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JROTC Project

Dennis Mack

on 13 March 2013

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Transcript of J.R.O.T.C.

By: Jayla McNair, Nicholas Whitman, Bradley Foster, Jay Staten, Dennis Mack J.R.O.T.C. The Beginning JROTC Program as a Whole Today JROTC at Corinth Holders Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps Ideas to Change the Pirate Battalion What is JROTC to us National Defense Act of 1916 Provisions that Related to JROTC Creation: Authorized the loaning of Federal Military equipment to High Schools
Allowed the assigning of active duty Military personnel to be used as instructors Vitalization Act Provisions Relating to JROTC: Opened the option of JROTC to other branches of the Military
Replaced most active duty instructors with retirees from the Military Original Purpose of J.R.O.T.C. To instill: The value of citizenship
A sense of service to the United States of America
The value of personal responsibility
A sense of accomplishment Statistics About 3,000 schools
Estimated 250,000 Cadets Nationally during course
About 4,000 Retiree Instructors Reason Start End Service to School Sports Events: Every Day: Color Guard
Concession Stand
Assist the Students that attend at CHHS Flag Detail Mission The Mission Today Community Service
Teaching Cadets
Moving Forward
Keep Cadets in Check
The Real World Further than the Classroom Field Trips
JCLC (JROTC Cadet Leadership Challenge) Discipline and Organization Self Esteem Change and the New Communication Cadet Status Local Activities
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