Folder JROTC


pdf Army Cadet Command Regulation 145-2 7-2007 Popular

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JROTC Organization, Administration, Operation, Training and Support

pdf Army JROTC Instructor Certification Packet 5-2005 Popular

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pdf DoD Instruction 2-2006 Popular

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Addresses policy and procedures for administering the JROTC program.

pdf Marine Corps JROTC Cadet Handbook Popular

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pdf Marine Corps JROTC Instructor Handbook Popular

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Very revealing text: Advises on selling the program to other school staff, kicking out bad apples, not going on strike, etc. This book was in use as of 7-2007.

pdf Navy JROTC governing regulations Popular

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pdf Policy Memorandum 50 - U.S. Army Recruiting Command (USAREC) Partnership Initiatives Popular

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Memo from U.S. Army Cadet Command ordering JROTC teachers to help the military recruit students into the Army. Can be used to rebut claims that JROTC is not a recruiting program.
NOTE: Project YANO has received copy of a memorandum, dated Oct. 6, 2008,  rescinding Policy Memorandum #50. It is signed by Maj. Gen. W. Montague Winfield, Commander of the U.S. Army Cadet Command. It is important to note that for years prior to the issuance of Memorandum #50, and during the nine years it was in effect, proponents of JROTC continuously claimed it was not a recruiting program. Memorandum #50 was not, in fact, the only proof of JROTC's recruiting function. For example, DoD officials have repeatedly boasted of its success as a recruiting tool in testimony given to Congress. The rescission of Memorandum #50 does not change the reality that JROTC truly is a military recruiting program.

Counter-recruitment and the Campaign to Demilitarize Public Schools

Scott Harding and Seth Kershner are the authors of a new book, Counter-recruitment and the Campaign to Demilitarize Public Schools (Palgrave Macmillan). Drawing on dozens of interviews with activists conducted between 2012 and 2014, their book describes the various tactics used to demilitarize public schools in the United States.  They also discuss case studies of successful organizing and advocacy to challenge the presence of military programs in educational settings. For more info, visit:



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