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AU NROTC. Program Mission To develop midshipmen morally, mentally, and physically, and to imbue them with the highest ideals of duty, honor and loyalty,

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1 AU NROTC

2 Program Mission To develop midshipmen morally, mentally, and physically, and to imbue them with the highest ideals of duty, honor and loyalty, and with the core values of honor, courage and commitment in order to commission college graduates as naval officers who possess a basic professional background, are motivated toward careers in the naval service, and have a potential for future development in mind and character so as to assume the highest responsibilities of command, citizenship and government. To develop midshipmen morally, mentally, and physically, and to imbue them with the highest ideals of duty, honor and loyalty, and with the core values of honor, courage and commitment in order to commission college graduates as naval officers who possess a basic professional background, are motivated toward careers in the naval service, and have a potential for future development in mind and character so as to assume the highest responsibilities of command, citizenship and government.

3 Some definitions Scholarship midshipman: Receives full tuition and fees, textbooks, monthly stipend during academic year, uniforms, 3 summer cruises Scholarship midshipman: Receives full tuition and fees, textbooks, monthly stipend during academic year, uniforms, 3 summer cruises College Program midshipman: Receives no tuition or fees, stipend during last two academic years, 1 summer cruise College Program midshipman: Receives no tuition or fees, stipend during last two academic years, 1 summer cruise Officer Candidate: On active duty Officer Candidate: On active duty

4 The Navy Today (Sep09) Ships Deployable Battle Force Ships: 286 Underway (away from homeport): 134 ships (45% of total) On deployment: 113 ships(40% of total) Personnel Active Duty: 330,498 Officers: 52,043 Enlisted: 273,925 Midshipmen: 4,530 Ready Reserve: 109,299 Selected Reserves: 66,745 Individual Ready Reserve: 42,554 Reserves currently mobilized: 6,445 Personnel on deployment: 56,095 Navy Department Civilian Employees: 193,268

5 Submarine delivery allows clandestine insertion of Special Operations Forces into denied areas Combat swimmer attacks Combat swimmer attacks Reconnaissance and surveillance Reconnaissance and surveillance Beach infiltration/exfiltration Beach infiltration/exfiltration Beach feasibility and hydrographic reconnaissance Beach feasibility and hydrographic reconnaissance Special Warfare

6 NROTC Systems Model NROTC Applicants Scholarship Selection Board BOOST 4-Year Education & Professional Development Commissioned Officers College Program Surface Submarines Aviation Nurses Marines System Objectives Produce numbers of officers Diversity Technical Majors Nuclear Power Quality of Product

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8 NROTC Scholarship Midshipmen All are selected by NETC - National Scholarship Selection - NETC Controlled Scholarship Selection Receive full tuition and fees, $300 stipend, books,uniforms, 3 summer cruises Obligated for service at beginning of Sophomore year Required service - 4 years (or longer depending on warfare community) active duty

9 Navy Scholarship Profile AVG SAT1316 Math SAT667 Verbal SAT648 % Awards 71% % Honor Society 67% % Athlete 81% % Top Tenth RIC 77%

10 Unrestricted Line Communities  NROTC commissions ensigns and 2 nd Lieutenants into unrestricted warfare officer communities and Marine Corps only (i.e. not into Supply, Inteligence, Cryptology etc…)  Unrestricted Line Communities Surface Surface Submarine Submarine Aviation Aviation Spec War Spec WarOr Marine Corps Marine Corps

11 NROTC Service Selection DESIGNATORS Surface Warfare 411 Nuclear Power Surface 58 Nuclear Power Submarines 100 Naval Flight Officer 104 Navy Pilot 262 Nursing 52 Marines 222 OTHERS total selected

12 The average Week … Tuesday/Thursday Battalion Drill (2 hours) Tuesday/Thursday Battalion Drill (2 hours) Two hours Company PT Two hours Company PT 8 hours mandatory study (1 st semester) 8 hours mandatory study (1 st semester) Naval Science Class (3 credit class each semester) Naval Science Class (3 credit class each semester) Limited Weekend Requirements Limited Weekend Requirements

13 Unit Organizations: Semper Fi Semper Fi Steerage Honor Society Steerage Honor Society Aviation Society Aviation Society Trident Submarine Society Trident Submarine Society Drill Team Drill Team Sailing Team Sailing Team Intramurals Intramurals

14 Scholarship Program Benefits … Uniforms Uniforms NAVS books NAVS books Full Tuition and “reasonable” fees (aviation flight classes not included) Full Tuition and “reasonable” fees (aviation flight classes not included) $375 per semester for books $375 per semester for books Monthly Stipend Monthly Stipend $250/mo Freshmen $250/mo Freshmen $300/mo Sophomore $300/mo Sophomore $350/mo Juniors $350/mo Juniors $400/mo Seniors $400/mo Seniors Obligation starts Sophomore year Obligation starts Sophomore year

15 Naval Science Curriculum

16 San Diego LT >4LT>6 Base Pay:$ 4,027/mo$ 4,220/mo BAH:$ 1,882/mo$ 1,882/mo BAS:$ 175/mo$ 175/mo Sea Pay: Continuation Incentive Pay Tax Advantage:$ 997/mo$ 997/mo Civilian Equiv.$ 87,672/yr $122,284/yr

17 Pay and Allowances Current Rates BAH an average of submarine homeport rates

18 Engineering Col Prof O-5/O-6 Exec Mgt Finance Law Airlines

19 Retiring as CDR at 20 years with statistical age of death at 81 O-5 (2004) O-5 (2018) Base Pay O-5 (20yrs, age 42)$ 6563/mo $10,528/mo 50% of Base Pay $ 3165/mo $ 5264/mo Annual (age 42 until death)$ 37,986 $ 63,172 Equiv Lump Sum Value $ 988,785 $ 1,495,626 Equiv Invest for 20 10%$ 15,600 $ 23,400 Interest.com Financial Calculator The Value of Navy Retirement Assumptions: 30 yr T-bill, 3.0% Inflation

20 Contact Information Auburn NROTC Recruiting Officer Auburn NROTC Recruiting Officer LT Timothy Aja LT Timothy Aja (W) (W) Address Address NROTC Unit Nichols Center Auburn University, AL 36849

21 Questions?


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