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Army ROTC

College of Education and Professional Studies

Cadet Training

Graduation Training Requirements and

Additional Training Opportunities

Basic Camp 

Basic Camp is a 31-day training event designed to introduce Cadets to the Army. The objective is to develop Cadet leadership skills and train them on individual and junior leader tasks to develop and reinforce Warrior Ethos and our Army Values. Basic Camp provides the critical thinking skills necessary to succeed in ROTC, and, ultimately, the Army. Basic Camp Cadets graduate the course prepared to lead at the team (3-4 Cadets) and squad (9-13 Cadets) level.

Basic Camp allows students who have not satisfied the learning requirements taught in the 100 and 200 level courses to satisfy those requirements. For mor information on Basic Camp, see the link below.

https://www.cadetcommand.army.mil/basic.aspx

Advanced Camp

The ROTC Advanced Camp is a critical training event for an Army ROTC cadet. It is the second of two required summer training events to complete Army ROTC.  The 33-day training event incorporates a wide range of subjects designed to develop leadership ability. The challenges are rigorous and demanding, both mentally and physically. Advanced tests intelligence, common sense, ingenuity and stamina. These challenges provide a new perspective on an individual's ability to perform exacting tasks and to make difficult decisions in demanding situations.

https://www.cadetcommand.army.mil/advanced.aspx

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Airborne School

If jumping out of a perfectly good airplane sounds like fun, then Airborne School may be of interest to you. Earn the wings of a U.S. Army Paratrooper at this three week school located in beautiful Fort Benning, Georgia. Airborne School is offered to qualified cadets during the summer of their freshman, sophomore, and junior years. AIRBORNE!!!

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Air Assualt School

Learn how to establish helicopter landing zones, prepare sling loads for Air Assault operations, and learn how to rappel from a helicopter at this two week course. Qualified cadets can attend any one of the schools located in Schofield Barracks, HI, Fort Drum, NY, Fort Polk, LA, or Fort Campbell, KY.

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Mountain Warfare School

After completing this 14 day long course, cadets earn the title of Military Mountaineer. Training lasts 14 hrs each day for the entire course and cadets learn how to effectively perform small unit tactics in a mountainous terrain and is taught by some of the top Mountaineer’s in the world.

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Northern Warfare School

Battle cold and conquer mountains at the Northern Warfare Training Center, Fort Wainright, Alaska. Learn basic Mountaineering in one of the most visually appealing places on earth.

 

 

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