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JROTC Recognition Program

 

Bronze ROTC Medal

Bronze ROTC Medal

The SAR awards the ROTC Medal to foster the principle of the “citizen-soldier”, exemplified by the Minutemen of Revolutionary War days. This award is presented by our Chapter to ROTC or JROTC cadets who are selected for having a high degree of merit with respect to leadership qualities, military bearing and general excellence. The recipients are selected by the Commanding Officer of the ROTC or JROTC unit and presented by members of the Chapter.

Authorized in 1933, the ROTC award is presented by a Chapter, a State Society, or the National Society to ROTC or JROTC cadets who are selected for having a high degree of merit with respect to leadership qualities, military bearing and general excellence. The recipients are selected by the Commanding Officer of the ROTC or JROTC unit. The SAR ROTC Medal is approved by the United States Army, the United States Navy, the United States Marine Corps, and the United States Air Force.

Each service has notified its ROTC and JROTC units of this approval and has authorized presentation to its cadets or midshipmen. Each SAR chapter may select an Outstanding JROTC Cadet and enter that Cadet into the State Society's Outstanding JROTC Cadet program. The winner of the State competition will be entered into the National Outstanding JROTC Recognition program. For more information please visit the National JROTC webpage.

 

 

2014 Award Recipients

 

Compatriot Carl Loveland presenting the SAR JROTC Medal to Cadet Rulona at South Lakes High School on 14 May, 2014.

Compatriot Carl Loveland presenting the SAR JROTC Medal to Cadet Rulona at South Lakes High School on 14 May, 2014.

Compatriot Mark Anderson presenting the SAR JROTC Medal to Cadet Burkey at Loudoun County High School on 29 May, 2014.

Compatriot Mark Anderson presenting the SAR JROTC Medal to Cadet Burkey at Loudoun County High School on 29 May, 2014.

 

Compatriot Dan Rolph presenting the SAR JROTC Medal to Cadet Solomon at Herndon High School on 16 May, 2014.

Compatriot Dan Rolph presenting the SAR JROTC Medal to Cadet Solomon at Herndon High School on 16 May, 2014.

President Bill Price presenting the SAR JROTC Medal to Cadet Gabriel Berrios at Chantilly High School on 10 May, 2014.

President Bill Price presenting the SAR JROTC Medal to Cadet Gabriel Berrios at Chantilly High School on 10 May, 2014.

 

 

 

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