As the Army Junior ROTC program celebrates its 100 year of being established, cadets and instructors start to realize its purpose and its significant changes. I take a glance into the past and gathered information on historical events contributing to the program. Also acknowledging the program’s difference from today and 100 years ago. These aspects will likely determine the future of the Army Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps.
It was first piloted in 1961 by the Kennedy administration and called The Food Stamp Program. By 1964, the program had expanded to 40 counties in 23 states with 380,000 participants (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP); A Short History of SNAP, 2014). The program was successful and made permanent in 1964. This allowed Congressional control over the program, therefore allowing regulations to take place within the program.
While serving as a YN3, she was ranked #1 at VFA 125 for her outstanding managerial expertise as the Alternate Agency Program Coordinator, TAD and Safety Clerk. She prepared and processed over 300 travel orders and provided government credit card support exceeding 500 personnel. Her attention to detail was instrumental for pilot qualifications were documented properly during 13 phases of instruction and qualification. As FLAG Yeoman at COMUSNAVCENT, she developed and led front office correspondence Standard Operating Procedures, processed over 1500 naval messages and 1250 flag correspondence documents flawlessly. Subsequently, she was ranked #3 E5s across the UIC.
ROTC began with President Wilson signing the National Defense Act of 1916. With over 100 years of JROTC, a great milestone is earned. There have been many improvements economically and socially, with more to come our way. Focusing on the past, present, and future is more than one can hope as many of you can sense. The past was filled with golden history from the first uniform to the most controversial issues.
Griffin’s sources come from primary sources; She mentions this factoid repeatedly throughout that these personal states come from 100+ autobiographies of a great variety of perspectives of this period. Throughout the novel the same paragraph structure is seen repeatedly as it introduces these new ideas and is usually a paragraph or two from a certain selection followed by similar experiences from other authors to reinforce that the certain occurrence wasn’t just one in a million but common among many. The method in which Griffin incorporates is very effective in nature. As she goes through chapter by chapter she brings her stance to center stage. The effectiveness stems from how briefly Griffin touches on the oppositions stance when it came to a variety of topics discussed in the book.
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; therefore, propriety has become a wire connecting people and brought them together. With the perfect combination of humanity and ritual in Vietnam, for more than ten centuries, thousands of ideal men were born and dedicated to their country on many
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Furthermore, he was personally responsible for the weekly status updates that were provided to the NCTS Far East Commanding Officer via Detachment Okinawa Officer-in-Charge. His superb focus on mission support during the very complex and demanding TSCOMM relocation project, enabled his team to remove, relocate and quickly restore 10 critical voice and data circuits to Patrol Reconnaissance Force SEVENTH Fleet, Tactical Operations Center Kadena and deployed VP/VQ squadrons in direct support of Commander, Task Force 72, Commander, Task Group 72.1 and Commander, SEVENTH Fleet missions. Petty Officer Portis ' phenomenal performance made absolute and lasting contributions to NCTS Far East Detachment Okinawa and the overall communications readiness and mission success of the war fighter. Petty Officer Portis is most deserving of the recognition afforded by the awarding of the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement
The Atlanta Police Department and the FBI had formed a surveillance team. On May 22, 1981, the team was situated under the James Jackson Parkway Bridge over the Chattahooche River in northwest Atlanta. Around 2:00 a.m., the surveillance team heard a loud splash and observed an automobile driving slowly off the bridge. The vehicle was stopped, and was Wayne Williams was identified as the driver on the bridge. Two days following the incident on the bridge, the nude body of Nathaniel Cater was pulled from the Chattahoochee River, approximately 1 mile downstream from the James Jackson Parkway Bridge (Deadman, 1984).