As members of the Army Reserve Officers Training Corps,
students combine their regular academic activities with a military
course of instruction.
ROTC's aim is to develop officers in sufficient quantity to
provide a corps of well-educated, well-rounded leaders. Such
leaders must be capable of adjusting to an Army organization
that would have to expand with lightning speed in event of a
With this end in mind, the Army ROTC is designed to develop
the qualities of leadership in college-trained men.
Until his graduation an ROTC student receives the training
necessary to equip him for command responsibilities in the active
Army or Army Reserve.
The leadership training acquired in Army Officers' Training
will closely correspond to the executive ability called for by
employment personnel in civilian life.
This training offers students an understanding of human behavior, together with proven methods for motivating employees,
indoctrination in the techniques of leadership and in the practices and devices which tend to make a leader effective and last,
it offers students an opportunity to apply the principles of leadership to everyday problems.
COLORS HELD HIGH and boots gleaming, members of the ROTC Color
Guard stand at attention during the annual Final Review.
COMPANY B First Row: Ristau, Arnim, Becker, Company CO; Boykin,
Ayles. Second Row: Leonard, O'Keefe, Fritsche, Barnette, Kottwitz, Gluck-
man, Russi, Hillis, Boyd, Barrow, Sanchez, Luna. Third Row: Weatherspoon,
Angst, Hickman, Barnes, Averitte, Mattingly, Haisler, Allen, Gale, Harr.o,
Godkin. Fourth Row: Kaylor, Valdiek, Hazen, Krpec, Osborne, Sherohman,
Folloder, Kumin, Hewitt, Yaw.
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