What is the differences about reserve officer training corp and citizens army training?
Citizen's Army Training is made for the students to be taught how to be more responsible and disciplined. This CAT training was implemented to be taught in highschool to mak…e the students ready to fight for the country whenever there are invaders.
it is important to have an army training in order, to be responsible, logistics , and welling to save and serve the state or country you were.
Just Rest On The Couch
Well... I know for a fact that Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps programs are found only in HIGH SCHOOLS. Also, the term is usually shortened toJROTC. Now, ROTC units are… found in colleges, and they can lead to a commission in the military as an officer. JROTC membership has no military obligation. As far as your question goes, I do not know all, but North Georgia and Columbus State have good Army programs, but those are the only two I know of. My advice would be to visit the site of your preferred service and there should be a link to find college units. Sorry I couldn't give a list, but I had to point out the high school/college distinction.. Source: 3 years in Navy JROTC, c/LT-Executive Officer. Also researching for my own college future and helping my friend apply for Army and Navy units and scholarships.
The napoleon army was trained in Briton and trained by push ups and running until they were fit and strong.
Often, it is offered as an elective at large high schools near navy reserve centers. You can sign up with the rest of your high school classes. Sometimes it is during school, …and other times it is after school. You may have to go to a different high school campus within your district by buss for NJROTC. Sometimes, the class qualifies as a P.E. or occupational elective credit.
Peter Mohawk Parker NEW RESPONDENT General Friedrich Baron von Steuben.
You're comparing apples and oranges, as the roles and functions of the two are very different. All in all, you would likely find that the amount of time spent in training woul…dn't be much different, but the type of training would differ greatly between the two.
No, although they do offer voluntary Summer camps.
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This is the best thing to do. 4 years of college, dont go all the way through enlistment go to ocs (officer candidate school) go through basic training bam officer. Theres mor…e details here and there but thats basically it.
In US Marine Corps
Nothing for you. Military training is free. You just volunteer. You don't pay anything.
In US Army
they attend the same BCT that the rest of the Army does
It depends on the person.
In US Army
You can split it into two parts, BCT and AIT, it's for reserve components only
In Colleges and Universities
Queen's University Officers' Training Corps was created in 1908.