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Cadets who choose to pursue a commission as an Army second lieutenant will enroll in the ROTC “Advanced Course” and complete four more semesters of Army ROTC at Norwich. In the Advanced Course, cadets build on the foundation of the Basic Course and further hone their leadership skills in a tactical environment. The Advanced Course culminates in multiple campus-based field training exercises and at Fort Knox, Kentucky, during “Cadet Summer Training.” While at Ft. Knox, cadets will lead their peers in executing light infantry operations against a near-peer enemy to immerse them in a highly-complex combat environment designed to develop their decision-making and critical-thinking skills under pressure.

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