My School Wants JROTC -
Read more about ive been trying to get my highschool to start the JROTC program but they won't do it, do u guys know anyother way to do JROTC or should i just do young marines? oh yeah,
|September 1st, 2004||#2|
If you can't find a JROTC unit near you than join the Young Marines or the Sea cadets. Keep in mind though that they do not promote cadets to officer ranks.
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|September 1st, 2004||#6|
You want to start a JROTC program in your school? who did you talk to about it, i suggest first talking with the school board then going down to the nearest base or maybe even a recruiting station.
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|September 1st, 2004||#7|
Re: JROTC info
Already tried, this it's way too hard so I ended up joining Sea Cadets, it awesome, and we train a lot harder than the civil air patrol.
So Sea Cadets is a good idea.
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|November 2nd, 2004||#10|
Aye, Sea Cadets or CAP are a lot easier than getting an ROTC. Go Sea Cadet or CAP. Find which is closer and do it.
By the way, I agree. Young Marines kind of stinks. It's sorta boring.
(You could also check out the Seabees if you enjoy sailing a lot.)
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