A member of a JROTC program in high school who, even after leaving the class, still conducts himself in JROTC-specific manners, i.e. squaring his corners, marching, keeping military bearing in other classes, getting in step with someone when walking down the hall. Usually wears JROTC T-shirts all the time, but not always a concrete give-away. ROTC Nazi is a pretty gray area term, sometimes being an insult, sometimes a mark of honor. It was intended as an insult, but some cadets take it pretty well, a few even labeling themselves as ROTC Nazis.
(A JROTC cadet marches by, keeping military bearing)
John Doe: God look at that kid, even when he leaves ROTC his mind is still there.
Jane Doe: Yeah, what a ROTC Nazi.
(In this case, used as an insult)
(A cadet accidently squares his corner)
Cadet: God, I'm such a ROTC Nazi!
(In this case, used as something positive, or tolerable)
Term used for ROTC people.
Dam that ROTC nazi is really into this army thing.
An awesome person who is a mock member of the United States Military, salutes all officers, understands marching commands, joins the drill team, the sailing team, the color guard team, and marches by accident.
EXAMPLE OF A ROTC NAZI: A person named John's accomplishments: Sailing Team, Armed Exhibition Team, Master Chief McFarland Award (highest honor in unit), O-3 LT rank, Athletic Team, scholarship, outstanding cadet, outstanding personal appearance, etc ..THERE ARE A LOT OF OTHER AWARDST THAT I CANT REMEMBER BUT YOU GET THE PICTURE.