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James Madison University Army ROTC

Proudly producing Army Officers since 1974

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"Knowledge is Liberty"

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In the beginning...

JMU Cadets take aim during weapons training on the M60 machine gun(1978)

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Tactical Decision Making

Cadet Summer Training at Fort Knox, Kentucky

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Keep pushing forward!

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Team Building

Leader Reaction Course (LRC)

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Ranger Group at USMA

JMU Ranger Group at the Sandhurst International Competition at the United States Military Academy at West Point

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Go Dukes!

JMU graduates display their JMU pride while stationed overseas!

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Cannon Crew... Standing By!

Home football game tradition...

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Rappelling off of Eagle Hall

High above Bridgeforth Stadium, Cadets test their abilities and confidence rappelling down 104 feet.

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Military Staff Ride

Cadets conduct a military staff ride to Antietam National Battlefield

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Preparing for Instruction

Duke Battalion Cadet Leadership prepare for Basic Lab

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You can do it!

Army Physical Fitness Test - Push Up event

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Don't Stop... Keep Going!

Army Physical Fitness Test - Sit Up event

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On Your Mark... Get Set... GO!!

Army Physical Fitness Test - 2 mile run event

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Warrior Ethos... at its finest!

Do you have what it takes?

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National ROTC Scholarship Applicants

If you are a high school senior applying for the National ROTC Scholarship, and would like to schedule an interview with the Professor of Military Science at JMU, contact the Scholarship and Enrollment Officer Here

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** New Prospects ** 

For general information for new prospects, select the "Prospective Cadets" link to the left.  If you have additional questions, or want to schedule a visit, contact the Recruiting Operations Officer at 540-568-3633 or email us at rotc@jmu.edu.

We hope that as you navigate this website you will find the information you need to learn more about the Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) program here at James Madison University. 

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