History of KU Army ROTC

ROTC at the University of Kansas enjoys an old and proud heritage. The KU Army ROTC program is one of the top ROTC programs in the country and we have the luxury of having all the military services represented here at KU. Army ROTC is the senior program, having been established in 1918 in the wake of World War I. Since then, over 2,000 second lieutenants have been commissioned through KU’s Army ROTC program.


Cadet Ranger Buddy Competition, hosted by KU Army ROTC



KU Army ROTC Cadets conducted the fall Leaders Training Exercise. Cadets had training on the M-4 rifle, M-240 B machine gun, radio communications and leadership development at the leaders reaction course. #KUArmyROTC #KU 3rd ROTC Brigade, The Black Hawk Brigade
I posted 149 photos on Facebook in the album "Leaders Training Exercise 9-20-2014" http://t.co/spRb6Rjie5
Fighting Jayhawk Conquers Confidence Course Cadet Andrew Mineni represents the Jayhawk Battalion and tackles the confidence course at Ft. Riley, KS.

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