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Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps

Worn from:
11 June 1971 - 19 September 1974.

Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps
United States Army.
Worn from:
19 September 1974 - Current.

The torch, taken from the 1947 Reserve Officer Training Corps'
shoulder-sleeve insignia design, perpetuates the history of the
Reserve Officer Training Corps' program in developing young students
in body and mind. The torch reflects enlightenment through knowledge
and indicates the program's academic instruction.

It further symbolizes the passing of military history from one
generation of soldiers to another. The laurel wreath signifies
achievement and leadership. The combined symbols denote the goals
of the Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps' program to instill
knowledge to cadets and stimulate them to achieve their leadership potential.

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