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NROTC

A place for past, present and future mom's of NROTC students to exchange information and support. Family, friends, and others can gather general information about Navy ROTC and officer programs. Everyone is welcome !!

Members: 145
Latest Activity: Feb 3

Discussion Forum

How to pick NROTC units for scholarship app?

Started by rudyinok. Last reply by Glenni Dec 7, 2017. 28 Replies

Hello :)  I am very new to this forum, but my son has been wanting to be a Navy officer for several years now.  He is now a junior at a special math and science high school.  He will graduate from this high school in May 2014.  so, this coming…Continue

PRK for Aviation

Started by willysmom. Last reply by 2017Commission Aug 18, 2017. 8 Replies

Hi my son is a sophomore at USC and is planning on applying for flight school (I'm sure that is not the correct term for it) but he will need prk or lasik. He has been told that either is fine and that we just find a doctor to do it and get it…Continue

Looking to join navy, need help

Started by Hopefulnavyrecruit. Last reply by 2017Commission Aug 18, 2017. 1 Reply

Hello everybody. Thanks for reading this, I'll try to keep it short.I am 17 years old, and I did not receive a normal, steady, education because of moving around so much all the time as a kid. I finally learned fractions last year, and am now on…Continue

Son not selected for NROTC scholarship

Started by luckymomx4. Last reply by Suzie Aug 2, 2017. 13 Replies

Our youngest son, Mark wasn't selected to receive the Navy ROTC Scholarship. He applied to 5 colleges and so far has received letters of acceptance to 3 so far. No clue as to why. We really thought he was going to get it. He applied in August 2015…Continue

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Comment by Glenni on February 3, 2018 at 8:50pm

Does anybody else here have a midshipman going to Tulane this week for the drill meet?

Comment by Glenni on November 1, 2017 at 12:45am
Lasersailor, that was a great link! Thanks so much!
Comment by lasersailor on October 25, 2017 at 9:51pm

Checkout this link  http://militaryoneclick.com/what-to-and-not-to-wear-military-ball-f...

Navy Ball is a formal affair and normally for only military and their dates/spouses. There usually is a lot of tradition and the event follows a set schedule of events.  It is an honor for non-military to be invited. 

Comment by Suzie on October 25, 2017 at 4:00pm

Also - parents of seniors were invited to attend, that's why we went :-)

Comment by Suzie on October 25, 2017 at 3:58pm

Glenni, we were at Penn State. I'm sure each University ROTC does it a little differently ... the best thing your DS can do is ask of his peers who have done this before. I don't recall my son buying flowers, but I do know the young lady he took wore a formal gown and the guys were in dress blues.

Comment by Glenni on October 25, 2017 at 2:02pm

Wow, Suzie,  I had no idea parents could go....I somehow don't think that would work in our situation. Are you or your husband military?  So I do have a question...should he get his date a wrist corsage...is it formal like a prom?

Comment by Suzie on October 24, 2017 at 6:16pm

Glenni - we went to our DS's Ball - It was fun!  Very dressy (formal) and they introduced Midshipman & Date as they came in.

Comment by Glenni on October 24, 2017 at 5:54pm

First Navy Ball coming up in a couple of weeks....anything in particular we should know?

Comment by Glenni on September 23, 2017 at 11:59pm
Janice, is he planning on becoming a Nuke?
Comment by Janite on September 21, 2017 at 12:35am
My son is a junior, mechanical engineering major. He has always wanted to go subs,and that was reinforced both last year during the sub part of CORTRAMID, and this summer when he spent 17 days underway shadowing an enlisted man.
 

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