Alexander JROTC Achieves Honor

Honor Unit with Distinction is the highest award an Army JROTC program can achieve worldwide.

The JROTC Battalion completed their Formal Inspection, conducted by 6th Brigade, Cadet Command on Feb. 3 and achieved the prestigious award “Honor Unit with Distinction.” 

This is the highest award an Army JROTC program can achieve worldwide. Led by Lt. Col. Sharon Franklin and 1st Sgt. Mark Arnold, the cadets of the Alexander Cougar Battalion demonstrated their knowledge of the curriculum, operating procedures, drill and ceremony, and leadership capabilities.  

Cadet Lt. Col. Terrence Thomas, cadet Maj. Colin Pothoff and cadet Command Sgt. Maj. Trever Latham lead the cadets.

The JROTC mission is, “To motivate young people to be better citizens.”

Tammy Arbogast February 17, 2012 at 11:34 PM
My nephew is Colin Pothoff. He is an amazing young man and I appreciate all that has been done for him through this program. Congratulations to everyone! You are the future of America's safety. Thank you for showing the American Spirit and having the discipline to attain this amazing honor!
Gloria Rudd February 19, 2012 at 01:45 AM
Congratulations Colin and thank you for serving us and your country...we will be praying for you!!!!


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