Corps Curriculum for TCU Army ROTC

It is a critical time for TCU’s Army ROTC program—the military is downsizing and active-duty positions are more competitive. Yet America still needs leaders in uniform and in civilian life. The Horned Frog Battalion answers the call.

The question hung in the air as an uncomfortable silence filled the room: What defines a good leader?

Col. Christopher Talcott, the ranking cadre member of TCU’s Army ROTC program since 2010, waited for the class to answer. Seated around him were seniors—Military Science 4 cadets—who would commission as second lieutenants in a matter of months. Everything they had studied, everything they had learned and all the training they had received was designed to give them the answer.

— Rick Waters ’95

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