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  • ROTC programs with fewer officers face cutbacks

    Nearly a third of Reserve Officers Training Corps units at Texas colleges are no longer producing enough officers and are facing federal scrutiny that could lead to cutbacks.

  • Capt. Tom Hudner Jr., USN (Ret.), a Medal of Honor recipient (left), and Capt. Paul E. Mawn, USN (Ret.), chairman of the Advocates for Harvard ROTC (right), are in the Harvard Yard at the June 3 ROTC commissioning ceremony. (Photograph provided by the Advocates for Harvard ROTC/Special to The Washington Times).

    EDITORIAL: Free men in uniform

    Hundreds of thousands of young men and women graduate from colleges and universities across the land this spring, and a small contingent of them put aside "the college joys" to take up the uniform of their country, many of them as part of the Reserve Officers Training Corps - ROTC, or "Rot-C," as it's called on many campuses.

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