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Greenwood NJROTC

Last Updated: 2/18/2022 8:04 PM

 

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Thank you for visiting the Greenwood High School NJROTC webpage. Our mission is to instill in Greenwood High School students the values of citizenship, service to the United States, personal responsibility and a sense of accomplishment.  Greenwood’s NJROTC offers a four-year curriculum and provides elective credit toward high school graduation. The unit currently has an enrollment of 76 cadets & increases each semester.

 

The NJROTC curriculum emphasizes citizenship and leadership development, as well as our country’s maritime heritage, the significance of sea power, and naval topics such as the fundamentals of naval operations, seamanship, navigation and meteorology. Classroom instruction is augmented throughout the year by community service activities, drill competition, field meets, flights, visits to naval activities, marksmanship training, and other military training. Uniforms, textbooks, training aids, assistance with travel allowance, and a substantial portion of instructors' salaries are provided by the Navy.

 

A Greenwood NJROTC Cadet is offered a significant program of instruction and extra-curricular activities in which to participate.  

 

A typical school week at the unit includes:

Monday - Physical Training & leadership

Tuesday - Knowledge, Current events & Uniform Preparation

Wednesday - Drill & Physical Training

Thursday - Uniform Inspection

Friday - Physical Training

 

Of the days mentions, there will be after school practice(s) which includes:

Color Guard    Honor Guard    Drill Team    Rifle Team   

Our Color Guard & Honor Guard participate in various sports team and other official school or local community events.

The unit competes in Drill, Rifle & Academic competitions during the school years.

Our NJROTC has yearly Military Ball at Warren County during the spring & bi-annually takes extended field trip to military base & colleges.

There is a yearly NJROTC leadership summer camps for those who wants to excel farther on.

 

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Greenwood NJROTC Cadets Participated in a National Security and Leadership Symposium 

On Friday, 12 October 2018, eight Greenwood NJROTC cadets participated in a National Security and Leadership Symposium with retired Admiral William Gortney, USN, recent commander of NORTHCOM and NORAD, at Vanderbilt University. 

 

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Cadets Salvador and Flesher

 


Marathon Team Receives Shoes

Marathon Team with shoes

 

The Greenwood Naval JROTC Marathon Team recently received running shoes from Coach Tim Propst and his wife Pam. Tim coached Greenwood's Senior Naval Science Instructor, LtCol Larson, in Cross Country at Romeo High School in Michigan from 1986- 1988. 


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Academy Service Day

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Each year, Congressman Brett Guthrie’s office conducts a Service Academy Information Day for all interested students and their parents who are interested in receiving more information on the various United States Service Academies.  Academy Day is designed to help make the nomination and appointment application processes clearer and easier. Each event consists of presentations given by representatives from the U.S. Air Force Academy, U.S. Military Academy, the U.S. Naval Academy, and the Merchant Marine Academy. There is also a question and answer session, as well as information available for the students on each of the academies listed above.

 

Greenwood Naval JROTC Cadets Ashton Bell and Luke Rhoton attended this year's event.  Both cadets plan to apply for military commissioning programs as seniors.  


Leadership Academy
 

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Six Greenwood NJROTC Cadets graduated from leadership academy this 
summer.  From left:  Cadets Rhoton, Long, Bell, Burton Fjeld and Richey. 

 

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Cadet Burton preparing for the compass course at leadership camp, June 2017.

 

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Cadet Lamb serving for the chammpionship at NJROTC High Adventure Camp, 
June 2017.

 

 

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Cadets Pluhs, Smith, Richey and Burton prepping for final exam at the NJROTC
High Adventure Camp, June 2017.

 


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Vanderbilt NROTC Visit March 2017

Greenwood NJROTC Cadets Lamb, Smith, Turley, Chaney, Gjeld, Rhoton, Richey and DeMarse visited the Vanderbilt NROTC Unit on March 30 and 31.  the highlight of the trip was briefings on T-54 (pictured) and T-6 fighter training aircraft. 


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Cadet Rhoton checks out under the wing of a T-6 training aircraft. 

 

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Cadets Richey and DeMarse ask questions about T-6 Navy aircraft.

 

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Retired and future Marines, LtCol Larson and Cadet Chaney. 

 

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Greenwood Cadets conduct physical training with Vanderbilt NROTC Midshipmen.

 

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Cadets Richey and DeMarse do push-ups with Vanderbilt Midshipmen

 

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Cadet Smith conducts PT with Vanderbilt Midshipmen.

 

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Greenwood Cadets hold their own at PT with Vanderbilt Midshipmen. 

 

 

Warren County Schools Combined JROTC Military Ball 2017

 

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GHS NJROTC Air Rifle Team Wins Civilian Marksmanship Program 2016 State Championship

 

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The GHS NJROTC Air Rifle Team won the Civilian Marksmanship Program 2016 State Championship in December 2016.  The team's high scores were shot by Cadets Gunner Chaney, Sarah Richey, Logan Flesher and Jarod Williams.  

 


GHS NJROTC Cadet Fletcher Attends U.S. Academy Fair

 

Greenwood NJROTC Cadet Logan Fletcher attended U.S. Academy Fair in Bowling Green.  There were representatives from the U.S. Navy, the U.S. Army, the U.S. Coast Guard, the U.S. Air Force and the U.S. Merchant Marine Academies in attendance.  Admission to the Service Academies is highly selective and in order to apply one must be nominated by a member of Congress or the U.S. Senate.   Senator Rand Paul and Representative Brett Guthrie hosted the event.  They spoke about the nomination process and took questions.

 


 

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Naval NJROTC Instructors

Senior Naval Science Instructor
Lieutenant Colonel Eric Larson
U.S.M.C. Retired (21.5 Years)
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Naval Science Instructor
FCC(SW/AW) Greg Blakeman
U.S. Navy Retired (25 years)
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Master Training Specialist

 

Battalion Slate

Cadet Battalion Commander - Ashton Bell
Cadet Executive Officer - Logan Hendrick
Cadet Command Master Chief - Esther Nu
Cadet Admin Officer - Michael Reindl
Cadet Operations Officer - Say Htoo
Cadet Logistics Officer - Far Mawi
Cadet Public Affair Officer - Pah Reh
Cadet Athletic Officer - Brandon Perez
Cadet Education/Safety Officer - Cameron Nicholson
1st Platoon Commander - Hen Mu
2nd Platoon Commander - Trey Barmore
3rd Platoon Commander - Trae Salvador
4th Platoon Sergeant - Jocelyn Santamaria
5th Platoon Commander - Destiny Goodpasture
A Co Commander - Dakota Smith
A Co 1st Sergeant - Scott Roberts
B Co commander - Blake Knight
B Co 1st sergeant - Aung Hein
Asst. Operation Officer - Artisan Dolby
Cadet Chaplin and Projects Officer - Luke Rhoton

 

NJROTC Team Captains 

Color Guard- Cadet Hein

Honor Guard- Cadet Meh

Drill Team- Cadet Smith

Unit Chaplin- Cadet Rhoton

Marksmanship Team- Cadet Rhoton

Academic Team- Cadet Bell & Fjeld

 

 

Links

Chief Blakeman's Webpage
United States Naval JROTC Website 
United States Navy

 

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