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The Best Leadership Program in America Today
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70 Smith Cotton High School JROTC Cadets
Visit Mizzou Army ROTC Program
2012 "Tiger Battalion" Commissioning Class
Twenty Three Mizzou Army ROTC cadets earn the German Army Proficiency Badge from German Military Liaison SGM Lueck
Medal of Honor Recipient Salvatore Guinta Visits Mizzou Army ROTC
at Crowder Hall, November 8, 2011
World Series MVP David Freeze during Texas-Mizzou Nov 12
Army ROTC (Reserve Officers’ Training Corps) is the best university level leadership course in the country. Army officer training at major universities began with the Morrill Act of 1862 that provided for military instruction at land grant colleges. The official program title of Reserve Officer's Training Corps was created, during the National Defense Act of 1916. The University of Missouri has commissioned thousands of men and women to be officers in the United States Army, Army Reserve and Army National Guard since Major General Richard Johnson commenced an officer training program in 1869.
Are you interested in becoming part of that rich heritage?
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