PMS: LTC Kyle Rambo SMI: MSG Dan Perdue

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PMS: LTC Kyle Rambo

SMI: MSG Dan Perdue

WHATS YOUR DEFINITION OF
STRENGTH?


Introductions



Purpose


Why ROTC?



Program Overview


Results


Mentor Linkup

LTC Kyle Rambo

Professor of Military Science
MS IV Instructor

MSG Perdue

SMI / MS III
Instr

Master Fitness Trainer

SFC Wright

MS II Instructor

Training NCO

WO1 Teichman

Recruiting / Enrollment
Officer

CPT Hormann

MS1 Instructor

APMS/XO

Mr. Evans

DA Civilian

Supply Tech

Mrs. Henderson

Executive Secretary

Mrs. Stallbaumer

DA Civilian

Human Resource Asst

1LT
Ziffer

Gold Bar
Recruiter


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.



Weekly Training


Physical Training


Lab


Class


Field Training Exercise (FTX)


Basic Rifle Marksmanship


Squad Tactical Exercise


Land Navigation


FT McCoy


Camp Grayling/Alpena


Time

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday


Friday

0600

0700

0800

0900

1000

1100

1200

1300

1400

1500

1600

1700

0630
-
0730

Physical training

1100
-
1250

MS139
-
01

Class

1500
-

1700

ROTC Lab



0630
-
0730

Physical training

0630
-
0730

Physical training

1300
-
1450

MS139
-
04

Class

1300
-
1450

MS139
-
03

Class

1500
-
1650

MS139
-
02

Class


Volunteering Opportunities


Color Guard


Veteran’s events


Game Ball rappel


Ranger Challenge


Enhanced leadership

skills


Team Building


More Physical Training


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



To assess


Leadership ability


Basic Soldiering proficiency


Required


In order to commission


To compete for Future position as an officer


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)



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


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




Academics


Study Groups


Mentors


Strike a Balance


Physical Training


Physically and mentally tough


Life Style Change (fit for life starts now!)


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

…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