A team of 11 cadets from the University of Virginia’s Army ROTC program placed fifth among 20 schools in the 4th Brigade Ranger Challenge, held Oct. 16-19 at Fort Pickett near Blackstone.
Army ROTC cadets are offered the opportunity to complete challenging training courses such as the Basic Airborne Course in Ft. Benning, Georgia.
CDT Miles Kirwin from the Cavalier Battalion completes the Army Physical Fitness Test at the Army’s Leadership Development and Assessment Course in Ft. Lewis, Washington.
During Field Training Exercises cadets learn valuable skills such as basic rappelling techniques.
Cadets complete a Leadership Reaction Course, an obstacle course designed to test individual leadership ability and problem-solving skills in a time-sensitive environment.
Cadets complete a Hand Grenade Assault Course at Ft. Lewis, Washington.
Night Land Navigation is a test of will, courage, and determination.
UVa Army ROTC enjoys a proud history of excellence. Here Cadet Aimee Moores receives an award upon the completion of the Leadership Development and Assessment Course.
The men and women in Army ROTC have the opportunity to push themselves beyond the limits of a typical college experience by participating in courses such as Air Assault School.
Land Navigation is designed to develop confidence and self-sufficiency in each Army ROTC cadet.