Marshall Army ROTC Leadership and National Security Seminar
In November 1976 Army Chief of Staff General Bernard Rogers and Marshall Foundation lifetime trustee retired General Maxwell Taylor agreed to "the establishment of an annual George C. Marshall Award for outstanding members of the Army ROTC."
Since that time, the Marshall Foundation, in partnership with the United States Army Cadet Command, has brought 10,000 outstanding college seniors to the Foundation in Lexington, Virginia to receive the Marshall ROTC Award and participate in the Marshall Seminar on Leadership and National Security. Cadets are selected by their college or university Army ROTC detachments as the outstanding Army ROTC cadet for the year.
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