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Army ROTC. Red Raider Battalion. Guns Up!!!. Our Corps. Corps Size: 100 – 120 Cadets Organized into Two- Three Platoons Composition 76% 4-year normal progression 17% Veteran & prior military service 7% 2-year junior year entry

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army rotc
Army ROTC

Red Raider Battalion

Guns Up!!!

our corps
Our Corps
  • Corps Size: 100 – 120 Cadets
  • Organized into Two- Three Platoons
  • Composition
    • 76% 4-year normal progression
    • 17% Veteran & prior military service
    • 7% 2-year junior year entry
  • Our mission: To commission high-quality Second Lieutenants for the US Army.
  • Annual Commissions: 12-15
  • Designated 12th ROTC Brigade Flagship Program
distinguished alumni campus vips
Distinguished Alumni & Campus VIPs

General (ret.) Richard Cavazos

Lieutenant

General

Robert Clark

Major

General (ret.)

Walter Huffman

leader development program
Leader Development Program
  • Military Science I MILS 1101 & 1102 Freshmen
    • Foundations of Officership: Intro to Army officer profession, military leadership, and basic military skills. Time management & physical fitness. Survey of pre-commissioning program.
  • Military Science II MILS 2201 & 2202 Sophomore
    • Individual Leadership Studies: Intro to decision-making and group processes related to military leadership. Focus on character develipment, role of the officer, and Army values.
  • Military Science III MILS 3301 & 3302 Juniors
    • Leadership & Problem Solving: Preparation for summer completion of Leader Development & Assessment Course (LDAC) at Ft. Lewis, WA. Emphasis on small-unit tactics, troop leading procedures, field training, and basic soldiering skills
  • Military Science IV MILS 4301 & 4302 Seniors
    • Officership: Focus on transition from cadet to Second Lieutenant with intro to military law and ethics, leadership case studies, hands-on practice sessions, and a Senior Leadership Project.

No

Obligation

BASIC

COURSE

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ADVANCED

COURSE

Summer – LDAC (39 days Ft. Lewis)

fall field training exercise
Fall Field Training Exercise
  • Macy’s Ranch (Post, TX)
    • M-16 Marksmanship Range
    • Rappelling
    • Day & Night Land Navigation
    • Squad Tactics Lanes
    • Platoon Patrolling
    • Paintball
spring field training exercise
Spring Field Training Exercise
  • Fort Sill, Oklahoma
    • Use of Basic Training Facility
    • Brigade Mini-Camp (Juniors)
    • Combat Obstacle Course
    • M203 Grenade Launcher
    • Leadership Reaction Course
    • Barracks Orientation
    • Treadwell Tower
    • M-16 Range
second lieutenant
Second Lieutenant

MS I

MS II $350 Contract - Optional

MS III $450 Contract - Required

MS IV $500

Monthly Stipend

Active or

Reserve Duty

15 Career Branches

www.branchorientation.com

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Second Lieutenant

16 Career Branches

www.branchorientation.com

  • Infantry
  • Armor
  • Field Artillery
  • Engineer
  • Aviation
  • Military Intelligence
  • Military Police
  • Quartermaster
  • Nurse Corps
  • Signal
  • Chemical
  • Medical Service Corps
  • Ordnance
  • Transportation
  • Finance
  • Adjutant General
why army service
Why Army Service?
  • Annual starting salary $37,000 (includes tax-free housing and food allowance)
  • Excellent pay raises - $59,562 within 4 years (CPT)
  • Full medical and dental coverage for self & family
  • 30-days paid vacation each year
  • Army Tuition Assistance for Master’s Degree
  • Access to commissary & post exchange
  • Thrift Savings Plan
  • 20-year retirement plan at nearly 45% of end salary
  • Resume enhancement – think Colin Powell & Sam Walton
  • Veteran’s benefits & hiring preferences

SERVICE TO YOUR COUNTRY

MAKE A DIFFERENCE

extra curricular activities
Extra-curricular Activities
  • Ranger Challenge Team & Ranger Company
  • Adventure Training
  • Infantry Skills
  • Military Skills Competition with 22 other ROTC Programs
  • Ranked 6th Place in 2005

10K Road March – Army Physical Fitness Test – Land Navigation

One-Rope Bridge – Patrolling – M-16 – Grenade Assault Course

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Extra-curricular Activities
  • Pershing Rifles
  • Grey Scouts
  • Recreational & Competitive Marksmanship Team
  • US Army Small Arms Competition 2004 (team captain ranked #1 individual overall)
  • Military Honor Society
  • Color Guard
  • Individual & Squad Exhibition Drill

AirSoft M-16 – Paintball –

M-16 Marksmanship Trainers

AirSoft M-16 – Paintball –

M-16 Marksmanship Trainers

summer training
Summer Training
  • Airborne School
  • Air Assault School
  • Cadet Troop Leadership Training (CTLT)
  • Northern Warfare Training Course
  • Mountain Warfare School
  • Combat Survival Training
  • United Kingdom Officer Training Camp
  • Cadet Field Training (West Point)
  • Robin Sage OPFOR
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Fun
  • Military Balls
  • Dining Out
  • Cadet Socials
  • Commander’s Cup
  • Alumni Events
  • Football Game Support
  • Trips
scholarship benefits
Scholarship Benefits
  • We offer 2 & 3-year ROTC Scholarships
  • Pre-nursing students – 4 year Sch. opportunities
  • 100% Tuition & Required Fees
  • (or Room & Board payment option – NEW!)
  • Annual Textbook Allowance - $900
  • Monthly Stipend ($300/freshman - $500/senior)
scholarship selection
Scholarship Selection
  • Key: Scholar, Athlete, & Leader
  • On-campus Performance
      • First semester GPA (3.0 and above) with strong APFT score
      • Participation in ROTC events & physical training
      • Demonstrated desire to become an Army officer
  • Personal Interview with Prof. of Military Science
  • DoDMERB Medical Exam
  • Army Height/Weight Standards
  • Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT)
      • Administered by Senior ROTC Department
      • 3 Events: Push-ups, Sit-ups, & 2-mile run
  • Scholarship Board: January – March
  • Scholarship Selection: April – May
how to enroll
How to Enroll
  • Freshmen MILS 1101
  • Sophomores MILS 1101 & 2201 (compress)
  • Juniors MILS 3301 (AEO)

Location: Room 351 or 377, 3rd Floor, Business Admin. Bldg.

Leadership Lab: Thursdays, 3:30 – 4:50 (attached to each class; no credit)

Textbooks: Provided free to all freshmen & sophomores

Uniforms & Equipment: Issued from our Supply Room during 1st two weeks (free)

MS I

MILS 1101-001 Wed 12:00-12:50

MILS 1101-002 Wed 4:00-4:50

MILS 1101-501 Lab Thurs 3:30-4:50 (all class sections)

MS II

MILS 2201-001 Mon/Wed 10:00-10:50

MILS 2201-002 Mon/Wed 11:00-11:50

MILS 2201-501 Lab Thurs 3:30-4:50 (all class sections)

MS III

MILS 3301-001 Tues/Thurs 9:30-10:50

MILS 3301-501 Lab Thurs 3:00-4:50 (all class sections)

other information
Other Information
  • Open to all majors
  • No obligation until Junior year
  • In-state tuition for contracted cadets
  • Required counseling with instructors
  • Simultaneous Membership Program (SMP)
  • Physical fitness program
  • Departmental incentive scholarships