Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps report, 1993
Copy of the official report from the Commanding Officer, Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps Management Unit, Chicago Area to the Director of Naval History (Washington DC) regarding the activities of the Illinois Institute of Technology NROTC unit for the year 1993. The report includes the Command History (Enclosure 1) only which discusses, among other topics: unit roster, events and activities, enrollment and commission statistics, women's career night, field trips, community service, and IIT Ethics Bowl.
- Creation: 1993
Language of Materials
Records are in English.
Conditions Governing Access
Military training at Illinois Institute of Technology began during World War II, with the Navy V-12 unit as one of its earliest programs. Reserve Officers Training Corps units began after the World War II ended. The Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps managed separate university Naval Science Departments at IIT and Northwestern University. The programs qualified students by instruction and training in essential naval subjects to receive commissions in the United States Navy, United States Naval Reserve, United States Marine Corp, or the United States Marine Corps Reserve. In 1993, the two university units were merged to form the NROTC Management Unit (NROTCMU), Chicago Area.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Catherine Bruck, University Archivist