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Vacancy Announcement for an Army Instructor Positions at:

IDEA Public Charter School, Washington DC, SAI Position, POC AI, SFC (Ret.) George Bee Principal, Mrs. Nicole McCrae (202) 399-4750
Patapsco High School, Maryland; SAI Position, POC: AI, SFC (Ret.) Ronald Ruff AI, CSM (Ret.) Ronald Stallings Principal, Mr. Craig Reed (410) 887-7066
Jeanerette HS, Jeanerette, LA. POC: Ms. Linda Freeman, 337-276-6038,
Hickory HS, Hickory, NC.POC: LTC (Ret) Channing Moose, 828-322-5860 x1254,
Chapmanville HS, Chapmanville, WV.POC: Ms. Elizabeth Thompson (HR), 304-792-2058,
Logan HS, Logan, WV.POC: Ms. Elizabeth Thompson (HR), 304-792-2058,
Man HS, Manteca, WV. POC: Ms. Elizabeth Thompson (HR), 304-792-2058,
Ronald McNair HS, Stockton, CA. POC: Principal Mark Dawson, (209) 953-9245,
Oakhaven High School, Memphis, TN. POC: LTC (Ret.) Walleon Bobo, DAI, 901-416-9935,
White Station High School, Memphis, TN. POC: LTC (Ret.) Walleon Bobo, DAI, 901-416-9935,
Shelby County Schools Senior Army instructor Positions, Memphis, TN. POC: LTC (Ret.) Walleon Bobo, DAI, 901-416-9935,
Decatur HS JROTC, Decatur, AL. POC: Dr Johnny Berry, 256-552-3045,

Cadets in the News!

Ozark High School Army JROTC Drill Team competed in the Branson Air Force JROTC Multi-Service Drill Meet

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To our Army JROTC Instructors and Cadets, Brigade JROTC staffs, USACC Staff, and all others who visit this web site, Welcome to the New Army JROTC Web Portal.

This web portal opens the door to one of the most successful programs in the world – one that’s oriented towards youth development and success. With more than 1,699 JROTC programs, 314,000 Cadets, 4,000 Instructors, and thousands of supporters, the Army JROTC program emphasizes character education, student achievement, community service, diversity, and giving back to others.

This web portal will provide valuable information to these areas of interest and will feature the following pages:

  • An Overview of JROTC
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