Virginia Military Institute
Functioning within a group, either as a leader or as a team member, is a skill Army ROTC hones. Cadets work with each other and with their NCO and Officer Cadre during nearly all aspects of their training and development.

Marshall-New Market Battalion

Functioning within a group, either as a leader or as a team member, is a skill Army ROTC hones. Cadets work with each other and with their NCO and Officer Cadre during nearly all aspects of their training and development.

<p>The mission of Army ROTC is to commission the future officer leadership of the U.S. Army and to motivate young people to be better citizens. Any cadet interested in developing leadership skills in a challenging environment will benefit from what Army ROTC has to offer, and there is no better Army ROTC unit than VMI’s Marshall-New Market Battalion.</p>

Battalion History

<p>The Virginia Military Institute, a senior military college, located in a state rich with military history, offers cadets an Army ROTC experience like none other. VMI boasts the largest ROTC program in the country.  Each year, VMI enrolls approximately 600 cadets in Army ROTC. Additionally, VMI historically commissions more 2nd Lieutenants than any other senior military college.</p><p>VMI is unique in its military requirements. Institute Regulations require that all Cadets complete four years of ROTC training in one of the three ROTC programs: Army, Navy/Marine, or Air Force. The VMI system is designed to prepare qualified Cadets for a military commission upon graduation, but there is no requirement that Cadets seek a commission.</p><p>The Virginia Military Institute, a senior military college, located in a state rich with military history, offers cadets an Army ROTC experience like none other. VMI boasts the largest ROTC program in the country.  Each year, VMI enrolls approximately 600 cadets in Army ROTC. Additionally, VMI historically commissions more 2nd Lieutenants than any other senior military college.</p><p>VMI is unique in its military requirements. Institute Regulations require that all Cadets complete four years of ROTC training in one of the three ROTC programs: Army, Navy/Marine, or Air Force. The VMI system is designed to prepare qualified Cadets for a military commission upon graduation, but there is no requirement that Cadets seek a commission.</p>

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