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History: This publication was originally printed on 1 November 1978. It was authenticated by J.C. Pennington, Brigadier General, and Bernard W. Rogers, General. This electronic edition publishes the basic 1978 edition and incorporated Change 1. Change 1 to this regulation was printed on 1 August 1984. Change 1 was authenticated by Robert M. Joyce, Major General, and John A. Wickham, Jr., General. This publication has been reorganized to make it compatible with the Army electronic publishing database. No content has been changed.
Summary: This IS A CHANGE to AR 140-9, November 1978. Changes have been made in chapters 1 and 2 . Major changes include a requirement that ROTC scholarship recipients who are selected for Reserve forces duty be mandatorily assigned to units; eliminates the minimum 3-month training period for ROTC officers; and clarifies that OBC must be taken in residence.
a. Except as specified in paragraph
, this regulation applies to the Army Reserve only.
Specifically, it applies toŚ
1. All ROTC cadets who are eligible for commissioning, or who will be commissioned in the USAR during a school year ( para 1-3a ).
2. Reserve commissioned officers who are appointed from the ROTC program and are currently in a delay status under the provisions of AR 601-25 , and who are scheduled for AD or ADT during a school year.
3. Military junior college (MJC) graduates who are commissioned in the Reserve and assigned in an educational delay status.
b. As used in this regulation, the masculine gender pronoun will be constructed to include both male and female personnel unless otherwise expressly so stated.
Proponent and Exception Authority: Not applicable.
Army Management Control Process: The proponent agency of this regulation is the Adjutant General's Office.
Supplementation: Local limited supplementation of this regulation is permitted, but is not required. If supplements are issued, Army Staff agencies and major Awry commands will furnish one copy of each to Commander, US Army Reserve Components Personnel and Administration Center, ATTN: AGUS-RCPD-PRO, 9700 Paste Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63132; other commands will furnish one copy of each to the next higher headquarters.
Interim Changes: Users of this regulation will not implement interim chancres unless the chancre document has been authenticated by The Adjutant General. (Interim chancres expire 1 year after publication date.) If a formal printed chancre is not received by the time the interim change expires, users will destroy the interim change.
Suggested Improvements: Users are invited to send comments and suggested improvements on DA Form 2028 (Recommended Changes to Publications and Blank Forms) direct to Cdr, RCPA(DARC-PPC), 9700 Page Boulevard, St. Louis, MO 63132.
To be distributed in accordance with
DA Form 12-9A
requirements for AR, Army Reserve.
Active Army: C