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What does NJROTC stand for? Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps.
Cadets who complete the four-year program can enlist after high school and enter recruit training at a higher rank (E-3 Private First Class instead of an E-1 Private). While JROTC is not a military-preparation program, it does have some military overtones.
There are a total of 3,275 units: 1,600 Army AJROTC units. 794 Air Force AFJROTC units. 619 Navy NJROTC units.
NJROTC provides the opportunity for secondary school students to learn the basic elements and need for national security and their personal obligations as Americans. The program enhances the image of the military in the eyes of the community by providing a chance for success to the nation's youth.
Serving all of Loudoun County, the NJROTC unit currently has about 200 students enrolled, including approximately 90 students who have transferred from other high schools within the county in order to be a part of the program.
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There are a total of 3,275 units: 1,600 Army AJROTC units. 794 Air Force AFJROTC units. 619 Navy NJROTC units.
There are approximately 870 AFJROTC units with more than 125,000 cadets in high schools across the United States and selected Department of Defense Dependent Schools in Europe, the Pacific, Puerto Rico and Guam. AFJROTC provides citizenship training and an aerospace science program for high school students.
Today, there are over 600 NJROTC units in high schools throughout the United States and overseas.
MGDGeo CDR Matthew Jordan (Ret) Ms. Lindsay GouldNJROTC Area Manager, Area 3 Naval Service Training Command 2601A Paul Jones St Bldg 520 Great Lakes, IL 60088-2845CDR Michael Mullen (Ret) Ms. Kim BrownNJROTC Area Manager, Area 8 5510 CBC 8th Street Bldg. 343 Gulfport, MS 39501-50039 more rows
The JROTC program was the brainchild of Army inspector LT Edgar R. Stevens, who in 1911 chose to begin teaching high school students the values and discipline of a military life in the hope of molding these students into better citizens.

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