PMS- LTC David McRae
The focus of the ROTC program is leadership development. Students learn problem solving techniques, decision-making skills, planning and organizing skills, interpersonal communications skills, professional ethics and responsibilities, and other management and leadership skills. Leadership labs and field training exercises supplement classroom work with practical leadership training and experience.
Students receive frequent developmental counseling from their U.S. Army officer and non-commissioned officer (NCO) instructors. Cadets are encouraged to participate in Army ROTC extracurricular activities such as the Ranger Challenge Team or the Color Guard.
Cadets have opportunities to attend professional development training programs each summer such as Airborne School, Air Assault School, Northern Warfare School, Mountain Warfare School, or Cadet Troop Leadership Training.
Upon graduation and successful completion of the ROTC curriculum, cadets will be commissioned into the United States Army as Second Lieutenants. They will become officers, leading the most powerful armed force in the world.
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