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Fri Mar 21 17:04:57 2014 UTClccn-n800135430.08Reserve Officers Training Corps : campus pathways to service commissions /0.620.93Army ROTC scholarships144240105n 80013543396019A.F.R.O.T.C.AFROTCAir University (U.S.) Air Force ROTCR.O.T.C.Reserve Officers' Training CorpsReserve Officers' Training Corps (U.S.)Reserve Officers' Training Corps United States, Air ForceReserve Officers' Training Corps United States, ArmyROTCROTC AbkuerzungUnited States Air Force R.O.T.C.United States Air Force Reserve Officers' Training CorpsUnited States Air Force Reserve Officers'Training CorpsUnited States Air Force ROTCUnited States. Department of the Army. Reserve Officers' Training CorpsUnited States. Reserve Officers' Training CorpsUnited States ROTCUSA Department of the Army Reserve Officers' Training CorpsUSA Heer Reserve Officers' Training Corps Ehemalige Vorzugsbenennung SWDUnited States. ArmycontainsVIAFID/144244982United States. Army. Officers' Reserve CorpsUnited States. Department of the Armylccn-n79071257United StatesDepartment of the Armylccn-n79063202United StatesArmylccn-n98058134Goldman, Charles A.1964-lccn-n93002955Arroyo Centerlccn-n96016318United StatesArmyCadet Commandlccn-n91006423Mattock, Michael G.1961-lccn-n81025917United StatesAir Force ROTClccn-n85218743United StatesNaval Reserve Officers Training Corpslccn-n2005057345Pearson Custom Publishinglccn-n85022679United StatesArmy Pictorial CenterUnited StatesArmyReserve Officers' Training CorpsHandbooks, manuals, etcUnited States.--Army.--Reserve Officers' Training CorpsMilitary educationUnited StatesUnited States.--ArmyCollege students--Scholarships, fellowships, etcLeadershipArmed Forces--Officers--Training ofCollege students--RecruitingSoldiers--Education, Non-militaryCommand of troopsMilitary nursingNursesUniversity of Dayton.--Army ROTCOhio--DaytonOhio--KentKent State University.--Army ROTCMilitary lawAlabama--TuscaloosaUniversity of Alabama.--Army ROTCRetired military personnel--EmploymentAuburn University.--Army ROTCIndiana--BloomingtonUniversity of Notre Dame.--Army ROTCIndiana University.--Army ROTCIndiana--Notre DameAlabama--AuburnPurdue University.--Army ROTCIndiana--West LafayetteOhio--AthensOhio University.--Army ROTCEducation, HumanisticSoldiers--Education (Higher)Civil-military relationsUniversity of Missouri--Rolla.--Army ROTCMissouri--RollaIllinois--ChicagoJackson State University.--Army ROTCMississippi--JacksonArmed Forces--ReservesEastern Kentucky University.--Army ROTCKentucky--RichmondTennessee--MurfreesboroMiddle Tennessee State University.--Army ROTCWestern Kentucky University.--Army ROTCKentucky--Bowling GreenLouisiana--LafayetteUniversity of Southwestern Louisiana.--Army ROTCOlivet Nazarene University.--Army ROTCIllinois--KankakeeTruman State University.--Army ROTC18861903190819131915191619171918191919201921192219231924192519261927192819291930193119321933193419351936193719381939194019411942194319441945194619471948194919501951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220133398815012043UB2121561ocn072571833book20060.70Foundations of leadership : MSL IIHandbooks, manuals, etc1361ocn072570448book20050.70Tactical leadership : MSL 301Handbooks, manuals, etcHealth and social indicators of Thailand1271ocn080015626book20060.70Applied leadership : MSL 302Handbooks, manuals, etc783ocn009270287book19810.90Group dynamics of leadership671ocn020740468book19890.86Adult medical surgical nursing601ocn020740283book19890.88Preventive medicine nursing591ocn020742848book19890.92Pediatric nursing581ocn020743049book19890.90OB/GYN nursing571ocn020742993book19890.92Operating room nursing561ocn005044822book19780.93Army ROTC561ocn012496110book19850.86Army ROTC at Prairie View A & M University551ocn020742722book19890.93Anesthesia nursing551ocn020742926book19890.92Critical care nursing532ocn011780114book19840.93Instructor's guide for introduction to leadership development : a course outline : leadership development 1Handbooks, manuals, etc522ocn011765927book19840.93Student text for seminar in leadership and management : (reference part two, leadership development 3 : instructor's guide for applied leadership development)Handbooks, manuals, etc521ocn009603596book19830.93Michigan State University, Army R.O.T.C501ocn002517131book19750.93United StatesAmerica's six military junior colleges : a large part of the learning is learning about yourself481ocn012965891book19850.92The Margin of difference461ocn012044224book19840.93Veterans, Army ROTC has a lot going for it : for you it has even more431ocn011766130book19850.93United StatesArmy ROTC scholarships262948ocn035985103book19920.79United StatesArmy ROTC15388ocn044963481file19980.33Staffing Army ROTC at colleges and universities alternatives for reducing the use of active-duty soldiersThe increased tempo and range of military operations, coupled with reduced manning levels, are exerting pressure on the Army to use its active-duty soldiers optimally. Consequently, the Army is seeking opportunities to fill positions now occupied by active-duty soldiers with other personnel. Specifically, a recent Armywide Institutional I TDA Redesign Study called for the design and testing of staffing alternatives for the Senior Reserve Officer Training Corps (SROTC) program using a combination of Active Component, Reserve Component, or former military personnel. In support of this requirement, RAND was asked to develop staffing alternatives and design a test of their effectiveness. This report discusses such alternatives and describes a test design to assess their feasibility for implementation throughout SROTC+-+941297030532415334ocn044964227com19990.33Goldman, Charles AAllocating scholarships for Army