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Issues of Contrails, the regional newsletter for ROTC published by Area F-2 Publications Headquarters. Issues: November, 1968; March, 1969; May, 1969; November, 1969; February, 1970.
"Recollections of I.I.T - Class of 1949" by George A. O'Brien, an essay recalling his student experiences at Illinois Institute of Technology. The topics discussed include: "Lucky Sixty" early admission program, Army Student Training and Reserve Officer Training programs, Tech News, Chapin Hall, student life, Bronzeville, the Honor System, blue books (quiz books), test taking, fraternities, the Chicago stockyards, S. I. Hayakawa, E. Gately, Machinery Hall, Marvin Camras, Lenox Lohr.
Materials related to Illinois Institute of Technology's U.S. Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps, which IIT President Henry Heald was instrumental in helping establish during WW II.
Copies of completed Officer Appointment Acceptance and Oath of Office forms for eight graduates of the Illinois Institute of Technology Naval Reserve Officer Training Program (NROTC) commissioned in May 2004. The graduates include Frederick R. Sanders, John A. Northshield, Alan M. Filipiak, Mikhael A. Floyd, Kelli A. Shaver, Owen Jay A. Smith, Michael S. Westhaver, and Amber R. Coffman.
Two publications from the IIT Naval Reserves Officers Training Corps (NROTC), including "the Clipper," a yearbook for 1987, and a spring 1987 issue of the "Great Circle Newsletter."
Appears to be the papers of Raymond J. Spaeth in his role as treasurer of Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago.
Admissions information about the ROTC program, including information about scholarships and financial aid.
Materials related to the Naval ROTC, Army ROTC, and Air Force ROTC (Reserve Officers Training Corps) units at Illinois Institute of Technology. The Marine Corp is part of the Naval unit.
Materials related to ROTC events, including a program for NROTC and AFROTC Military Review/Parents Day on 19 April 1964 with a list of award recipients, an invitation and program for ROTC Spring Review on May 14, 2004 with guest of honor Rear Admiral Derwood C. Curtis. The program includes a list of participants and award recipients. The collection also include an invitation to NROTC Veterans Day commemoration, November 11, 2006.