Photos from the Sgt. Maj. (Ret.) Paul C. Gray Army JROTC Memorial Invitational


Photo credit: U.S. Army Cadet Command Public Affairs

U.S. Army Cadet Command hosted the Sgt. Maj. (Ret.) Paul C. Gray JROTC Memorial Invitational, March 10-11, at Hardin County Schools in Radcliff, Ky. More than 150 teams traveled from across five different states to compete in one of the largest Army JROTC competitions in the country featuring drill, academics, air rifles, drone racing, and robotics events.

Robotics event at the Sgt. Maj. (Ret.) Paul C. Gray Army JROTC Memorial Invitational (photo credit: U.S. Army Cadet Command Public Affairs)
Drill event at the Sgt. Maj. (Ret.) Paul C. Gray Army JROTC Memorial Invitational (photo credit: U.S. Army Cadet Command Public Affairs)
Archery event at the Sgt. Maj. (Ret.) Paul C. Gray Army JROTC Memorial Invitational (photo credit: U.S. Army Cadet Command Public Affairs)
U.S. Army Cadet Command Commanding General, Major General Antonio (Andy) Munera, meets 7th Brigade Cadets at the Sgt. Maj. (Ret.) Paul C. Gray Army JROTC Memorial Invitational (photo credit: U.S. Army Cadet Command Public Affairs)
Drone event at the Sgt. Maj. (Ret.) Paul C. Gray Army JROTC Memorial Invitational (photo credit: U.S. Army Cadet Command Public Affairs)
Kirby High School Army JROTC Cadet C’Azia Hamilton, from Memphis, Tenn., was awarded the Medal of Heroism, the highest honor awardable to an Army ROTC or JROTC Cadet, during the Sgt. Maj. (Ret.) Paul C. Gray Memorial Invitational (photo credit: U.S. Army Cadet Command Public Affairs)

Published - FRAGO 3 to USACC OPORD 24-02-008 JROTC National Raider Challenge 051200(EST)JUL24

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