The JROTC (Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps) Program prepares students for responsible leadership roles while making them aware of their rights, responsibilities and privileges as American citizens. The program is stimulus for promoting graduation from high school, and it provides instruction and rewarding opportunities which will benefit the student, community, and nation. The program also teaches basic military subjects such as first aid, map reading, military courtesy and customs, respect for the flag and nation, marching drill and ceremonies, rifle manual of arms, and staff functions and procedures. The program is open to students considering careers in law enforcement, fire protection, and military service. The career tech student organization for JROTC (Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps).
JROTC courses LET I, LET II, LET III, & LET IV are offered at both Central High School and Calhoun High School.
Hello Everyone. My name is MSG Bruce Reeves. I was born in Westchester, Younkers, but I was raised in Montgomery, AL. I served over 31 years in the military, it was a great experience that taught me a lot about life and dealing with all different ethnics. I served 2 tours in Iraq-Desert Storm (1990-1991) and Operational Iraqi Freedom (2006-2007). I obtained my Business Administration Degree from Faulkner University in 2018.
It has been an honor and a pleasure while working as a JROTC Instructor since Feb 3,2020 here at Central Hayneville High School. We have different levels of cadets in JROTC. Let 1’s, Let 2’s, Let 3’s and Let 4’s. The Let’1’s are our first year cadets. They are actually going through the acclimation of JROTC, learning how to march which is part of drill and ceremonies, developing leadership skills and overall discipline traits. let 2’s- 2nd year, let 3’s- 3rd year and Let 4’s- 4 year cadets.
JROTC, which stands for Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps, in my personal opinion…is an excellent program for any student to learn life-long lessons skills that can make a huge impact on their lives after graduating from high school.
Greetings, I am SGM Lenora White a native of Chicago, Illinois, who is a Retired Army Sergeant Major. I spent 28 years in the United States Army and I have been an Army JROTC Instructor for eight years. I am a Combat Army Veteran, who has deployed on three different occasions. In addition, I hold a Masters of Art in Management and Leadership from Webster University, BA in Criminal Justice from Troy University and I am a Certified Teacher. I was pursuing and almost finish another Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Troy University. I only had two classes left, before I started my internship, but I had to take a break from the program. My military awards and decorations include the Legion of Merit, the Bronze Star Medal, the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, two Meritorious Service Medal, seven Army Commendation Medals, two Army Achievement Medals, and numerous service awards. I have also been awarded the Army Instructor Certificate, the Recruiters Gold Badge, Recruiter Ring, and Glen E. Morrell Award/Medallion for Recruiting Excellence and the Air Assault Badge. I am also a member of the Honorable Order of Saint Barbara.
During my time in the military, while I was stationed at Fort Cavazos, Texas formally known as Fort Hood, Texas, I became a female mentor for my son’s Army JROTC Program. This is where I found my passion to teach, coach, and become an Army JROTC Instructor. I truly love motivating young people to become better citizens. It doesn’t matter if they go to a four-year college, go to technical school or join the military, as long as these scholars are productive members of our community, that is success to me!! I am an active member of several organizations; Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, Kappa Epsilon Psi Military Sorority, Incorporated, Shaaban Court #126, Oasis of Montgomery, Desert of Alabama, and I am the Coordinator for the Autauga Democratic Conference
CW3 Martin is a retired U.S. Army CH-47D (Chinook) Pilot-In-Command, with a specialized track as an Aviation Safety Officer. The mission of Army Aviation is to find, fix, and destroy the enemy through fire and maneuver; and to provide combat, combat service and combat service support in coordinated operations as an integral member of the combined arms team. CW3 Martin most recently served as the Senior Army Instructor (JROTC) for Francis L. Cardozo Education Campus, Washington, DC.
CW3 Martin was originally commissioned as a n Aviation Warrant Officer and served in a variety of Aviation assignments before retiring in 2008. Those assignments included Company Supply Officer, Company Budget Officer, Company Aviation Life Support Equipment (ALSE) Officer, Company HAZMAT Officer, Company Ground Safety Officer, Company Safety Officer, Airfield Safety Officer, Battalion Safety Officer, CH-47D Day-Night-Night Vision Goggle (D/N/NVG), Flight-Lead Pilot-In-Command (PIC), Certified United States Army Instructor, and Aviation Accident Investigator. His tours of duty include South Korea, Hawaii, Southwest Asia (Iraq), Afghanistan, Pakistan, Fort Bliss, Texas, Fort Campbell, Kentucky, Hunter Army Airfield, Georgia, and Fort Rucker, Alabama.
CW3 Martin achieved the Aviation Designation of Senior Army Aviator, because of his education and experience in employment, deployment and support of unified and multinational forces.