(a) The Army Advisory Panel on ROTC Affairs (AAP) was established on April 28, 1952. The AAP provides for a continuous exchange of views between the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, the Department of the Army, and the academic community.
(b) Membership is drawn from national educational associations, faculty members and administrators from ROTC host institutions and nationally prominent individuals.
(c) The AAP meets as required, but not less than once annually and the meetings are open to the public.
[45 FR 39502, June 11, 1980]
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