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The Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) is a training program of the United States armed forces present on college campuses to recruit and educate commissioned officers. It is designed as a college elective, and studies focus on leadership development, problem solving, strategic planning, and professional ethics.

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ROTC produces 60 percent of all officers in the U.S. armed forces, and 75 percent of U.S. Army officers.
General Colin Powell, ROTC commissionee at the City University of New York, served as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff during Operation Desert Storm and later as Secretary of State from 2001 - 2005.
The college ROTC program to produce the most 4-star Army generals is North Carolina State University, second only to the United States Military Academy in the number of 4-star generals produced.
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For instance, an ROTC cadet might be found leading classmates through adventure training, or down a river in a raft or up a mountain wall.
ROTC awards them to students studying science, engineering, business, as well as a variety of other majors.
At some schools an ROTC scholarship is worth up to $60,000, which goes towards tuition and educational which goes towards tuition and educational fees.
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