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Northern Michigan University Army ROTC Overview . PMS: LTC Kyle Rambo SMI: MSG Dan Perdue. The Wildcat Battalion . WHATS YOUR DEFINITION OF STRENGTH?. AGENDA . Introductions Purpose Why ROTC? Program Overview Results Mentor Linkup. LTC Kyle Rambo

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Northern Michigan University Army ROTC Overview

PMS: LTC Kyle Rambo

SMI: MSG Dan Perdue

The Wildcat Battalion



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AGENDA

  • Introductions

  • Purpose

    • Why ROTC?

  • Program Overview

  • Results

  • Mentor Linkup


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LTC Kyle Rambo

Professor of Military Science MS IV Instructor

MSG Perdue

SMI / MS III Instr

Master Fitness Trainer

Mrs. Stallbaumer

DA Civilian

Human Resource Asst

SFC Wright

MS II Instructor

Training NCO

WO1 Teichman

Recruiting / Enrollment Officer

Introductions

Mrs. Henderson

Executive Secretary

CPT Hormann

MS1 Instructor

APMS/XO

1LT Ziffer

Gold Bar Recruiter

Mr. Evans

DA Civilian

Supply Tech


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MISSION

  • 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.

  • 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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THE PROGRAM

  • Weekly Training

    • Physical Training

    • Lab

    • Class

  • Field Training Exercise (FTX)

    • Basic Rifle Marksmanship

    • Squad Tactical Exercise

    • Land Navigation

  • FT McCoy

  • Camp Grayling/Alpena


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A TYPICAL WEEK FOR ROTC

0630-0730

Physical training

0630-0730

Physical training

0630-0730

Physical training

1100-1250

MS139-01

Class

1300-1450

MS139-03

Class

1300-1450

MS139-04

Class

1500-1650

MS139-02

Class

1500-

1700

ROTC Lab


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THE PROGRAM

  • Volunteering Opportunities

    • Color Guard

    • Veteran’s events

    • Game Ball rappel

  • Ranger Challenge

    • Enhanced leadership skills

    • Team Building

    • More Physical Training


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SUMMER TRAINING RESULTS

  • 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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LEADER’S DEVELOPMENT ASSESSMENT COURSE (LDAC)

  • To assess

    • Leadership ability

    • Basic Soldiering proficiency

  • Required

    • In order to commission

    • To compete for Future position as an officer


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LDAC RESULTS

  • 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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SUMMER SCHOOLS

  • Airborne

    • 2 Weeks long

    • 5 Jumps to get qualified

  • Air Assault

    • 2 weeks long

    • 12 Mile foot March to graduate

  • Cadet Troop Leadership training

    • Shadow a LT in the real Army

    • 3-4 weeks long


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LEADERS TRAINING COURSE

  • 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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HOW WE SUCCEED…

  • Academics

    • Study Groups

    • Mentors

    • Strike a Balance

  • Physical Training

    • Physically and mentally tough

    • Life Style Change (fit for life starts now!)


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ROTC Summer Training


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BENEFITS OF ROTC

  • Personal

    • Discipline- Task oriented and driven to do the hard right

    • Fitness- Mentally and physically tough

    • Leadership- Expect to lead large organizations

  • Economic

    • Scholarship- Tuiti0n and fees paid for

    • $1200 a semester for books

    • $350 per month stipend

    • Employment- Guaranteed j0b


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TRAIN TO LEAD…

…Soldiers, Communities and companies

Dignity and Respect

Most respected occupation in the country

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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