ROTC centennial anniversary symposium begins April 21 at Norwich

This photo from the Norwich University archives shows army cadets at commencement ceremonies in 1918. ROTC was founded at Norwich University 100 years ago, a remarkable legacy for this private military school  in the hills of northern Vermont. A three day commemoration and symposium on the impact of ROTC will be held beginning Thursday April 21 with a proclamation in the Vermont State House, and a keynote speech by General Mark Milley, chief of staff of the US Army. The Guidon will publish a special commemorative issue to mark the occasion and report on it.

This photo from the Norwich University archives shows army cadets at commencement ceremonies in 1918. ROTC was founded at Norwich University 100 years ago, a remarkable legacy for this private military school in the hills of northern Vermont. A three day commemoration and symposium on the impact of ROTC will be held beginning Thursday April 21 with a proclamation in the Vermont State House and a keynote speech by General Mark Milley, chief of staff of the US Army. The Guidon will publish a special commemorative issue to mark the occasion and report on it.

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