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Branch Knowledge

Upon graduation from ROTC, newly commissioned lieutenants attend the Basic Officer Leader Course specific to their branch. These courses seek to train the new lieutenants to lead within their branch. There are several varying career paths that cadets can pursue as they strive to become Army officers. More specific branch information can be found in the column on the left.

Air Defense Artillery Officer (14A)

Armor Officer (19A)

Aviation Officer (15A)

Engineer Officer (12A)

Field Artillery Officer (13A)

Infantry Officer (11A)

Special Forces Officer (18A)

Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) Officer (74A)

Military Intelligence Officer (35A)

Military Police Officer (31A)

Signal Officer (25A)

Chaplain (56A)

Civil Affairs Officer (38A)

Dental Corps Officer (63)

Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps Attorney (27A)

Medical Corps Officer (62)

Medical Service Corps Officer (67)

Medical Specialist Corps Officer (65)

Nurse Corps Officer (66)

Ordnance Officer (91A)

Human Resources Officer (42B)

Quartermaster Officer (92)

Transportation Officer (88A)

Veterinary Corps Officer (64)