Providence College AROTC
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Providence College in Providence, Rhode Island is home to the Patriot Battalion, an Army Reserve Officer Training Corps unit. The ROTC unit at Providence College was first implemented in 1951. The Patriot Battalion has a long standing history of producing exceptional second lieutenants. Cadets in the Patriot Battalion study military history and customs in addition to their regular classes.
Cadets work hard to meet and exceed Army physical fitness standards. Instructors encourage cadets to develop their leadership skills during laboratories and field training exercises. Students also get to practice their basic infantry skills out in the field. Becoming a commissioned second lieutenant in the U.S. Army is the culmination of each cadet’s hard work. The instructors at Providence College work hard to make sure cadets are prepared for the challenges ahead of them.
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