Training Corps

Some articles on training, training corps, corps:

Carnegie Mellon - Schools and Divisions
... College of Art), and today it is a federation of schools with professional training programs in the visual and performing arts Architecture, Art, Design (ranked #1 MFA program in Multimedia and Visual ... Carnegie Mellon also manages the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps in Pittsburgh on which students throughout Pittsburgh's universities rely ... to provide opportunities in Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps and Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps to its students ...
National Association Of Training Corps For Girls
... The National Association of Training Corps for Girls was formed in 1940 and was the umbrella organisation for theumbrella organisation was responsible for the Girls Training Corps (GTC), Girls ... amalgamated to become the Girls Venture Corps ...
Southern Polytechnic State University - Academics - Special Learning Opportunities
... State University to participate in the Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps, Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps, and Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps ...
Girls Venture Corps Air Cadets - History
... The GVC has its origins in 1940 as part of the National Association of Training Corps for Girls, this umbrella organisation was responsible for the Girls Training Corps (GTC), Girls ...
Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps - Organization - Brigades
1st Reserve Officers' Training Corps Brigade (Responsible for military colleges, i.e ... Norwich, VMI, Citadel, Texas A M) 2nd Reserve Officers' Training Corps Brigade (CT, MA, ME, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, VT, Germany, Italy) 3rd Reserve Officers' Training Corps Brigade ...

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    There was nothing to equal it in the whole history of the Corps Diplomatique.
    James Boswell (1740–1795)

    The F├╝hrer is always quite cheerful, cheerful with all his heart, when he is having tea with his friends during the night, or when he is training his dogs!
    Martin Bormann (1900–1945)