Timothy Hunter received his unit crest on January 25th, 2023 at Decatur High School. His Grandfather, Vernon Otis Chance, 82, who retired from the Navy as a Lieutenant Commander, pinned the crest on Hunter
Decatur High JROTC Cadets have a military signing day and 5 take the oath of enlistment with LTC (R) Paul Reeves a Korean and Vietnam War Veteran.
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.
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 [...]
Cadet Erskine Simmons, from Central High School, was named Alabama Society's Sons of the American Revolution Outstanding Cadet of the Year for 2016-17. He is being presented his award by Richard Wells at the ALSSAR Convention.
Devique had a rough start in life. At only six weeks old, he was diagnosed with meningitis, an inflammation of the membranes surrounding the brain and spinal cord. His doctors predicted he would die. This was the first time Devique would demonstrate his inner strength. He did not die. Because of the condition, Devique’s speech and learning abilities were delayed. He did not begin talking until he was 6 years old. The doctors said he was autistic and would have to take special classes. Devique’s parents declined this offer, convinced that he could catch up. They were right. With their [...]
Alabama JROTC is proud to announce that Davornne Lindo, Alabama JROTC State President from Central High School, has received a full ride to Yale University.Davornne is an exemplary role model for those cadets and state officers following her legacy. Lindo says she will be studying Political Science and hopes to become a Senator one day.Watch video and read full article here: http://www.wtvm.com/story/38179614/central-high-school-student-receives-full-scholarship-to-yale