Official Army JROTC Social Media Pages:
Follow, like posts, and share your JROTC content!
You can also share your news stories to be posted on this website: https://www.usarmyjrotc.com/cadet-news/
U.S. Army JROTC Social Media Rules of Engagement
- Be Engaged. Respond to messages and comments. This is two-way communication!
- Be Professional. Creativity is encouraged, but remember, you still represent the Army and its values!
- Be Public. All official social media accounts must be public.
- Be Official. Social media accounts must link to a valid official U.S. Army website or your JROTC program’s official .edu webpage.
- Be Secure. Do not share PII, FOUO, HIPPA or classified information.
- Be Appropriate. Do not use profanity. No alcohol, tobacco or drugs; no inappropriate attire, pornography or sexual references.
- Be Legal. Do not use protected material (copyright and trademark), know when to seek permission.
- Be Neutral. Do not endorse or promote outside businesses, groups, or products.
- Be Apolitical. Do not share political posts, endorse political candidates, or follow partisan political accounts.
- AII U.S. Army Junior ROTC Cadets and Instructors will adhere to proper wear and appearance of uniforms per Cadet Command Regulation 145-2.
- Posts will adhere to USACC Social Media SOP. Postings must not cause embarrassment or harm to the organization or send a message that conflicts with organizational messages.
- Posts will be moderated to reflect the diversity of the U.S. Army JROTC program Cadets, curriculum, cocurricular events, and community service projects.
- Questions on post quality or authorization will be directed to the Chief of Training & Operations and/or U.S. Army Cadet Command PAO.
- JROTC Training & Operations: firstname.lastname@example.org
- USACC PAO: email@example.com
- Highlight outstanding Cadets & Cadre. Recognize Cadets & Cadre who go above and beyond both inside and outside the classroom.
- Highlight Army JROTC opportunities. Acknowledge the education, benefits, travel, etc. that is available and use the platforms to attach reliable links that will direct Cadets to more information.
- Highlight Army JROTC Alumni. Show their successes and scholarships.
- THINK. What message am I communicating/trying to communicate and who may potentially view it?
- TYPE. Are my messages and captions engaging and are they consistent with our U.S. Army Values?
- POST. Does the post’s content and message demonstrate dignity and respect for self and others?
Accounts to Tag
Facebook Accounts to Tag: @USarmy @GoArmy @armytradoc @ArmyROTC @armyjrotcofficial @1stBrigadeRotc @thefreedombrigade @3RDROTCBRIGADE @4thBrigadeRotc @5thbrigadearmyrotc @6thBdeArmyROTC @7thBrigade.ROTC @MAGNIFICENT7THJROTCBDE @8BDEArmyROTC Instagram Accounts to tag: @usarmy @goarmy @usarmytradoc @CG_ArmyROTC @dcg_armyrotc @ArmyROTC @armyjrotcofficial @1stbrigadearmyrotc @thefreedombrigade @3rdrotcbrigade @4thbrigaderotc @5th_brigade_army_rotc @6thbrigadearmyrotc @7thbrigade @8bdearmyrotc
JROTC Hashtags: #ArmyJROTC #LeadershipExcellence #ArmyJROTCAlumni #JROTC JROTC EVENTS: #ArmyJROTCDrill #RaiderChallenge #ArmyScholarship #TheNationals #JLAB #ArmyNDTC #Robotics #Cyber #STEM CAMPAIGN HASHTAGS: #TopCadetTuesday #CadetOfTheWeek #DiversityIsOurStrength #KnowYourMilMonday #MotivationMonday #FitnessFriday #DecideToLead
If you have hashtags you would like approved, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Army JROTC Branding
- U.S. Army JROTC programs are prohibited from altering the official U.S. Army Logo, the U.S. Army Cadet Command Logo, and the U.S. Army JROTC Patch Logo due to copyright restrictions.
- U.S. Army JROTC Programs are prohibited from using the Cadet Command logo for fundraising.
- U.S. Army JROTC programs will be authorized to use the U.S. Army JROTC “classic” Logo for thumbnails, profile pictures, social media accounts, program level webpages, educational materials, and program-level social media accounts.
Download the JROTC Logo: