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Watch the various ways to train to become a Military officer in our video overview.
Navy Lt. Walter McDuffie explains the officer commissioning process.
Maj. Otto Padron, an infantry officer, talks about ROTC and how it prepares students to be leaders in a military or civilian career.
Alex Fan and his fellow Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) students engage in an exercise in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park.
Army National Guard 2nd Lt. Amanda Morgan participates in her officer commissioning ceremony and is sworn in by her father.
College students can join ROTC after two years by participating in Cadet Initial Entry Training (CIET).
Maj. Windy Hendrick, a fighter pilot with the Air National Guard, discusses how people can join the Air National Guard as an officer.
Jeff Davis, an Army ROTC cadet at Old Dominion University, balances his college education with his military training.
Capt. Kutilek explains why he wanted to go into the infantry when he joined the Marine Corps.
Capt. Kutilek explains why he wanted to be as far forward on the front lines as possible and why he decided to attend the Citadel.
Capt. Ryan McHugh, an Air Force pediatrician, visits with a young patient and his mother at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas.
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