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BG (Retired) Al Irzyk talks about Patton visiting the 4th AD via
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Army ROTC May 18
Cadets if you have questions check out the link in this tweet.
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Army ROTC May 16
Brig. Gen. (Retired) Al Irzyk discusses Gen. Patton enforcing standards after he assumes command of 3rd U.S. Army. via
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Just posted! “The First 100 Days of Platoon Leadership Handbook.” A “must” for new platoon leaders and platoon sergeants -- contains insights on leadership, training mgt, Army systems, and more.
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Army ROTC May 11
Photos from the Cadet Command Change of Command 2018 are available on
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Army ROTC May 11
Major General Christopher Hughes reflects on his time at Cadet Command and his time at Fort Knox with Cadet Command Public Affairs Intern Amber Vincent via
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Army ROTC May 9
Listen to Brig. Gen. Retired Al Irzyk talk about the Battle of the Bulge via
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Army ROTC May 8
Congratulations Cadet Zorn.
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Army ROTC May 8
Check out photos from the JROTC Fitness Challenge at Daytona Beach.
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Army ROTC May 4
National High School Drill Championships - Knockout Competition just finished. Congratulations to winners Erignacio Fermin (Armed) from Lynn English High School and Alyssa Colunga (Unarmed) from McReynold's Middle School.
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Army ROTC Apr 30
Nine high school students were recently awarded more than $1M in Scholarship checks at the Grand Awards Session
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Army ROTC Apr 27
Congratulations to nine ROTC scholarship winners who were awarded more than $1M in Scholarship checks at the Grand Awards Session this week. More at
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Army ROTC Apr 26
“In today’s environment, it’s important for future military leaders to be exposed early on to joint operations and working with other agencies,” said Timothy Terese, retired Army veteran and Cordell advisor.
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Army ROTC Apr 25
Congratulations Lt. Col. Weist and good luck in your future endeavors.
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Army ROTC Apr 24
BG (Ret) Albin Irzyk, a 1940 ROTC graduate discusses the 4th Armored Division during World War II. 4th AD WWII via
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US Military Academy Apr 14
An inside look at : The premier international military skills competition at For more information and results, visit:
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Army ROTC Apr 13
Cadet of the Week: Jenson Huang, Indiana University, In a few years, the Army will entrust me with the command of Soldiers. "It’s my responsibility to ensure that when I get there, I am the most prepared as I possibly can be."
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Army ROTC Apr 13
"You can bring the most high-speed terrain model kits and cover every single line of an operations order, yet still fail to create a shared understanding of what job each squad in your platoon has during a patrol mission."
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Army ROTC Apr 13
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