TEACHING THE LEADERS OF TOMORROW
Drill and Ceremony
Cadets from the Yellow Jacket Battalion practice drill and ceremony while in formation. Each Thursday, Cadets prepare to conduct a variety of outdoor leadership activities to hone their skills in preparation for attending Operation Warrior Forge at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington.
The ROTC Hall of Fame is intended to honor West Virginia State University graduates who have completed the ROTC program and distinguished themselves in military or civilian pursuits.
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The Yellow Jacket Army ROTC program is widely known for the number of general officers who began their careers here. To date the Yellow Jacket Army ROTC Battalion has produced fifteen general officers for the United States Army. We take pride in the training we provide and are committed to producing the very best to continue our rich and rewarding legacy.