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Golden Tiger Battalion set off on a Fall FTX to kick off the Thanksgiving holiday break 🍁. While there, they completed t...
11/28/2022

Golden Tiger Battalion set off on a Fall FTX to kick off the Thanksgiving holiday break 🍁. While there, they completed the 34-foot airborne tower training, a Field Leadership Reaction Course, Day and Night Land Navigation, Field Craft Classes, and squad level situational training exercises. Cadets were also highlighted for their outstanding performance during the FTX. Fall break well deserved ! 🐯

As we prepare for the new school year, we are proud of our MSIII Cadets who completed Advanced Camp at Fort Knox, Kentuc...
08/17/2022

As we prepare for the new school year, we are proud of our MSIII Cadets who completed Advanced Camp at Fort Knox, Kentucky this summer. By completing this requirement, these Cadets are one step closer to becoming commissioned Officers! 🫡 We are so proud!Tiger Pride 🐯

05/12/2022
The Tuskegee Army ROTC Battalion would like to formally welcome all to our Spring 2022 Commissioning Ceremony! It will b...
04/26/2022

The Tuskegee Army ROTC Battalion would like to formally welcome all to our Spring 2022 Commissioning Ceremony! It will be held on May 6th, 2022 at 10:00am at the Tuskegee University Chapel.

We are extremely excited to celebrate this milestone with our commissioning Cadets as they begin their Army journeys as 2nd Lieutenants.

Please RSVP at the link below! We look forward to this special day.

https://einvitations.afit.edu/inv/anim.cfm?i=657952&k=046445007E55

This week we recognized some of our  Cadets at our 2022 Org Day! These Cadets have shown exceptional potential and perfo...
04/22/2022

This week we recognized some of our Cadets at our 2022 Org Day! These Cadets have shown exceptional potential and performance over the last year, as have all of the other Cadets in the program. It was a great day to enjoy some food, games, and music with each other.
What a year it has been!
Tiger Pride!

The Golden Tiger Battalion recently completed our Joint Spring Field Training Exercise! Our cadets spent 4 days at Fort ...
04/09/2022

The Golden Tiger Battalion recently completed our Joint Spring Field Training Exercise! Our cadets spent 4 days at Fort Benning, GA enhancing their team building, technical, and tactical skills while getting to know Cadets from our partner schools.
It was a great culminating event and we are so proud of the progress they’ve made this school year!
TIGER PRIDE 🐯

03/16/2022

Are you looking for your summer plans?

Consider checking out Basic Camp with seeing how you take can the next step for preparing for life after college!

02/23/2022
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02/23/2022

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TUSKEGEE UNIVERSITY
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We would like to take a moment to celebrate CDT Zak Thornton as the George C. Marshall nominee for the Golden Tiger Batt...
02/23/2022

We would like to take a moment to celebrate CDT Zak Thornton as the George C. Marshall nominee for the Golden Tiger Battalion! His outstanding leadership performance and potential are in keeping with the Army values.
Tiger Pride! 🐯

ROTC NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS!APPLY WHILE IN HIGH SCHOOLAs a high school senior, you can get a head start on your future by...
02/17/2022

ROTC NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS!

APPLY WHILE IN HIGH SCHOOL

As a high school senior, you can get a head start on your future by applying for the ROTC National Scholarship, a Four-Year Scholarship, at participating schools such ad Tuskegee University!

COMMITMENT
Your acceptance of the scholarship means a commitment of:
-Eight years of Army service, with requirements for active duty in the Army, and/or serving in the Army Reserve or Army National Guard, depending on the scholarship
-You may be eligible to serve part time in the Army Reserve or Army National Guard while pursuing a civilian career immediately after graduation

HOW TO APPLY:

Get started on your scholarship application:
-Create an account on https://my.goarmy.com
-Upon creating an account, login to the Scholarship Application
-Locate and contact the Recruiting Operations Officer at the school you plan to attend—most of them have served before and understand the process you’re going through (@ TU is Mr. Oliver Walton [email protected])

IMPORTANT DATES
Applications opened June 12, 2021.
Your application must be started by Feb. 4, 2022 and completed by Mar. 1, 2022 to be eligible for review.

The Army ROTC National Scholarship Board will next review applications for the 2021-2022 school year on:
Jan. 24-28, 2022
Mar. 14-18, 2022

(U.S. Army photo by Capt. Stephanie Snyder)

02/14/2022
02/09/2022

Check out our very own Cadet Andrews in this video! Tiger Pride!

02/09/2022

Live Sessions Day 2 🔥

Who are you excited for?

Welcome back Golden Tigers! We are happy to see you back to in person PT!
02/09/2022

Welcome back Golden Tigers! We are happy to see you back to in person PT!

