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Canes Cadets

By: Lisette Hilton
Date: December 2006
Source: Miami Magazine


Scholarship opportunities lure potential cadets to apply, but it’s not all about the money. Often ROTC students seek leadership training and an opportunity to serve their communities and the nation. Many universities, in fact, have reported a rise in ROTC interest since the 9/11 terrorist attacks, despite the possibility that as officers they might be called for active duty.

“While our cadets must understand there is a very good chance they may go to war at some point in their career, it will not be right after completion of AFROTC,” says Captain Douglas A. Vetrano, United States Air Force assistant professor of aerospace studies at the University of Miami Detachment 155. “There is much more technical and specialized training an individual goes through to prepare for war.”

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