Can you be 13 to enter the army rotc?
You can enter Army Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (JROTC), provided you are least in the 9th grade. ROTC for any branch of service is a collegiate level course.
Most colleges will offer an army ROTC if the applicant is one that they particularly wish to have enter their college It is worth asking when applying to the college.
The Chapel Hill campus has Army, Navy, and Air Force ROTC. The Charlotte campus has Army and Air Force ROTC. The Pembroke campus has Army ROTC. Don't know about Greensboro, though.
no only army ROTC
I have been wondering the same question as you. "What college is the army ROTC the best at" I have found out that the military doesn't rank college ROTC programs anymore but private companies do. So my suggestion is go to a book store and look for a book on the army ROTC and which colleges it is best at.
Army ROTC - Reserve Officer Training Corps, is a college program in which while pursuing a bachelors degree you also train to be an Army officer; there are many online resources which let you look into this program; it is offered at many colleges across the USA ; there are many ROTC scholarships available in exchange for promised service in the US Army. there are also equivalents of this for other branches of the military… Read More
University of Mississippi does have Army, Air Force and Navy ROTC
Yes, the University of Tampa has Army, AF, and Navy ROTC programs.
ROTC is not in itself a minor. However, you can minor in whatever the main field of your ROTC branch is. For example: if you complete the full curriculum for Army ROTC, you can be eligible for a Military Science Minor, or Aerospace Studies Minor with Air Force ROTC.
You are a contracted but non-scholarship smp cadet in army rotc if you quit rotc what happens to you?
i don't know about the non-scholarship part, but if u are in smp you have signed a Contract with the Guard or Reserves, not ROTC. This means if you quit or get kicked out of ROTC you still have an obligation to the army, and from what i understand you will be demoted to privet and will go to basic like everyone else.
ROTC is the Reserved Officer Training Corps, and yes. The army does have an ROTC. They are based at Universities and go hand in hand with the college education. It's not the only way of achieving officership. There are two other ways and they are OCS (Officer Canidacy School) and Direct Comission.
Army ROTC college scholarships provide up to $5000 annually for living expenses, most books & fees and full tuition or room & board
Yes, it does. MSU offers Army ROTC. You can find information about it in the related links below.
No, it is not a major. You major in another subject and take one course a semester for ROTC.
Baylor University currently has one of the longest running Air Force ROTC programs and an Army ROTC program that has been going strong since 2008. Hooah!
The expanded ROTC refers to standardized training of army officers by colleges. ROTC stands for Reserve Officers' Training Corps which is a program that trains commissioned Armed Forces officers.
What is the difference between enlisting with the army vs doing the rotc program and going into the army as an officer?
Irregardless you will need to enlist into the Army, the ROTC program offered through some colleges requires you to be in the Army Reserves prior to applying for the Scholarship, it is your choice on the route you want to go. The biggest difference is that you will receive an active duty pay check and college benefits while serving on Active Duty where with in the ROTC Program you will still need to have at… Read More
Four year degree. ROTC is optional - you can get selected for OCS without having gone through the ROTC Programme.
There are four routes to becoming an officer in the US Army: # Direct commission after graduation from the Military Academy, West Point, NY # The Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) program at many universities and colleges. ROTC is the career path used by military colleges like The Citadel and Virginia Military Institute. (VMI and The Citadel both say the same thing: cadets are required to participate in ROTC training, but unless they are awarded… Read More
Can you finish out ROTC in high school then go to college for a tech degree and then join the army and still be an officer?
No. "ROTC in high school" is JROTC. If you complete enough JROTC you can enlist as E2 or something. That's the only advantage of JROTC. For Army ROTC you must attend and receive a degree from a 4-year university.
The Army, because the Army ROTC was at more colleges than the Navy. Texas A&M's ROTC program commissioned 15,000 officers that served in World War 2, more than any other school, including West Point.