“People, people, people—that’s why recruiting is so important . . . it’s the lifeblood of our business.”-United States A...
01/26/2022

“People, people, people—that’s why recruiting is so important . . . it’s the lifeblood of our business.”

-United States Army Recruiting Command (USAREC) Public Affairs

Recruiting is critical to ensure the TU Army ROTC program remains strong and attracts the best candidates. The Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) Outreach Program is a pivotal part of this enduring effort. This week we are visiting high schools in the Columbus, GA area to educate and discuss SROTC opportunities for students.

U.S. Army photos by Capt. Steph Snyder)

Last week, the Battalion conducted a walk, crawl, run focused on Battle Drill 1A in order to better prepare cadets atten...
01/18/2022

Last week, the Battalion conducted a walk, crawl, run focused on Battle Drill 1A in order to better prepare cadets attending summer training.

As we bring in the new year, we are excited for all the upcoming training our program will conduct and can’t wait to share all the great work our cadets and cadre will do.

Tiger Pride!

Today, we celebrate the life of one of society’s greatest luminaries, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This is an oc...
01/17/2022

Today, we celebrate the life of one of society’s greatest luminaries, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This is an occasion to remember his fierce advocacy for and relentless commitment to racial justice.

We honor Dr. King’s memory through actions of our own. Following his example, the Tuskegee University Army ROTC strives to foster a service mindset, empowering our students, faculty and staff to make a difference in the classroom and community.

On this day let us all remember his life, legacy, and teachings. We should all follow his example of service to others.

Become a leader and serve your country, all without sacrificing your college experience. In Army Reserve Officers' Train...
01/06/2022

Become a leader and serve your country, all without sacrificing your college experience. In Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC), a career is waiting for you when you graduate.

ROTC provides you the opportunity to go to college and train to become an Army Officer at the same time, in exchange for paid tuition. Offered at Tuskegee University, you can get the college experience along with a guaranteed career after graduation as a highly respected second lieutenant in the Army, Army Reserve, or Army National Guard.

To learn more about how to become an Army Officer, send us a DM or get in contact with our recruiting operations officer at [email protected]

Pictured: 2Lt. Kristie King, a recent graduate and commissioned officer from our program.

(📸 by Cadet Joshua Gordon)

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TUSKEGEE UNIVERSITY

As important as formal training is to developing good leaders, effective leadership is something that has to be practice...
12/08/2021

As important as formal training is to developing good leaders, effective leadership is something that has to be practiced in our day-to-day actions. As a result, good leadership is not only about learning overarching leadership principles; it is about doing the right things, large and small, dozens of times each day for your Soldiers, Army civilians, and command. In this way, good leadership becomes a habit that is hard to break.

Pictured below, Lt. Colonel Sherman Watson - Tuskegee University Army ROTC Professor of Military Science.

To learn more about how to become an Army Officer, send us a DM or get in contact with our recruiting operations officer at [email protected]

(U.S. Army photos by Capt. Steph Snyder)

12/07/2021

Remembering Pearl Harbor.

Congratulations on your commissioning to Second Lieutenant:2nd Lt. Kendrick Arrington2nd Lt. Kristie King2nd Lt. Montine...
12/06/2021

Congratulations on your commissioning to Second Lieutenant:

2nd Lt. Kendrick Arrington
2nd Lt. Kristie King
2nd Lt. Montinez Williams

The Golden Tiger Battalion is extremely proud of you and wishes you the best on all future endeavors!!!

Tiger Pride!

To learn more about how to become an Army Officer, send us a DM or get in contact with our recruiting operations officer at [email protected]

(U.S. Army photos by CPT Steph Snyder)

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U.S. Army Cadet Command (ROTC)
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https://www.instagram.com/reel/CXHIvXjlUb0/?utm_medium=copy_linkStand among the fearless leaders of the Army. The ones w...
12/05/2021

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Stand among the fearless leaders of the Army. The ones with the expertise to confidently guide missions for our nation’s success.

As a commissioned Officer, you’re not only involved in leading, problem-solving, and planning for upcoming missions, but you’re also empowered to make decisions that affect the lives of people across the globe.

*A SIMPLE CONVERSATION CAN CHANGE EVERYTHING*
If you’re thinking of joining, we’ll walk you through everything you need to know. Contact our recruiting operations officer at [email protected]

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12/03/2021

Fall 2021 Comissioning Ceremony
Congratulations to 2LT Arrington, 2LT King, and 2LT Williams! 🎉

Army Strong!
Tiger Pride!

See flyer for more information on today’s commissioning.
12/03/2021

See flyer for more information on today’s commissioning.

Tiger Pride!!To learn more about how to become an Army Officer, send us a DM or get in contact with our recruiting opera...
12/02/2021

Tiger Pride!!

