Does Tokay high have a ROTC program?
You have to be a freshman in university. If you're referring to the Junior ROTC programme, you have to be a freshman in high school. Read More
Junior Reserved Officer Training Corps= JROTC is a high school program Reserved Officer Training Corps= ROTC is a college program both program helps with discipline Read More
Embry-Riddle has ROTC for all 3 branches Read More
Yes, the University of Tampa has Army, AF, and Navy ROTC programs. Read More
University of Mississippi does have Army, Air Force and Navy ROTC Read More
no you have to get them cut off Read More
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. Read More
Yes! Palm Springs High School (California) has a Junior ROTC program. The program was established in 1994. As of 2010 there were over 100 cadets enrolled in the program. The AIR FORCE Junior ROTC program at Palm Springs High School (California) earned the Outstanding Unit Award in 2010 and the Distinguished Unit Award with Merit in 2011. The Aerospace Science Instructor (ASI) earned the Outstanding Instructor Award in 2011. The Senior Aerospace Science Instructor (SASI)… Read More
No, it is not a major. You major in another subject and take one course a semester for ROTC. Read More
The National Service Training Program (NSTP) came after mandatory ROTC in the Philippines ended. Read More
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. Read More
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! Read More
If you are a cadet in an rotc program and join a military branch different than the one you were in rotc. does that affect what rank you start as after finishing college?
no you will always (out of rotc) start in any branch as a 2nd lieutenant Read More
The difference between NSTP and ROTC is that ROTC is designed to provide military training to tertiary level students. NSTP is program aimed at enhancing civic consciousness and defense preparedness in the youth. Read More
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
Palm Springs High School (California) has an AIR FORCE Junior ROTC program. The unit was established in 1994 as AFJROTC Unit CA-943. As of 2010 there were over 100 cadets enrolled in the program. The AIR FORCE Junior ROTC program at Palm Springs High School (California) earned the Outstanding Unit Award in 2010 and the Distinguished Unit Award with Merit in 2011. The Aerospace Science Instructor (ASI) earned the Outstanding Instructor Award in 2011. The… Read More
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. Read More
Yes. JROTC is in high school, ROTC is in college. Technically, you do not have to take JROTC at all to take ROTC. Generally, people who take ROTC in college are joining the military afterwards. The same in not necessarily true for JROTC. Read More
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. Read More
The ROTC is a component of the National Service Training Program in the Philippines. It stands for Reserve Officers' Training Corps, and its primary purpose is to provide students with military training. Read More
Tokay is not the name of a state in any country. Tokay is a gecko in Asia. Read More
yes and it is called JROTC - junior reserve officer training corps - some highschools offer it, if your high school doesnt you can get permission from the appropriate people like your county admission office and either transfer or participate in the program at a school that does Read More
No. It is strictly an engineering and business school. Read More
You can join JROTC. Read More
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. 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. Read More
You can start as a freshman in high school. Read More
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
Yes, but you must attend a high school that has an NJROTC unit. Read More
You must be at least a Freshman in High School to enroll in JROTC. Read More
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. Read More
You can join your Freshman year of high school. Read More
ROTC for good credit Read More
Do you have to go through college NROTC to become on officer in the US Marine Corps or is high school NROTC enough?
In order to become a Marine Corps Officer you have to go through the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps program in college, go through OCS after College, or go to the Naval Academy. All Marine Corps Officers are college graduates. You can enlist after high school but the program in high school is not strictly military training, it is only military affiliated. In fact ROTC in High School may not help you very much in… Read More
Yes, there is a Marine Junior ROTC class in Peoria, Arizona. Several high schools offer various versions of the subject. Read More