Ashe County JROTC honored at inspection


Submitted photo - From left to right C/2LT Jake Shepherd, C/CPT Brianna McCoy, C/LTC Lauren Testerman, C/2LT Destiney Cummings, C/SSG Tanner Grogan, C/CPT Jacob Trent and C/2LT Hunter Peyton.


WEST JEFFERSON — A big congratulations to the Ashe County High School JROTC program for passing the JROTC Program for Accreditation inspection.

This inspection is used to gather information and evidence to support continuous improvement of teaching and learning within the JROTC program.

There were multiple aspects of the inspection including a continuous improvement brief, a service learning brief, cadet portfolio interviews as well as instructor portfolios interviews and an in-ranks inspection including the entire battalion.

The battalion received a score of 97.75 percent on the inspection, one of the highest out of 350 schools in the 4th Brigade and earned the title of “Honor Unit with Distinction.” once again.

The JROTC program would like to thank ACHS for their support, along with the community. The Battalion would like to give special thanks to their Senior Army Instructor, LTC Cox, and Army Instructor, MSG Wetmore, for their guidance and support.

Submitted photo – From left to right C/2LT Jake Shepherd, C/CPT Brianna McCoy, C/LTC Lauren Testerman, C/2LT Destiney Cummings, C/SSG Tanner Grogan, C/CPT Jacob Trent and C/2LT Hunter Peyton.
http://jeffersonpost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_JPA-PIC.jpgSubmitted photo – From left to right C/2LT Jake Shepherd, C/CPT Brianna McCoy, C/LTC Lauren Testerman, C/2LT Destiney Cummings, C/SSG Tanner Grogan, C/CPT Jacob Trent and C/2LT Hunter Peyton.
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