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Entering any of the United States Armed Forces as a commissioned officer, like many other professions everywhere, requires at least a baccalaureate education. Generally speaking, especially near the beginning of a military career, accelerating career trajectory might best accrue as the result of an institution’s reputation. Under those circumstances, graduates from any of the Military Service Academies regularly garner assignment preferences to say nothing of clear-cut networking advantages over the course of their careers. After the Service Academies, the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) programs utilized at select colleges and universities across the United States round out an ever-larger mosaic. And not unlike the larger picture,

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