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Getting the Most Out of College

Cadet Jeff David (Reserve, cadet) talks about experience/benefits - started in junior ROTC program that prepares you go to into ROTC. Mentor program with the battalion. Enjoys physical training (3 x week). Army ROTC has helped him become a...

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    CATEGORY: ROTC

    TAGS: signal officer Enrollment Officer ROTC

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    CATEGORY: Officership

    TAGS: Officership ROTC

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    CATEGORY: Padres

    TAGS: Army ROTC Ejército

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    CATEGORY: Padres

    TAGS: Army ROTC Cadetes

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    Soldier's talk about their ROTC experiences.

    CATEGORY: ROTC

    TAGS: Army ROTC Leadership

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    TAGS: ROTC Nurse

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  • Jeff Davis

    Find out how Jeff jumped from high school athletics to college and Army ROTC.

    CATEGORY: ROTC

    TAGS: ROTC Army Reserve

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  • Getting the Most Out of College

    Cadet Jeff David (Reserve, cadet) talks about experience/benefits - started in j...

    CATEGORY: ROTC

    TAGS: ROTC Sports Management

    Getting the Most Out of College
    01:26
  • A Strong Family

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    TAGS: ROTC Family

    A Strong Family
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    With the help of an ROTC scholarship, RJ is able to pay for college while gainin...

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Getting the Most Out of College

Cadet Jeff David (Reserve, cadet) talks about experience/benefits - started in junior ROTC program that prepares you go to into ROTC. Mentor program with the battalion. Enjoys physical training (3 x week). Army ROTC has helped him become a...

Well, it all started back when I was in high school I did the Junior ROTC program which is a different program that kind of prepares you to go in to ROTC. And ROTC was a major factor in deciding which school I went to and Old Dominion just seemed like the best fit for me. What makes a good leader in my mind is just being able to get people to follow you and follow you with confidence.
I definitely try to take on a mentor role and we also have a mentor program within the battalion as well. So we take MS 1 to our freshmen MS 2 to our sophomores under our wings and try to guide them along help them with any questions they may have whether it's related to ROTC or regular college life in general.
Jeff's got a pretty bright future. If he carries the same personality he has here, which I know he will, his soldiers are going to like him, his platoon sergeant's going to like him and I know that he'll get along well with his future commanders.
The colonel is definitely a jokester, he loves getting out there as we call 'smoking and joking' with the cadets he'll love to play soccer with us at PT. We're at physical training right now, that takes place every Monday, Wednesday and Friday starting at zero six and we go to about zero seven thirty.
One important thing that Jeff Davis does in leading PT is he leads by example.
I love PT, I love the PT aspect of ROTC, it's something I look forward to every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Army ROTC has helped me become a better student. It's definitely put a focus on studying and getting everything out of college that you put into it. And I've definitely done that thus far.
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