"News" piece on the Old Town High School Board, which recently voted to spend up
"News" piece on the Old Town High School Board, which recently voted to spend upwards of $50,000 a year to offer the Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) to students. The decision brings to seven the number of high school JROTC programs in Maine. Bangor High School's JROTC program is the oldest in the nation, established in 1861. Lt. Col. Jack Kurtzman, the retired Army officer who heads up the Bangor program, says JROTC came into being during the Civil War and predates the more familiar college-level Reserve Officer Training Corps. With details about the JROTC mission.
Old Town School Board, Reserve Officers Training Corps
Haskell, Meg, ""News" piece on the Old Town High School Board, which recently voted to spend up" (2002). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 5913.
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