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            Cadet R. Taylor   Cadet Commander:  CLTC Raina A. Taylor                              Cadet Taylor  Cadet Executive  officer:  CMAJ  Samuel J. Taylor          

           CCSM  Cadet Sergeant Major:  CCSM ian blanchette                 Cadet Jeremy Fenn  S1:  CCPT Jeremy Fenn

          Cadet Lawler1    S2: CCPT Dillion lawler                                                                       Cadet Jon Fenn  S3:  CCPT Jon fenn                                                                         

        Cadet Choi   S4: CCPT Harrison Choi                                                            Cadet Young  S5:  CCPT Kaitlin Young

        Galland   S8: CCPT Corinne Galland                                                                    Vasquez    Nurse mentor:  ccpt mikayla e. vasquez        

MSIII Cadet Company

Experience the Camaraderie of ROTC

When you become a part of Army ROTC, you're not just working toward a diploma, but an even brighter future as a leader alongside other motivated Cadets. But make no mistake, you're a student first. You'll have a college schedule like your fellow students, but you'll also receive classroom and field courses that will challenge and excite you. Beyond that, you can take part in events and activities with fellow Cadets that will make your college experience even better.


Training and Curriculum

See the kind of hands-on experience ROTC Cadets receive. Whether it's in the classroom or in the field, your leadership training will benefit you more than you thought possible.




Cadets from University of Utah, Weber State and University Southern Utah conducted a Joint Field Training Exercise on 4-5 November 2016.  This event is primarily designed to prepare third-year cadets for their upcoming capstone event this summer at Fort Knox, KY.  Cadets participated in training events such as day and night land navigation, platoon patrolling techniques, weapons maintenance and squad situation training exercises such as reacting to an ambush and direct enemy fire.  The next step is Cadet Leadership Course (CLC), a 29 day course that trains ROTC cadets to Army standards, develops their leadership skills and evaluates their officer potential.  

Last Updated: 1/19/17