C Officers Training Corps Malacca Swagger Stick - 69.5cm. This swagger stick features a nickel plate top that displays the badge for. The stick has a malacca cane shaft and is finished with a metal ferrule end.The swagger stick measures 69.5cm with a 1.5cm diameter top and a 1.25cm diameter shaft Overall weight 49 grams. R E P T O N O. The Officers' Training Corps (OTC), sometimes called the University Officers' Training Corps (UOTC), is a part of the British Army Reserve (formerly the Territorial Army) which provides military leadership training to students at British universities The majority of members of the UOTC do not go on to serve in the regular or reserve forces UOTC members on full-time university courses are not obligated to serve on operations, nor are they qualified to so do Any officer cadet can resign at any time by making a formal request The mission of the OTC is to develop the leadership skills of officer cadets through undergoing military training, adventure training, and social activities, and raise awareness of the Army The curriculum is administered and directed by the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. During the First World War, the senior OTCs became officer producing units and some 30,000 officers passed through, but after the war they reverted to their basic military training role During the 1930s, the OTCs began to increase in strength They peaked in 1938 during the Munich Crisis In the Second World War they again became officer producing units for the army. Auctiva offers Free Image Hosting and Editing.