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Army JROTC National Competitions & Events:


U.S Army Cadet Command JROTC National Drill Championships:
This one-day competition serves as the Official Army JROTC National Drill Championships. Army JROTC units will be nominated to attend by every Brigade. The number of Brigade entries will be based on the overall size of each brigade, as well as the ranked competitive strength of the teams. Schools looking to enter should contact their Brigade ASAP for entry details. Please go to the event website for event details. This event will bring together the finest Army JROTC drill units annually. Roughly 45-50 Armed and the same number of Unarmed drill units will compete within Inspection, Regulation Drill, Color Guard, and Exhibition Drill to capture the title as the finest Army JROTC Drill & Ceremony unit. Hotel listings, score sheet, drill floor layouts, event SOP, and other items are currently located on the official event homepage listed below. Schools should register as soon as they are nominated and certain they are attending.

US Army National Raider Championships:
November  4-6 2016– MOLENA, GEORGIA
This two-day competition serves as BOTH the official Army JROTC Raider Championships as well as an all-service competition the day prior for teams that are not currently at the level to compete with the best Army teams in the Nation. The U.S. Army Cadet Command JROTC National Raider Championships annually attract many of the best Male, Female and Mixed competition Raider teams from across the country. The best of the best Army JROTC programs compete at the Lawhorn Scouting Base, a quality facility with on-site tenting, showers, meals and other items needed for a first-class event. This event hosts Army Raider programs from 50 schools bringing roughly 80 teams and over 1,200 cadets , packing the competition site from morning to night! Teams looking to attend are generally accepted on an earliest sign-up basis with entries beginning on 1 June each year. Go directly to the event website for details!


National High School Drill Team Championships:
Challenge Level/OLCG: Friday, 5 May, 2017
Masters Level: Saturday & Sunday, 6-7 May, 2017
Daytona Beach, Florida
This competition serves as the Army sponsored all-service JROTC National Drill Championships. Roughly 200+ schools will be attending this competition from 35 states. Event maintains both a Masters Level (larger, most competitive schools) and a Challenge Level (smaller, less competitive schools) competitions to provide the fairest competition possible, regardless of the size of your program. Both Armed & Unarmed competition is available within Inspection, Regulation Drill, Color Guard, and Exhibition Drill (both solo/dual as well as Squad/Platoon events). ALL SCHOOL ARE ELIGIBLE TO APPLY FOR ENTRY - MUST ENTER BY COMPLETING THE ON-LINE REGISTRATION FORM AND SUBMITTING THIS TO EVENT MANAGER SPORTS NETWORK INTERNATIONAL BEGINNING IN OCTOBER. Interested schools must register on-line no later than FRIDAY, 9 DECEMBER as competition slots will be gone as the event approaches.


Nationals Drill Camp:
Sunday, 09 July to Saturday 15 July 2017 - TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY - COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS
This seven-day drill camp functions as a high-speed, high-intensity training week for all things regarding military drill. Held for both cadets and instructors looking to have a better, safer and more competitive drill program, the Nationals Drill Camp is run by many of the highest performing JROTC drill & ceremony figures in the world to teach details, tips, tricks and insights that make competition drill a fantastic, high visibility activity to feature within your JROTC program. Hosted by Sports Network International, the 30-year Event Managers of the National High School Drill Team Championships have the expertise, commitment and drive to advance your program exponentially with their unique training techniques in just one week. Along with specific, hands-on training in EACH area of competition drill, all attendees will learn in detail about drill safety, routine configuration/execution, leadership training, judging specifics, drill manual adherence and many other vital issues.

USACC JROTC Air Rifle Championships:
8-10 February 2017 (tentative date) - CMP West – TBD
15-17 February 2017 (tentative date) - CMP South – Air Rifle Range – ANNISTON, ALABAMA
15-17 February 2017 (tentative date) - PORT CLINTON, OHIO
The Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) proudly invites the top junior cadets from around the country to compete for the highest honors at the 2016 JROTC Three-Position National Championships, held at the CMP South Competition Center in Anniston, Ala. Air rifle athletes from Army, Navy, Marine Corps and Air Force JROTC (Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps) units will compete together in order to establish who has the right to be called National Champions.

USACC National Air Rifle Championships:
22-24 March 2017 - CMP South – ANNISTON, ALABAMA
The National Three Position Air Rifle Championship is a three day event for sporter and precision air rifle shooting.  Each competition day is a new opportunity for athletes.  The first competition is the National 3PAR Junior Olympic Championships followed by the CMP National 3PAR Championship.  All shooters are welcome to fire in both competitions,  regardless of how the team or individual qualified.

JLAB Resident Competition:
2016-2017 Academic & Leadership Bowls - College Options Foundation

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