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Great Lakes Naval Base Trip

Tuesday, March 24th, Twelve NJROTC cadets took a trip up to Great Lakes Naval Base in Chicago Illinois. Wednesday, their tour included everything that it takes to become a U.S. Sailor from receiving medical all the way to Battle Stations and the receiving of their Navy ball caps. The twelve cadets were able to view wind turbine engines that power and run a ship and they were able to shoot a 9mm, 240cal, 500cal simulators. Thursday consisted of a visit to the near by Navy Pier. Then, Friday, they were able to watch a Naval graduation conducted by a Major General.

Miami Valley Jr. O Champs 2009

Congratulations to the Orienteering team of David Pepple and Claude Martinho for finishing first in the rookie team division on Saturday 21, 2009. Six cadets participated in the Junior Champs consisting of three teams, two in rookie division and one in varsity division. David, a Junior, and Claude, a Freshmen, finished their given course with a time of 1:39:48. For more information and more results you may visit The Miami Valley Orienteering Club's website under the results page.

Area 3 Drill Meet 2009

Friday, March 13th, 2009, 16 of Greenville's NJROTC cadets left for Central Crossing High School in Grove City Ohio for Academic testing and Physical Fitness competition. The Academic testing consisted of an assortment of questions from the NSI, NSII, NS11 text books and the cadet field manual. Leading the Greenville academic team was cadet Tim Bowers who took 6th in the top academic score. Leading the Physical Fitness team with 136 curl ups was again cadet Tim Bowers. Saturday 14th, 2009, we competed in the Unarmed Drill, Armed Drill, Military Inspection, Colorguard, Unarmed Knockout, and Armed Knockout. Leading the unit was cadet Jeremy Giesseman taking 10th place in Armed individual Knockout.

Valentine Hunt 2009

On Febuary the 14th, 10 NJROTC cadets participated in the Miami Valley Orienteering Club's Valentine Hunt. There were three teams running on the much easier White course, one team on a more advanced Yellow course, and one team on a much advanced Orange course. All teams fineshed under a specific time of two hours.

Grove City Drill Meet 2009

Saturday, January 21st, 2009. Around 25 cadets participated and 22 cadets departed to Grove City Ohio's Drill Competition. Commanding the Unarmed Drill, Armed Drill, and Military Inspection was C/LTJG Jeremy Giessemen along with C/CPO Bowers commanding the Colorguard and C/ENS Adem Long leading the Academic Team. Greenville ended with winner the spirit award.

Pass and Review 08-09

Thursday, on December 11th Greenville NJROTC conducted their Pass and Review along with the Change in Command from C/LCDR Adkins to C/LCDR Melling. Our Inspecting officer of the day was Major Jamieson from the US. Army. At the beginning of the day every cadet fell into three platoons commanded by C/LTJG Giessemen in ALPHA, C/PO1 Vannoy in BRAVO, and C/LTJG Valentine in CHARLIE. Once in platoons each and every cadet was individually inspected on military bearing, personal appearance, and naval knowledge. Upon completion of inspection each platoon was brought up to the stage to get individual pictures, for later purchase by Schmidt Photography, and then were dismissed for chow via platoon. Once finished and formed in platoons on the drill deck each commander reported in and conducted platoon drill. Once all platoons were done and had reported out C/LCDR Adkins handed his command over to C/LCDR Melling by passing the ALPHA Guidon presented by the Command Master Chief C/MCPO Johnston. Afterwards C/LCDR Melling gave the command to Parade the Colors, then each platoon marched counter-clock wise around the deck saluting the former and current CO and then giving the command fallout each platoon exited the gym.

NJROTC Cadets help Cub Scouts

Monday the 1st two cadets helped young cub scouts how to properly fold and hold the American flag. They also showed them how to march with the flags as a color guard. And as they were done the kids got to ask about what the NJROTC uniform meant and about their ribbons and medals.

Central Crossing Drill Meet 2008

Saturday, a some of 30 cadets participated in Central Crossing's Annual Drill Meet. We participated in the Armed and Unarmed IDR drill, Inspection, Colorguard, Exhibition Squad, Marksmanship, PT, Academics, and Armed and Unarmed Knockout. We left GHS at 0445 in the morning and boarded the school bus packed with riffles, flags, and everything needed for the competition. After a two hour long drive we arrived and unpacked with only 45 minutes to spare to get ready to compete in unarmed drill. In the end we ended up bringing home 4th place in Unarmed Knockout award to cadet Valentine.

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