Reserve Officers Training Corps
- a body of students at some colleges and universities who are given training toward becoming officers in the armed forces. Abbreviation: ROTC, R.O.T.C.
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Contemporary Examples of rotc
After he graduated high school, Stasio enrolled at the University at Buffalo and entered the ROTC program.How the NSA Became a Killing Machine
November 9, 2014
You even went boating once in college with friends from ROTC.Whatever You Do Someone Will Die. A Short Story About Impossible Choices in Iraq
Nathan Bradley Bethea
August 31, 2014
And with that change, I call on all our college campuses to open their doors to our military recruiters and ROTC.Obama's State of the Union Speech Transcript
The Daily Beast
January 26, 2011
When I joined the army as an ROTC cadet, I knew I was probably gay.My Life as a Gay Officer
May 26, 2010
Word Origin and History for rotc
also ROTC, 1916, American English, initialism for Reserve Officers' Training Corps, established as part of the National Defense Act of 1916.