NJROTC aces annual military inspection, pass-in-review

The William Floyd High School NJROTC recently had their Annual Military Inspection and Pass-in-Review, a yearly event used to evaluate the progress of military studies as an NJROTC cadet. This year’s evaluator, Commander Jimmie Miller, (USN/Ret.), NJROTC Area 4 Manager, reviewed cadet knowledge of current events, uniform wear, cadet manual guidelines and knowledge of current events, operations, supply and public affairs. Cadets also had the opportunity to demonstrate their platoon drill routine and armed drill performance. The William Floyd NJROTC unit passed with flying colors!

NJROTC aces annual military inspection, pass-in-review
The 2017-2018 William Floyd High School NJROTC cadets and their instructors, (first row, far left) Commander Jay Tweed (USN/ Ret.) and (first row, second from right) Senior Chief Dwight Becherer (USN/Ret.) are pictured with Area 4 Manager, Commander Jimmie Miller (far right).

The William Floyd High School NJROTC received the “Distinguished Unit” Award for NJROTC Area 4 twice in the last three years, an honor which is among the highest designations a unit can receive. Additionally, they have garnered seven Unit Achievement Awards over the past 11 years. There are 62 JROTC units in Area 4, which comprises the northeastern part of the United States – Connecticut, Delaware, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island – as well as units in Italy and Spain.

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