Did you know the Illinois State University Department of Military Science has as assigned Librarian? Our Librarian, Grace Allbaugh, is here to assist with all things Military Science related.
Once Cadets are contracted they must be issued a Common Access Card (CAC). Please see 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.
The Academic Worksheet Plan (CC Form 104R) must be updated each semester with these minimum requirements.
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For more information about what Army ROTC offers, please visit Cadet Command's website.
Army.mil published a new web page for all things uniform related. This includes regulations, memorandums, badges, wear out dates, etc.
Accelerating multi-domain operations: Evolution of an idea
Multi-Domain Battle has a clear origin. Stemming from the idea that disruptive technologies will change the character of warfare, it recognizes that the way armies will fight and win wars will also change. It also reflects the desire to replicate the success of AirLand Battle, which is arguably the most significant case of developing a concept and then materializing capabilities across the DOTMLPF spectrum (Doctrine, Organization, Training, Material, Leadership Education, Personnel, and Facilities). Origin stories establish the foundation from which lasting ideas emerge. However, for ideas to have a lasting impact they must evolve.
Army ROTC Cadets at KACH participate in NSTP
Three Reserve Officer Training Corps Cadets participate in the Nurse Summer Training Program (NSTP) at Keller Army Community Hospital.
ATEC hosts cadets in cadet intern program
ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. - The U.S. Army Test and Evaluation Command, or ATEC, partnered with the U.S. Army Cadet Command to support the ongoing Cadet Internship Program, or CIP, by offering test and evaluation approved projects to cadets related to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, or STEM, and administrative/office support for four to eight week rotations during the summer.