Cadet Command Pamphlets (CCP)
Army ROTC Incentives Procedures (CC PAM 145-1). This pamphlet provides processes and procedures for all of the Army ROTC Incentives Programs. This pamphlet applies to students applying to receive or receiving Army ROTC Scholarships or other Incentives Programs.
Enrollment, Retention, an Disenrollment Criteria, Policy and Procedures (CC PAM 145-4). This pamphlet provides Gold Standards PMS guidance for enrollment, retention, and disenrollment of Cadets. The provisions of this pamphlet apply to students enrolled in or seeking enrollment in the SROTC Basic and Advanced Courses.
Cadet Command Regulations (CCR)
Army ROTC Incentives Policy (CCR 145-1). In accordance with (IAW) Army Regulation (AR) 145-1, Section IV, Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) Scholarship Programs, this regulation contains Commanding General (CG), U.S. Army Cadet Command (USACC) policies established to manage Army ROTC Scholarship and Incentives Programs.
Army Senior ROTC On-Campus Training and Leadership Development (CCR 145-3). This regulation provides command policy, procedural guidance and standards for the execution of the on-campus portion of the BOLC-A Senior ROTC program and the Basic Officer Leader Course A (BOLC A) and Senior ROTC Cadre training and development programs that support the Senior ROTC program.
ROTC Green to Gold Program (CCR 145-6). This regulation provides guidelines, policy criteria, and procedures for the successful conduct of recruiting activities within Active Duty military populations.
ROTC Guaranteed Reserve Forces Duty (GRFD) Program (CCR 145-10). This regulation provides guidance, procedures, and responsibilities for implementing the Guaranteed Reserve Forces Duty (GRFD) Program.
ROTC Simultaneous Membership Program (SMP) (CCR 145-11). This Cadet Command regulation has been published to provide a current one-source reference for pertinent regulatory and general policies, procedures, and guidance pertaining to the Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) / Simultaneous Membership Program (SMP). State Adjutant General (TAG) Commands and Regional Readiness Commands (RRC) have considerable latitude in applying the provisions of the regulation concerning the ROTC/SMP. Direct coordination between the ROTC, Army National Guard (ARNG) and U.S. Army Reserve (USAR) is essential for the SMP to function as designed and intended.