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Summer 2012, South Bend



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	MIL-G 213  BASIC MIL SCI-NOTRE DAME (5 CR)

        ARMY ROTC

               8248      SS1 ARR             ARR    ARR       Staff                         15   15    0
                 THE LEADER'S TRAINING COURSE IS THE ARMY ROTC PROGRAM ENTRY
                 POINT FOR THOSE STUDENTS WITHOUT PRIOR MILITARY OR BASIC
                 COURSE EXPERIENCE.
                 THROUGH THE LEADER'S TRAINING COURSE, STUDENTS CAN EXAMINE
                 THE ARMY WITHOUT INCURRING AN OBLIGATION, AND QUALIFY FOR THE
                 ROTC ADVANCE COURSE ENTRY AND TWO-YEAR SCHOLARSHIPS THAT
                 PROVIDE FOR TUITION, BOOKS, AND FEES FOR ITS RECIPIENTS; AS
                 WELL AS FOR A MONTHLY STIPEND BETWEEN $450 - 500 PER MONTH.
                 THE LEADERS TRAINING COURSE IS A 28 DAY LONG COURSE TAUGHT AT
                 FORT KNOX, KENTUCKY AND INCORPORATES A WIDE RANGE OF SUBJECTS
                 DESIGNED TO DEVELOP/ASSESS LEADERSHIP AND OFFICER  POTENTIAL
                 AND QUALIFY CADETS FOR PROGRESSING INTO THE ADVANCED COURSE.
                 THE CHALLENGES ARE RIGOROUS AND DEMANDING, BOTH MENTALLY AND
                 PHYSICALLY, AND WILL TEST INTELLIGENCE, COMMON SENSE,
                 INGENUITY, AND STAMINA.  THESE CHALLENGES PROVIDE A NEW
                 PERSPECTIVE ON AN INDIVIDUAL'S ABILITY TO PERFORM CHALLENGING
                 TASKS AND TO MAKE SOUND DECISIONS IN DEMANDING SITUATIONS.
                 WHILE AT THE COURSE, THE STUDENT IS TRAINED, FED AND HOUSED
                 AT THE EXPENSE OF THE GOVERNMENT.  IN ADDITION, THE STUDENT
                 RECEIVES A SALARY DURING THE FOUR WEEK PROGRAM.
                 FOR MORE DETAILS, CONTACT THE RECRUITING OPERATIONS OFFICER
                 AT (574)631-6896 OR AT 1-800-UND-ARMY FOR MORE INFORMATION.


 
        

 

 

 


 

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