ARMY ROTC OVERVEIW - Northern Michigan University

Report
PMS: LTC Kyle Rambo
SMI: MSG Dan Perdue
WHATS YOUR DEFINITION OF
STRENGTH?
 Introductions
 Purpose
 Why ROTC?
 Program Overview
 Results
 Mentor Linkup
LTC Kyle Rambo
Professor of Military Science
MS IV Instructor
WO1 Teichman
Recruiting / Enrollment
Officer
Mrs. Stallbaumer
DA Civilian
Human Resource Asst
CPT Hormann
MS1 Instructor
APMS/XO
SFC Wright
MS II Instructor
Training NCO
1LT Ziffer
Gold Bar
Recruiter
Mr. Evans
DA Civilian
Supply Tech
Mrs. Henderson
Executive Secretary
MSG Perdue
SMI / MS III Instr
Master Fitness Trainer
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Battalion Mission: The Wildcat Battalion at Northern
Michigan University develops, and commissions Officers
who are agile, adaptive and aggressive and ready to lead
American Soldiers.
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Commander’s Intent: Execute a rigorous program of
instruction emphasizing progressive leadership
development, personal character and values, interpersonal
communications, decision making and lifelong citizenship.
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Weekly Training
 Physical Training
 Lab
 Class
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Field Training Exercise (FTX)
 Basic Rifle Marksmanship
 Squad Tactical Exercise
 Land Navigation
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FT McCoy
Camp Grayling/Alpena
Time
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
0600
0700
0630-0730
0630-0730
0630-0730
Physical training
Physical training
Physical training
0800
0900
1000
1100
1100-1250
MS139-01
Class
1200
1300
1400
1500
1600
1700
1300-1450
MS139-04
Class
1500-1650
MS139-02
Class
1300-1450
MS139-03
Class
15001700
ROTC Lab
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Volunteering Opportunities
 Color Guard
 Veteran’s events
 Game Ball rappel
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Ranger Challenge
 Enhanced leadership
skills
 Team Building
 More Physical Training
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7 Cadets completed Leader Development and Assessment
Course at Ft. Lewis, WA
2 Cadets graduated Air Assault School
1 Cadet graduated Airborne School
1 Cadet attended Cadet Troop Leadership Training (CTLT) at
Korea
1 Cadet attended the Cultural and Language Program in
China
1 Cadet attended Leader Development Program at West
Point, NY
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To assess
 Leadership ability
 Basic Soldiering proficiency
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Required
 In order to commission
 To compete for Future position as an officer
All Cadets received excellent ratings on
While in leadership positions
 All Cadets exceeded National Average for
Physical Fitness and Land Navigation
 7 of 7 Cadets Graduated
 One Cadet achieved RECONDO (Exceeded course standard
in all events)
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Airborne
 2 Weeks long
 5 Jumps to get qualified
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Air Assault
 2 weeks long
 12 Mile foot March to graduate
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Cadet Troop Leadership training
 Shadow a LT in the real Army
 3-4 weeks long
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NMU sent one Cadet to Leaders Training
Course (LTC) This is an intense 1 month
course to replace MS I and MS II classes
 APFT averages = 216/300
 Land Navigation Avg.= 100% Day and Night
 Cadet qualified with an M-16 A2
 Cadet Passed Combat Water Survival Test
 Achieved an Excellent Leadership assessment
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Academics
 Study Groups
 Mentors
 Strike a Balance
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Physical Training
 Physically and mentally tough
 Life Style Change (fit for life starts now!)
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Personal
 Discipline- Task oriented and driven to do the hard
right
 Fitness- Mentally and physically tough
 Leadership- Expect to lead large organizations
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Economic
 Scholarship- Tuiti0n and fees paid for
 $1200 a semester for books
 $350 per month stipend
 Employment- Guaranteed j0b
…SOLDIERS, COMMUNITIES AND COMPANIES
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Dignity and Respect
 Most respected occupation in
the country
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The US Army Officer...
 A Moral and Ethical ROCK!
 Is Loyal and Respectful
 Never wavers in tough times
 Always puts the mission first
and people always!
 A leader of US Soldiers

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