Summer 2012 NROTC Cortramid Dates

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  1. FlyingIrish1992

    FlyingIrish1992 Member

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    Does anyone know the dates for Cortramid East and/or West for summer 2012? Are there multiple phases for East and West? I can't find the dates online, and I'm trying to find research opportunities that won't conflict, or at least won't have much overlap. Thanks!
     
  2. MorganC

    MorganC Prospective

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    You could always ask the NROTC staff at your school...
     
  3. marciemi

    marciemi USMA Alumnus

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    My son said their battalion told them that it was approximately either all of June or all of July, both for East or West but that they wouldn't have the exact dates any time soon - they were told to submit what they wanted (month, E/W) but also told of course they weren't guaranteed.
     
  4. larry2013

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    I can only offer our experience
    You should ask your unit - our experience for the first summer training - 3rd class summer (VMI unit) was that it was exact, based on your hometown you ether went to east or west coast. My son's unit had acted like it was NOT up to MIDN which place - could receive opt out IF MIDN had conflict(like summer school) for the 1 session.
    About this time - early 2nd semester -my son's unit contact was able to tell us general info - when my son told me I got the sense that the weeks were same general timeframe each summer, of course duration and overview were set. - 4 weeks, 1 in each subgroup - subs, avaition, surface, and marines - for all MIDN regardless if Marine or Navy scholarship
    Our summer was:
    For the east coast it was end of may to end of june, the 4 weeks MIDN were moved to other locations (for subs and marine). West Coast met in San Diego.
    My son came to see that all the MIDN from his unit (school) were together as were each of the other college units. There were USNA guys there too, they were in seperate unit.
    That was our experience, 2 summers ago.
    YOUR UNIT MAY BE ONLY reliable source.
    larrys mom
     

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