ROTC Special Activities

Discussion in 'ROTC' started by Future Jarhead, Jul 9, 2018.

  1. Future Jarhead

    Future Jarhead Member

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    It is my understanding that many AROTC Units have opportunities to attend courses like Ranger Challenge, Airborne Assault, and other similar courses. Are these bound only to AROTC Candidates or can other ROTC Units send personnel?
     
  2. Jcleppe

    Jcleppe 5-Year Member

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    Ranger Challenge is AROTC Specific, Airborne and Air Assault slots will go to AROTC cadets though they could see members of other branches at Airborne if they go but probably not from other branch's ROTC units.
     
  3. brob

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    My DD is on a CULP (Cultural Understanding and Language Proficiency) mission right now in Peru. Her team does include ROTC cadets from other branches and even some from military academies. Although she is Army, the Lt.Col. in charge and Team Leader are both ADAF.
    CULP is only open to contracted cadets and the applications go in early in the academic year, I believe late September/early October.
     
  4. Tex232

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    AFROTC cadets are also eligible to attend Army training schools. An Air Force Lieutenant I currently work with has an Air Assault Badge that he earned at Fort Drum.
     
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    cb7893 5-Year Member

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    Project Go (Foreign Language Immersion) is open to all