ROTCIn the face of rising tuition costs and the increased importance of scholarships to meeting its commission mission, the Army designed a new scholarship program, known as the tiered scholarship program because it offered four different scholarship values (called tiers). Under the new program, enrollments at public colleges increased modestly and the Army controlled the total scholarship cost. But as feared, many fewer of the nation's most academically able students enrolled in ROTC, and the programs at the nation's most prestigious private colleges and universities were facing the prospect of closure. Based on these findings, the authors recommended and the Army implemented a high-value scholarship targeted to some prestigious private colleges. The study also analyzes several complete scholarship programs to replace the tiered scholarships. The analysis supports plans that continue to offer high-value scholarships at some prestigious private schools, while offering lower values at other schools. Although it would entail some significant tradeoffs, the authors have also presented a plan that would offer greater values to in-state students at public schools--a large potential market, especially if tuition increases in the private schools do not abate in the decade ahead. These offers would require congressional approval because the law currently prohibits the use of scholarships for room and board, which constitute the largest portion of these in-state students' expenses to attend college+-+31927588355895ocn042289811book20000.47Neiberg, Michael SMaking citizen-soldiers : ROTC and the ideology of American military service"This book examines the Reserve Officers Training Corps program as a distinctively American expression of the social, cultural, and political meanings of military service." "Most modern military systems educate and train junior officers at insular academies like West Point, but that of the United States has relied extensively on the active cooperation of its civilian colleges. Michael Neiberg argues that the creation of officer education programs on civilian campuses emanates from a traditional American belief (which he traces to the colonial period) in the active participation of civilians in military affairs."--BOOK JACKET+-+77689092155676ocn000275916book19590.63Lyons, Gene MartinEducation and military leadership; a study of the R.O.T.CBogens forfattere undersøger, om kvaliteten af uddannelsen til officer af reserven på USAs højere læreranstalter er god nok til at indgå i det nationale sikkerhedsberedskab, og om uddannelsen kan danne grundlag for en karriere i USAs forsvar på længere sigt42911ocn046652936book19980.76Leadership education and training (LET) 2 : programmed textHandbooks, manuals, etc4091ocn013667018book19860.08Collins, Robert FReserve Officers Training Corps : campus pathways to service commissionsA rundown on the ROTC programs administered on college campuses and of their content and selection processes+-+20415487353846ocn030607342book19930.84University of Dayton : Army ROTC35310ocn046426880book19990.76Leadership education and training (LET) 1 : test bankHandbooks, manuals, etc3449ocn046426891book20010.76Leadership education and training (LET) 4 : programmed text answersHandbooks, manuals, etc3152ocn046567129visu19980.14Major PayneDramaAn unemployed Marine major ends up teaching a junior ROTC program2894ocn054985172book0.66United StatesTo amend Title 10, United States Code, and the Homeland Security Act of 2002 to improve the ability of the Department of Defense to establish and maintain senior Reserve Officer Training Corps units at institutions of higher education, to improve the ability of students to participate in senior ROTC programs, and to ensure that institutions of higher education provide military recruiters entry to campuses and access to students that is at least equal in quality and scope to that provided to any other employer : report of the Committee on Armed Services, House of Representatives, on H.R. 3966, together with additional views2894ocn036544388book19920.79Army ROTC : crimson tide battalion2774ocn034606724book19960.84Kent, Army ROTC2764ocn055008973book20040.63United StatesProviding for consideration of H.R. 3966, ROTC and Military Recruiter Equal Access to Campus Act of 2004 : report (to accompany H. Res. 580)2584ocn029439703book19920.81University of Notre Dame : Army ROTC2584ocn027694939book19920.79IU, Army ROTC2535ocn040325515book19930.81Purdue University : Army ROTC2505ocn036886698book19940.84Ohio University : Army ROTC2476ocn749115620book20120.70Downs, Donald AlexanderArms and the university : military presence and the civic education of non-military students"Alienation between the U.S. military and society has grown in recent decades. Such alienation is unhealthy, as it threatens both sufficient civilian control of the military and the long-standing ideal of the citizen soldier. Nowhere is this issue more predominant than at many major universities, which began turning their backs on the military during the chaotic years of the Vietnam War. Arms and the University probes various dimensions of this alienation, as well recent efforts to restore a closer relationship between the military and the university. Through theoretical and empirical analysis, Donald Alexander Downs and Ilia Murtazashvili show how a military presence on campus in the form of ROTC (including a case study of ROTC,♯s̥ return to Columbia and Harvard universities), military history, and national security studies can enhance the civic and liberal education of non-military students, and in the process help to bridge the civil-military gap"-- Provided by publisher+-+3192758835Fri Mar 21 16:01:42 EDT 2014batch49589