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nized by the Defense Department as the birthplace of ROTC. The National Defense Act of 1916


established the ROTC, and in 1916, the War Department designated Norwich as the first site for a senior ROTC cavalry unit. After two years at The Citadel,


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here at Jubilee in your beautiful new home, enjoying an active lifestyle and camaraderie with many other military veterans like me, with common interests and plenty of great stories to share! J. O. Lopez


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S.C., I transferred to Norwich so I could be married my senior year, and that above information was quickly embedded into my brain. — Col. Peter W. Cuthbert, USA (Ret) Life Member


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Periodontal Disease On page 22 of the August 2016 issue of Military Officer [Health Notes], a mistake appears in the “Dental Health” column. The mistake is in the sidebar on periodontal disease, and it understates the prevalence of periodontitis in the U.S. The most recent data available on the prevalence of periodontitis in adults in the U.S. demonstrate that over 47 percent of adults over the age of 30 in America have peri- odontitis, the form of periodontal disease that affects not only the gums but the underlying bone as well. Eight and a half percent of Americans over age 30 have severe periodontitis (with 30 percent hav- ing moderate periodontitis and 8.7 percent having mild periodontitis). Since many readers of Military


Officer are retired, it may be of in- terest to them that 64 percent of adults over the age of 65 have either moderate or severe periodontitis. — Col. Brian L. Mealey, USAF (Ret), D.D.S., M.S., Life Member via email


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