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Cadets of 2nd Platoon form up in the motor pool of the Lubbock National Guard Armory upon completion of the Spring Field Training Exercise (FTX). Cadets returned here after the weekend's training activties at Fort Sill, OK.

FTX Platoon Formation

Cadets of 2nd Platoon form up in the motor pool of the Lubbock National Guard Armory upon completion of the Spring Field Training Exercise (FTX). Cadets returned here after the weekend's training activties at Fort Sill, OK.

The Department of Military Science (Army ROTC) at Texas Tech offers studentsan opportunity to pursue a 2, 3, or 4-year program of instruction that willlead to an officer’s commission in the US Army upon graduation.  Studentsmay do this in conjunction with earning any bachelor’s degree offered at TexasTech.  The Army ROTC curriculum provides all leadership and militaryskills training necessary to meet commissioning requirements.  Thisprogram requires a total of 18 credit hours in courses intended to developfuture leaders for America’s Regular Army, Army Reserve, and NationalGuard.  All graduates of our program go on to serve in either the activeor reserve components in one of many career branches.

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