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More About GWHS JROTC
The U.S. Army Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (JROTC) is one of the largest character development and citizenship programs for youth in the world. The National Defense Act of 1916 established organized JROTC programs at public and private educational institutions. In 1964, Congress expanded the program to all military services and changed from active duty to shared support from the services and schools. As congressionally mandated by Title 10 United States Code, Section 2031, each military service must have a JROTC program to "instill in students in United States secondary educational institutions the values of citizenship, service to the United States, and personal responsibility and a sense of accomplishment." JROTC’s mission, "To Motivate Young People to be Better Citizens", is the guide post for the program’s success.
Support our Battalion
If you are a student or staff at GWHS interested, the GWHS JROTC Warriors' Battalion has paired up with W5 Productions located in Mongmong-Toto-Maite to create a specialized T-Shirt fit for physical training and supporting our battalion. The shirt is a sleek and comfy Dri-fit short sleeve repping our very own logo, battalion name, and a CHamoru' phrase which translates to 'Land of the Warriors'. Your purchase of 25$ will be used for the cadets and directed to future events for our battalion. You can purchase the shirt at the ROTC building (E102) from 1ST SGT Weaver for 25$.
Meet the Team
Meet our Top Three
JROTC Cadets start at the LET I level (Leadership, Education, and Training, Level One) and progress to the LET IV level. Attached below is direct links to the LET Service Textbooks for each level. Please check them out, if you're interested in what is taught in JROTC classes or download and use if you are a JROTC Cadet who has fallen behind on an assignment and needs catching up. Everything from flag folding to first aid can be referenced in the textbooks given.
The most recent event our battalion participated in was the Cadet Challenge. The purpose of the event was to evaluate the physical capabilities of our cadets through multiple strenuous physical training exercises.