Army and Air Force ROTC cadets, Navy ROTC midshipmen and the Tri-Service Color Guard passed in review Thursday before University of Utah President Chase N. Peterson as part of the U.'s fifth annual Tri-Service Review. In addition to honoring the president, awards were given to select cadets and midshipmen for outstanding leadership, service and academics. The university offered its first class in military science and tactics in 1891, but that program ended just three years later for financial reasons. When the National Defense Act of 1916 authorized ROTC units to be established at land-grant schools, U. students petitioned the Utah Board of Regents for a unit. Their request was granted in 1919.