Cadets present the colors and celebrate 35 years of Army ROTC at Illinois State University and the Redbird Battalion
As the 35th anniversary of Army ROTC at Illinois State University comes to a close let’s look back at some of the memories we created this year
Cadets are practicing some of the skills they learned throughout the semester during our leadership development exercise
Cadets and cadre from Bradley University came to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the Redbird Battalion
Many of our cadets had the opportunity to sit and have dinner with current veterans
For our last leadership lab of the semester we had a lot of fun with many teambuilding exercises
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Upcoming Events

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ROTC/Veterans Networking Dinner
Thu, December 1, 2016 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM Hancock Stadium Club

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High School Students

You must apply to and be accepted by the university in order to receive the scholarship if offered!  There is one scholarship board remaining and the deadline to be considered is February 28th.  Applications must have been created by 10 JAN 2017. 

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Cadet Command

Michigan State Cadet applies leadership traits in ROTC and football
San Antonio, Texas (Jan. 8, 2017) -- Being a member of a team can be a challenging, yet rewarding experience with lots of lessons to be learned and trials to overcome. Michigan State University Cadet Austin Wolfe has found this out doubly by being a part of two teams simultaneously -- the ROTC program at his school and the college's football team.

Cadets share experience during panel discussion at AAB
San Antonio, Texas. (Jan. 6, 2017) -- While a majority of the week of the U.S. Army All-American Bowl is focused on football and the players on the field, it also provides many opportunities for those who are unfamiliar with the Army to learn more about what it takes and means to be a Soldier.

JROTC Cadets compete in National Raider Challenge
Molena, Georgia (Nov. 5, 2016) -- The woods of Molena were filled with a crisp breeze and the sounds of hundreds of Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corp Cadets shouting encouragement and cheers to teammates as 1,100 Cadets from 50 schools competed in the 2016 National Raider Challenge competition Nov. 5-6.


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