Army JROTC Instructors: Motivated to Make a Difference Check out this amazing video put together by Mr. Quintin Howard. JROTC is near and dear to his heart as his son West Point Graduate and former JROTC Cadet at Mobile at Murphy High School. Hooah! Check out the video HERE
Huntsville JRTOC Pioneers Space Force Affiliation The Huntsville High School JROTC program is among the first in the country to convert their affiliation from the Air Force to the Space Force. On January 12, 2022 a transition ceremony commemorated the historic event. Huntsville High is one of 10 units across the United States chosen to convert. The event was officiated by Col Lindhorst, USSF Delta 13 Commander, and the Air Force was represented by Brigadier General Leslie Maher, the Holm Center Commander and Lieutenant Colonel (ret) David W. Murphy, Huntsville High School Senior Aerospace Science Instructor. “The Space Force is incredibly [...]
In June 2021 Army Cadets gathered for the JROTC Leadership Academy. Check out the amazing opportunities our cadets experienced. From learning to work together to learning new skills, this was a unique training opportunity for cadets.
Space Force Visits Huntsville! On 19 August USSF Col Niki Lindhorst, Commander of Space Force Delta 13, and Chief Master Sergeant Esther Sanford, senior enlisted advisor for Space Force Delta 13 (the Education delta), visited Huntsville High School and their AFJROTC unit. She met with the Huntsville City Schools School Board and Superintendent Christie Finley first thing in the morning and was presented a cadet-created, cadet-led Mission Brief by the Command Staff of AL-941. This Mission Brief contained an overview of their Corps and a Q&A session for the Space Force visitors. After the Brief, she spoke to the eight highest-ranked [...]
Congratulations to WP Davidson High NJROTC & Admiral Denton Magnet School! A great way to ensure JROTC is recognized and highlighted in your community is to participate in sports and other special events. Recently on October 1st, 2021 cadets participated in the 1st combined WP Davidson High NJROTC & Admiral Denton Magnet School color guard team at WP Davidson High Football. Photo: Left to Right Cadet Cook (11th), Cadet Barros (11th), Cadet Scott (8th), & Cadet Blessings (11th)
Alabama JROTC wishes to congratulate WP Davidson High NJROTC Executive officer Capt. Jacerrey LEWIS for his promotion to SY 2021-22 Mobile County Public School System Joint Army Navy JROTC Staff. Congratulations for this remarkable achievement and continued commitment to Alabama JROTC.
Russell County had a great experience this summer in Washington DC participating in the annual National Competition July 19-23, 2021. Out of the 3100 programs nationally 40 were selected to compete in person for the national event. The Russell Country Team consisted of White, Alexis Hopkins, Devin Neal, and Victoria Villanueva). The competition included team and individual tasks, including out of the box thinking, Leadership Reaction Courses, Leadership in US History, and problem solving. During the 2020-2021 academic year CSM Jones organized and trained JROTC JLAB Academic and Leadership teams. Both teams competed and won regional and Brigade level competitions, thus [...]
Former Navy JROTC Cadet from WP Davidson High School, Mobile County, Alabama. WP Davidson High NJROTC hosted former SY 2018-19 NJROTC Commanding Officer Qualin WESTBROOK as the February 2021 CTE Month guest speaker for 156 in - class & virtual NJROTC cadets. Airman WESTBROOK talked about his Navy Boot Camp experience and his current training as an aviation electronics mechanic at the Naval Air Station in Pensacola Florida. He also noted that the JROTC credential he earned in the NJROTC program allowed him to start his enlistment at the E-3 paygrade which is $500+ per month bonus compared to [...]
Central High School, Tuscaloosa, Alabama Cadet Major Emia Sesson was named the Outstanding Cadet of the Year for the Alabama Society, Sons of the American Revolution for SY 2020-21. Cadet Sesson received the SAR Silver Outstanding Cadet Medal, certificate, and $750. Cadet Sesson also received the Bronze Award and $100 from the Black Warrior River Chapter in Tuscaloosa. Cadet Sesson will now represent Alabama at the national level in July 2021. Pictured are (L-R) Black Warrior River Chapter President Col (Ret) Rich Johnson, Cadet Emia Sesson, Alabama Committee Chairman MSG (Ret.) David Jones
Central High School NJROTC Red Devil Battalion is proud to announce Johana Garcia is the first cadet in the class of 2021 to enlist in the Navy! Cadet Garcia holds a NJROTC certificate and will graduate boot camp as an E-3 and she was awarded a $2,000 bonus upon signing her enlistment contract. Upon successful completion of her inventory physical fitness test at boot camp she will receive a second $2,000 bonus. Johana has signed her contract to serve as a Logistics Specialist. Major Fenell, USMC (ret) had the honor and privilege of administering Johana’s Oath of Enlistment. A heartfelt [...]