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ROTC, the

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishROTC, thethe ROTCROTC, the /ˈrɒtsi $ ˈrɑːt-/ 🔊 🔊 (the Reserve Officer Training Corps) a programme run by the US army to train college students in military leadership. If a student joins the programme, the army often agrees to pay for the student's education, in return for two to four years of military service after finishing university. Some students see the ROTC as a way of getting a university education at low cost.
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