To learn more about how to become an Army Officer, send us a DM or get in contact with our recruiting operations officer at [email protected]

Our very own Cadet Takeah Frazier scouting enemy positions at a field training exercise is Fort Knox, Kentucky! Contact ...
12/02/2021

Our very own Cadet Takeah Frazier scouting enemy positions at a field training exercise is Fort Knox, Kentucky! Contact us if you’re interested in learning more about the opportunities that ROTC offers.

The Golden Tiger Battalion conducted a variety of fun and engaging training opportunities during the Fall semester that ...
12/02/2021

The Golden Tiger Battalion conducted a variety of fun and engaging training opportunities during the Fall semester that helped them build unique skills and build a strong team! Tiger Pride!

11/11/2021
This weekend our Cadets took advantage of a great training opportunity at FBGA, conducting both CFF and EST training! We...
09/20/2021

This weekend our Cadets took advantage of a great training opportunity at FBGA, conducting both CFF and EST training!

We also had the pleasure of promoting 1LT Snyder to CPT. She will continue to serve as a PAO at her future assignment.

August 28th, Cadets of the Golden Tiger Battalion went to Fort Benning, GA to conduct training at the rappel tower and o...
08/31/2021

August 28th, Cadets of the Golden Tiger Battalion went to Fort Benning, GA to conduct training at the rappel tower and obstacle course on post! This Super Lab was a great opportunity for cadets to conquer their fears, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and build camaraderie at the start of a new school year.

It was a great day for TU Army ROTC yesterday! Eight of our cadets were awarded scholarships and were contracted in a ce...
08/19/2021

It was a great day for TU Army ROTC yesterday! Eight of our cadets were awarded scholarships and were contracted in a ceremony hosted by our PMS, LTC Sherman Watson. Congratulations!! Tiger Pride!

10th Regiment   flies through the  ! They show no signs of stopping on their path to graduation for  ! 🎓🪖Featured - our ...
08/12/2021

10th Regiment flies through the ! They show no signs of stopping on their path to graduation for ! 🎓🪖

Featured - our very own Cadet Frazier

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We would like to highlight MSIV Cadet Henry Moses and MSIV Cadet Jonathan Andrews for completing their 6 mile ruck march...
07/29/2021

We would like to highlight MSIV Cadet Henry Moses and MSIV Cadet Jonathan Andrews for completing their 6 mile ruck march at Cadet Summer Training '21 in Ft. Knox with a time of 1hr 19mins.

Tiger Pride!

Our   program would like to congratulate our very own MSIV Cadet Joshua Gordon for qualifying for Recondo while at Cadet...
07/27/2021

Our program would like to congratulate our very own MSIV Cadet Joshua Gordon for qualifying for Recondo while at Cadet Summer Training ‘21. The RECONDO badge is awarded to who display superior skills at Advanced Camp. They must exceed the standards in the ACFT, confidence courses, land navigation, marksmanship, first aid, CBRN, and the 12-mile foot march.

(U.S. Army photos by 1st Lt. Stephanie Snyder)

Tiger Pride!

10th Regiment Advanced Camp arrival Cadet Thomas Sutter, from Northeastern University, left, and Cadet Takeah Frazier, f...
07/25/2021

10th Regiment Advanced Camp arrival

Cadet Thomas Sutter, from Northeastern University, left, and Cadet Takeah Frazier, from Tuskegee University, right, unpack their bags during 10th Regiment Advanced Camp arrival on July 7, 2021 on Fort Knox, Ky. Advanced Camp, which is part of Cadet Summer Training, assess Cadets’ ability to perform basic officer leadership tasks.

Photo by Staff Sgt. Neysa Canfield, CST Public Affairs Office

In June, which is Army Heritage Month, we take pause to thank and honor all those who have answered the call to serve an...
06/24/2021

In June, which is Army Heritage Month, we take pause to thank and honor all those who have answered the call to serve and have served in our Army, and who have served our nation, over the past 246 years. This past year, Soldiers and civilians have been challenged like never before, fighting in support of hurricane, wildfire and COVID-19 relief efforts. They have had the courage to stay the course and work together as one team in support of our nation.

(U.S. Army photos by 1st Lt. Stephanie Snyder)

June 12th. That's the day U.S. Army Cadet Command (ROTC) scholarship applications open up. Get prepared at https://go.us...
06/11/2021

June 12th. That's the day U.S. Army Cadet Command (ROTC) scholarship applications open up. Get prepared at https://go.usa.gov/x6Kfk.

To learn more about how to become an Army Officer, send us a DM or get in contact with our recruiting operations officer at [email protected]

(U.S. Army photos by 1st Lt. Steph Snyder)



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