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True Camaraderie

Cadet Marissa Bernadette (Reserve) talks about experience/benefits - Experience in ROTC ( learned about communication, people, inner personal skills. SAL criteria army deems important - Scholar, athelete, leader. ), physical training, cam...

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    CATEGORY: Soldier Life

    TAGS: Basic Training Orientation

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    Watch as an Army combatives expert and professional fighter go toe to toe.

    CATEGORY: Career & Jobs

    TAGS: Discipline Drill Sergeant

    Episode 6:
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    Watch as a U.S. Army combatives expert and professional fighter go toe to toe.

    CATEGORY: Career & Jobs

    TAGS: Discipline Drill Sergeant

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  • Making Officers, Building Leaders

    Soldiers describe the ROTC program and their experiences - what it takes to beco...

    CATEGORY: ROTC

    TAGS: ROTC training

    Making Officers, Building Leaders
    02:20
  • A Balanced College Experience

    Soldiers describe their experience as a college student while in the ROTC progra...

    CATEGORY: ROTC

    TAGS: ROTC Scholarships

    A Balanced College Experience
    02:03
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    Soldiers describe the ROTC program and their experiences - what it takes to beco...

    Making Officers, Building Leaders
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    CATEGORY: ROTC

    TAGS: ROTC Money For College

    A Way to Pay for College
    02:06
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    CATEGORY: ROTC

    TAGS: ROTC training

    Leader's Training Course
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    CATEGORY: ROTC

    TAGS: ROTC Sports Management

    Getting the Most Out of College
    01:26
  • True Camaraderie

    Cadet Marissa Bernadette (Reserve) talks about experience/benefits - Experience ...

    CATEGORY: ROTC

    TAGS: ROTC Nurse

    True Camaraderie
    01:50
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True Camaraderie

Cadet Marissa Bernadette (Reserve) talks about experience/benefits - Experience in ROTC ( learned about communication, people, inner personal skills. SAL criteria army deems important - Scholar, athelete, leader. ), physical training, cam...

My name is Marissa Bernadette, I'm twenty-two years old, I am currently at the UTEP Nursing School and I am also doing ROTC. I have learned so much just being in the ROTC about communication, about being in front of people, about interpersonal skills.
The three things the army considers important is a criteria we call the SAL criteria. That's scholar, athlete and leader. And Marissa exemplifies all of those. Colonel Carr is probably our biggest advocate. There's your three people who are going to evaluate your performance and are going to decide your career in the next thirty-three days.
He understands that graduating and actually becoming a nurse is our main priority right now. In her case she's always on the dean's list, honor roll. I cannot graduate a student from my program who does not graduate college. They go together hand and hand.
He's always there to make sure we're doing well in school and make sure we are accomplishing what it is we have to accomplish. We're here at PT, woke up about five fifteen to be here for the six o'clock rotation.
PT is physical training and it happens every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from six to seven thirty. It gives you energy and it starts your day off. Down. Four. Down. Five. We do push-ups and we do sit-ups and we run.
Not only does she max the army physical fitness test but she participates in half-marathons and marathons. I feel very proud to walk around campus in my uniform. You build a bond that is actually very tight. Camaraderie that is really going to last us a lifetime. It's been an excellent, excellent, experience.
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