadet development and assessment, and is the single point of common training and evaluation within the ... market research, surveys and trends


Army ROTC at Kent State
Questions regarding scholarships, enrollment, and how to join Army ROTC should be directed to LTC Joe Paydock at 330-672-8209 or Students whose career goals require leadership of managerial skills, those with an interest in national defense structure and those who wish to explore the benefits of the Army are encouraged to enroll in the introductory lower-division military science courses.  These courses can be applied as elective credit towards graduation.  Participation in these classes is voluntary and requires no military commitment.  Army ROTC is the one program at Kent State University which ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
The George C. Marshall ROTC Award Seminar
In November 1976, then Chief of Staff of the United States Army, General Bernard Rogers and Marshall Foundation lifetime trustee retired General Maxwell Taylor agreed to "the establishment of an annual George C. Marshall Award for outstanding members of the Army ROTC." Since that time, the Marshall Foundation, in partnership with the United States Army, has brought close to 9,500 outstanding college seniors to the Foundation in Lexington, Virginia to receive the Marshall ROTC Award and participate in the Marshall Seminar on the National Security of the United States.  Cadets are selected by the cadre of their college or ... industry trends, business articles and survey research


BGSU Army rotc and alumni news
This Fall marks the 60th Anniversary of the beginning of the Army ROTC program at ... to being your host at this event and welcome current cadets, cadre and .... He has attended the US Army Command and General Staff College, Airborne ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Internships - ROTC Day
Colonel John W. Lathrop was born on October 17th, 1963 in Bakersfield, California.  He attended Bakersfield public schools and graduated from South High School in June 1982.  He is a 1986 graduate of the University of California, Riverside with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Public Service and Political Science.  Upon graduation he was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the United States Army Reserve.  Colonel Lathrop additionally graduated from the University of Redlands with a Masters of Arts Degree in Management.  During his military career Colonel Lathrop served for twenty-one months on the ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
BGSU Army ROTC: Cadre Page
Airborne (1991), Field Artillery Officers Basic Course (1991), Field Artillery Officers Advanced Course (1995), Command and Generals Staff Officers Course (2003) Civilian Education: BS from United States Military Academy (1991), MA from Webster University (2003) Awards and Decorations: Bronze Star, MSM w/OLC, Arcom w/OLC, Army Superior Unit Award, National Defense Service Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Iraqi Campaign Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism E xpeditionary Medal, Korean Defense Service Medal, Armed Forces Service M edal, Humanitarian Service Medal, ...
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Army ROTC specialty schools (Airborne, Air Assault, etc.) and ...
I'm currently an ROTC Cadet and would really love to go to both Airborne and Air Assault schools if I could while I go through the ROTC program. I was just wondering if selection for attending these schools is based at all on your major or what branch you are intending on going to? My branch selection will most likely be the Medical Corps as I'm going to be majoring in Pharmacy. Also, I have a question on AMEDD. Does anybody know as a Cadet what you do for the ROTC program while in AMEDD? I've been told I will do the standard 4 year ROTC program and after those 4 years, I will still have 2 years of ...
Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets at AllExperts
The Corps of Cadets has existed from the founding the Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College in 1872 to the present Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, which is referred since the 1970s as Virginia Tech. Cadets live together in dormitories, march to meals in formation, wear a distinctive uniform on campus, and receive an intensive military and leadership educational experience similar to that available at the United States military academies . While not mandatory for membership in the Corps, many members of the Cadet Corps also participate in the Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) and become ...