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    Army ROTC Cadet Summer Training

    4 Featured Videos

    Making the Right Call

    Making the Right Call

    07.06.24 | USACC PAO | USACC-ROTC
    Cadets Grant Eckerson and Dominic Bloedorn, 4th Regiment, Advanced Camp, participate in Field Training Exercise Panther on Fort Knox, Ky. Cadets...
    Navigating Generations

    Navigating Generations

    06.26.24 | USACC PAO | USACC-ROTC
    Cadet Hunter Clark of 4th Regiment, Advanced Camp, shares his family history as the 5th generation in the military and how he was prepared for the...
    Combat Craft

    Combat Craft

    06.15.24 | USACC PAO | USACC-ROTC
    Cadets Colby Snow and Matthew Marchione discuss the purpose and success strategies of Warrior Skills Training at Fort Knox, Ky., on June 15, 2024....
    Training the Trainers | OC/T Academy | CST 2024

    Training the Trainers | OC/T Academy |...

    06.05.24 | USACC PAO | USACC-ROTC
    Cadre from the 1st Regiment partake in marksmanship exercises on June 6, 2024 for the fourth day of training with the Observer Coach Training...
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    6th Regiment, Advanced Camp, First Aid | CST 2024

    6th Regiment, Advanced Camp, First Aid |...

    07.09.24 | USACC PAO | USACC-ROTC
    Cadet Matthew Bradberry from Texas A&M University with 6th Regiment, Advanced Camp undergoes First Aid training and testing in a field setting on...
    Cadets face the Confidence Course at Cadet Summer Training

    Cadets face the Confidence Course at...

    07.01.24 | USACC PAO | USACC-ROTC
    Cadet Luc Buth, from Niagara University with 5th Regiment, Advanced Camp, climbs down a rope net obstacle at The Confidence Course on Fort Knox,...
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    2 Featured Stories

    Emergency Ready

    07.10.24 | USACC PAO | USACC-ROTC
    FORT KNOX, KENTUCKY– In emergencies, panic is a luxury Soldiers cannot afford. From gaping gunshot wounds and blistering burns to obliterated bones and traumatic brain injuries, emergency first aid response is imperative to saving a life. First-aid training transforms Cadet Henry Rehr, James Madison University, from a college student into someone prepared to act in a medical emergency.

    Be the Change

    07.03.24 | Courtesy Story | USACC-ROTC
    According to the National Institute of Health, over 41% of veterans were found to have a potential need for mental health care. Among service members, post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, anxiety and substance abuse are the most common mental health disorders. Cadet Aaliyah Buford, 6th Regiment, Advanced Camp, from East Carolina University, is just beginning her time at Cadet Summer Training. She remains steadfast on her goals and...