Good question. You need to ask about that.
there are different benefits to all the different branches of ROTC but one thing in common is the 4 year college scholorship that comes with a monthly allowance for you to use as you please. if you search ROTC benefits on a search engine you will see the links to the specific websites of the Navy, AF, and Army ROTC.
ROTC is an abbreviation for the Reserve Officer Training Corps. ROTC is a program in United States colleges and universities that allows students to complete their degrees while training them to be commissioned officers in the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps.
Yes just because you have a child this does not disqualify you
It is possible, yes.
Can I wear my Army ROTC ASU to my friend's wedding My friend asked me if I could wear my ASU to her wedding I cannot find a regulation that prohibits it but I would like professional confirmation?
You can wear an army ROTC ASU to a wedding. I would ask the bride and groom before hand.
None. OCS is a programme solely within the Army for personnel aspiring to become officers, but who did not take the ROTC course. What you'd be looking for are universities with ROTC.
Their band is part of their ROTC Corps of Cadets.
you have to be at least 18 but if your parents sign you can go in at age 17
If you are a graduate of ROTC program during college, you are already a reservist you just did not know it, all you need to do is to reactivate your status into an active reserve. Now, if you are a non-ROTC graduate you can join by enrolling BCMT (Basic Citizen Military Training) course which is an equivalent to ROTC.
It take 4 weeks sometime during the summer months...there are different "Regiments" and ROTC members start at different dates.
unless they have a reason to, no they dont
You must be at least a Freshman in High School to enroll in JROTC.
I am still trying to figure out how many people apply for Army ROTC scholarships, but I do know that only about 2,000 4-year scholarships are given out each year. There are also 3 and 2-year scholarships given out on college campuses, but the number of those varies.
to be an army officer you have to go to college and do ROTC. You can also find a recruiter near you and go through OCS (Officer Candidate School) after finishing college.
i know for the army you have to go through colage Rotc for 4 years and when you graduate you become a 2nd luitenant army officer
Reserve Officer Training Corps It trains officer for duty in the Army. Upon graduation from Army ROTC, you will earn the bar of a Second Lieutenant and be commissioned into the Active Army, Army Reserve or Army National Guard. The other branches have their own types: NROTC is Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps, which provides both Navy and Marine Corps Reserve Officers. AFROTC is Air Force Reserve Officer Training Crops. NJROTC is Naval Junior Reserve… Read More
I am an smp cadet in the Ohio national guard as well as an army rotc program at a university in Ohio if you quit rotc does my current e5 rank go back to what it was before I signed my SMP contract?
Yes, obviously. But do you pay back the stipend?
I'm actually going to LU myself. Yes, but they only have Army and Air Force.
You can, but will likely have a tough time getting in. Each case will be reviewed individually.
Any accredited university in the US. Any accredited ROTC programme is also accepted.
There are more definite and subjective ways to answer this question but ROTC and bootcamp are one word options.
You just joined army ROTC and you want to go into the jag corp Is there anyway to go straight into law school or do you have to commission and go do something else first?
You can apply to be a part of the program to continue on to law school and have the army pay for it. However, the percentage of cadets that are approved for the program is very small compared to the applicants. The cadre for an Army ROTC program will have the most current details for application/admission procedures.
The answer is NO, though more details are needed. First and foremost are you a member of the Simultaneous Membership Program (SMP)? Contracting with ROTC is where you assume the obligation which generally varies based on years "Uncle Same" has paid for your college. Usually the obligations vary based on the time you are required to assume active duty service (though reserve and national guard options exist). The most common is the 4 and 4… Read More
Typically jrotc cadets get their uniform in the first or second week I got mine in the second.
Apply to college ROTC. There used to be two year curriculums and four year courses.
You get several different types of uniforms - PT uniform, dress uniform, ACU uniform, etc.
In the US Army ROTC and JROTC, it's three round silver discs.
Not in today's army. An officer is usually required to complete a college degree. Many go through ROTC or the Academies to obtain their commission.