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There are an abundance of Army Regulations (AR), Pamphlets (PAM), and other publications out there to use as tools and references. The publications found here are what would be pertinent to the ROTC training environment.
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Army.mil published a new web page for all things uniform related. This includes regulations, memorandums, badges, wear out dates, etc.
Once Cadets are contracted they must be issued a Common Access Card (CAC). Click here for the steps to get your CAC issued once you are contracted. This point of contact is for a local Defense Eligibility Enrollment Reporting System (DEERS) site. CACs can be issued at other locations as well.
Cadets take on challenge of Sandhurst competition at historic West Point
West Point, New York (April 14, 2018) -- The hills and ranges surrounding West Point were filled with hundreds of Cadets, making up 64 teams, from across the globe this past weekend as they competed against one another to see who would come out on top during the Sandhurst Military Skills competition.
Cadet Command hosts University of Kansas faculty and administrators
Fort Knox, KY (April 2, 2018) -- A first of its kind event happened last week, March 28-30, at Fort Knox -- U.S. Army Cadet Command hosted a group of faculty and administrators from the University of Kansas to show university leaders firsthand what their students experience during Cadet Summer Training Camp.
Army's Green to Gold Scholarship Program; a dream come true for communications Soldier
CAMP HENRY, Daegu, Korea - When people meet Pfc. Alexis S. Payton, they meet a cheerful and friendly individual. A young woman, full of life and charisma, who was recently named the recipient of the Division Commander's Green to Gold Hip-Pocket Scholarship. However, if one gets to really know her, you will find out that she's had to travel a tough road to get to where she's at.