Army Strong Videos

WE COULD NOT DETECT THE REQUIRED FLASH PLAYER.
* To view content on this page, you will need to update your version of the Adobe Flash plugin.
To get this free update, click here

Browse Non-Flash Version

A Strong Family

John Paul’s parents and ROTC superiors discuss how the Army ROTC program incorporates Cadets’ parents and provides a genuine sense of belonging for all Cadets.

SEARCH ARMY VIDEOS
CATEGORIES
Showing  of 
  • Guiding college-bound students

    Watch how an Army ROTC scholarship took CPT Michael Pope from combat to communic...

    CATEGORY: ROTC

    TAGS: signal officer Enrollment Officer ROTC

    Guiding college-bound students
    01:57
  • Army ROTC: From Student to Officer

    Cadet Richard Dolan knew he wanted to become a leader. See why he chose Army ROT...

    CATEGORY: Officership

    TAGS: Officership ROTC

    Army ROTC: From Student to Officer
    04:00
  • ARMY ROTC

    Follows several college students that have joined the ROTC at their college or u...

    ARMY ROTC
    03:16
  • Haciéndose líder

    John Paul y sus superiores platican acerca de su desarrollo de liderazgo y creci...

    CATEGORY: Padres

    TAGS: Army ROTC Ejército

    Cadete Gómez del U.S. Army conversando
    Haciéndose líder
    01:28
  • Un mundo de opciones

    John Paul comparte todas las opciones que se le ofrecieron una vez que se convir...

    CATEGORY: Padres

    TAGS: Army ROTC Cadetes

    Cadete Gómez del U.S. Army impartiendo clase
    Un mundo de opciones
    02:05
  • Una familia sólida

    Los padres de John Paul y sus superiores explican cómo el programa del Army ROTC...

    CATEGORY: Padres

    TAGS: Army ROTC Ejército

    Cadete Gómez del U.S. Army con su familia
    Una familia sólida
    01:51
  • Start Strong

    Soldier's talk about their ROTC experiences.

    CATEGORY: ROTC

    TAGS: Army ROTC Leadership

    Start Strong
    03:00
  • An Enhanced Education

    Soldiers in the Army ROTC Nurse program talks about: the program, benefits of be...

    CATEGORY: ROTC

    TAGS: ROTC Nurse

    An Enhanced Education
    02:33
  • Greater Responsibilities

    Soldiers in the Army ROTC Nurse program talks about: their experiences, advanta...

    CATEGORY: ROTC

    TAGS: ROTC Nurse

    Greater Responsibilities
    02:24
  • Making of an Officer

    Soldiers talk about the ROTC program and personal experiences - country needs l...

    CATEGORY: ROTC

    TAGS: ROTC Nurse

    Making of an Officer
    01:00
  • Jeff Davis

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

    CATEGORY: ROTC

    TAGS: ROTC Army Reserve

    Jeff Davis
    01:14
  • 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

    John Paul’s parents and ROTC superiors discuss how the Army ROTC program incorpo...

    CATEGORY: ROTC

    TAGS: ROTC Family

    A Strong Family
    01:09
  • RJ Custodio

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

    CATEGORY: ROTC

    TAGS: ROTC Army Reserve

    RJ Custodio
    01:06
Showing  of 

A Strong Family

John Paul’s parents and ROTC superiors discuss how the Army ROTC program incorporates Cadets’ parents and provides a genuine sense of belonging for all Cadets.

If you go into this environment where people care about what you’re going to become, people have a vested interest in what type of leader you’ll be.
The role the ROTC program plays it brings together the parents and cadets at various times throughout the year and lets them interact with us, lets them understand our program. From the time they walk through the door, we’re asking them to bring in their parents. From the time they commission, we get the parents involved in all of our program aspects.
It’s so easy to access them. They are able to explain to you what kind of programs they have, how the Army ROTC provides them with the tools to be able to succeed.
Once the parents realize what our program is about, the training that their sons and daughters will go through, they’re very supportive of it. They know that they’re going to go off and hopefully do a military career and then come back and serve their community as a leader.
In the ROTC program you feel like you belong. We know what wonderful things can happen. It’s not for everybody, but I think it has been wonderful for my son.
Back To Top