Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by MaritimeGirl11, May 18, 2007.
Do any military schools require Cadets to do summer reading?
Midshipmen and cadets have required summer training that may include reading assignments.
Not for Norwich, no.
Only "Running Lights" for CGA
Are you sure Boss, b/c I know my friend told me that she does have summer reading assignment for over the short summer...
I was kidding a bit...some courses do have reading assignments but not all.
I know for KSU in general we are required to Read "The Namesake", and for ROTC we are required to choose a book by a Former Officer and write a detailed report of it.
Well I just found out from Fuji that MMA doesn't have any required reading!
None for USAFA, except contrails before 4 dig year. to be expected I suppose!
Although this is not manditory at the Academy, this is a fairly new program intended to improve leardership characteristics within the fleet. It's a great source for reading lists for civilians also. The collections are broken down into five catagories:
Junior Enlisted Collection
Leading Petty Officer Collection
Division Leader Collection
Department/Command Leader Collection, and
Senior Leader's Collection
Within each collection, it's broken down into the following categories containing two books each:
Joint & Combined Warfare
Management and Strategic Planning
Naval and Military Heritage
Regional and Cultural Awareness
the web site for this is:
Good source for vacation reading at the shore!
Neat! My moms making me do summer reading. that includes the memorizing stuff I have to do like the mission of the Academy ect...
U. S. Army Reading List
Lesya, your mother is wise and you are wiser because you listen!
Here is the link for the Army's recommended reading:
Haha yep your right. The only thing im reading at the moment is my Year Book! We just got them! LOL!
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