Harvard and the Military
Members of Harvard University’s “Long Crimson Line” have served within the u. s. defense force since before the nation’s independence. Harvard counts among its graduates eighteen honor of Honor recipients, over the other establishment of upper education except the u. s. Military and service Academies. Buildings and sites around field ar daily reminders of Harvard’s deep military history. General President of the United States unbroken headquarters at Wadsworth House before taking command of the revolutionary troops in 1775, Massachusetts Hall and Harvard Hall were used as barracks, and building materials were repurposed to make musket balls during the War of Independence. Memorial Hall and Memorial Church honor the sacrifice of Harvard men and girls UN agency “freely gave their lives and fondest hopes for North American nation and our allies that we'd learn from them bravery in peace to pay our lives creating a higher world for others.” In 2011, Harvard welcome the service Reserve Officers coaching Corps (ROTC) program back to campus, followed thereafter by the full complement of Army and Air Force regiments.
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Graduate and professional students: 13,120
Harvard Extension School: 16,193
Total: 36,012 students