East Carolina University
The Pirate Battalion plays a vital role in the university community by supporting athletic events.

Presenting the Colors during a home football game

The Pirate Battalion plays a vital role in the university community by supporting athletic events.

If your ultimate goal is to become a successful, respected leader, either in the military or in the civilian sector, no other organization can give you a better start than Army ROTC.  More than half of all Army Officers were once Army ROTC Cadets.  And we uphold this tradition by seeking out future leaders while they are still in school.  Passionate students like you, who are bright, athletic and leaders in school and in the community.  Strong individuals who want to stand out from the crowd and be recognized.  And best of all, Army ROTC will enable you to attend college, earn money and still receive the hands-on-training and leadership experience that will help you succeed in any endeavor.

 

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If your ultimate goal is to become a successful, respected leader, either in the military or in the civilian sector, no other organization can give you a better start than Army ROTC.  More than half of all Army Officers were once Army ROTC Cadets.  And we uphold this tradition by seeking out future leaders while they are still in school.  Passionate students like you, who are bright, athletic and leaders in school and in the community.  Strong individuals who want to stand out from the crowd and be recognized.  And best of all, Army ROTC will enable you to attend college, earn money and still receive the hands-on-training and leadership experience that will help you succeed in any endeavor.

 

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If your ultimate goal is to become a successful, respected leader, either in the military or in the civilian sector, no other organization can give you a better start than Army ROTC.  More than half of all Army Officers were once Army ROTC Cadets.  And we uphold this tradition by seeking out future leaders while they are still in school.  Passionate students like you, who are bright, athletic and leaders in school and in the community.  Strong individuals who want to stand out from the crowd and be recognized.  And best of all, Army ROTC will enable you to attend college, earn money and still receive the hands-on-training and leadership experience that will help you succeed in any endeavor.

 

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If your ultimate goal is to become a successful, respected leader, either in the military or in the civilian sector, no other organization can give you a better start than Army ROTC.  More than half of all Army Officers were once Army ROTC Cadets.  And we uphold this tradition by seeking out future leaders while they are still in school.  Passionate students like you, who are bright, athletic and leaders in school and in the community.  Strong individuals who want to stand out from the crowd and be recognized.  And best of all, Army ROTC will enable you to attend college, earn money and still receive the hands-on-training and leadership experience that will help you succeed in any endeavor.

 

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If your ultimate goal is to become a successful, respected leader, either in the military or in the civilian sector, no other organization can give you a better start than Army ROTC.  More than half of all Army Officers were once Army ROTC Cadets.  And we uphold this tradition by seeking out future leaders while they are still in school.  Passionate students like you, who are bright, athletic and leaders in school and in the community.  Strong individuals who want to stand out from the crowd and be recognized.  And best of all, Army ROTC will enable you to attend college, earn money and still receive the hands-on-training and leadership experience that will help you succeed in any endeavor.

 

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Fall/Spring 2010

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If your ultimate goal is to become a successful, respected leader, either in the military or in the civilian sector, no other organization can give you a better start than Army ROTC.  More than half of all Army Officers were once Army ROTC Cadets.  And we uphold this tradition by seeking out future leaders while they are still in school.  Passionate students like you, who are bright, athletic and leaders in school and in the community.  Strong individuals who want to stand out from the crowd and be recognized.  And best of all, Army ROTC will enable you to attend college, earn money and still receive the hands-on-training and leadership experience that will help you succeed in any endeavor.

 

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Fall/Spring 2010

Summer 2009

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Summer 2008

Spring 2008

March 2008

February 2008

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If your ultimate goal is to become a successful, respected leader, either in the military or in the civilian sector, no other organization can give you a better start than Army ROTC.  More than half of all Army Officers were once Army ROTC Cadets.  And we uphold this tradition by seeking out future leaders while they are still in school.  Passionate students like you, who are bright, athletic and leaders in school and in the community.  Strong individuals who want to stand out from the crowd and be recognized.  And best of all, Army ROTC will enable you to attend college, earn money and still receive the hands-on-training and leadership experience that will help you succeed in any endeavor.

 

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Fall/Spring 2010

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March 2008

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If your ultimate goal is to become a successful, respected leader, either in the military or in the civilian sector, no other organization can give you a better start than Army ROTC.  More than half of all Army Officers were once Army ROTC Cadets.  And we uphold this tradition by seeking out future leaders while they are still in school.  Passionate students like you, who are bright, athletic and leaders in school and in the community.  Strong individuals who want to stand out from the crowd and be recognized.  And best of all, Army ROTC will enable you to attend college, earn money and still receive the hands-on-training and leadership experience that will help you succeed in any endeavor.

 

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Fall/Spring 2010

Summer 2009

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Summer 2008

Spring 2008

March 2008

February 2008

Fall 2007

If your ultimate goal is to become a successful, respected leader, either in the military or in the civilian sector, no other organization can give you a better start than Army ROTC.  More than half of all Army Officers were once Army ROTC Cadets.  And we uphold this tradition by seeking out future leaders while they are still in school.  Passionate students like you, who are bright, athletic and leaders in school and in the community.  Strong individuals who want to stand out from the crowd and be recognized.  And best of all, Army ROTC will enable you to attend college, earn money and still receive the hands-on-training and leadership experience that will help you succeed in any endeavor.

 

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Fall/Spring 2010

Summer 2009

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Fall 2008

Summer 2008

Spring 2008

March 2008

February 2008

Fall 2007

If your ultimate goal is to become a successful, respected leader, either in the military or in the civilian sector, no other organization can give you a better start than Army ROTC.  More than half of all Army Officers were once Army ROTC Cadets.  And we uphold this tradition by seeking out future leaders while they are still in school.  Passionate students like you, who are bright, athletic and leaders in school and in the community.  Strong individuals who want to stand out from the crowd and be recognized.  And best of all, Army ROTC will enable you to attend college, earn money and still receive the hands-on-training and leadership experience that will help you succeed in any endeavor.

 

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Fall/Spring 2010

Summer 2009

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Fall 2008

Summer 2008

Spring 2008

March 2008

February 2008

Fall 2007

If your ultimate goal is to become a successful, respected leader, either in the military or in the civilian sector, no other organization can give you a better start than Army ROTC.  More than half of all Army Officers were once Army ROTC Cadets.  And we uphold this tradition by seeking out future leaders while they are still in school.  Passionate students like you, who are bright, athletic and leaders in school and in the community.  Strong individuals who want to stand out from the crowd and be recognized.  And best of all, Army ROTC will enable you to attend college, earn money and still receive the hands-on-training and leadership experience that will help you succeed in any endeavor.

 

Newsletters

 

Fall/Spring 2010

Summer 2009

Spring 2009

Fall 2008

Summer 2008

Spring 2008

March 2008

February 2008

Fall 2007

If your ultimate goal is to become a successful, respected leader, either in the military or in the civilian sector, no other organization can give you a better start than Army ROTC.  More than half of all Army Officers were once Army ROTC Cadets.  And we uphold this tradition by seeking out future leaders while they are still in school.  Passionate students like you, who are bright, athletic and leaders in school and in the community.  Strong individuals who want to stand out from the crowd and be recognized.  And best of all, Army ROTC will enable you to attend college, earn money and still receive the hands-on-training and leadership experience that will help you succeed in any endeavor.

 

Newsletters

 

Fall/Spring 2010

Summer 2009

Spring 2009

Fall 2008

Summer 2008

Spring 2008

March 2008

February 2008

Fall 2007

If your ultimate goal is to become a successful, respected leader, either in the military or in the civilian sector, no other organization can give you a better start than Army ROTC.  More than half of all Army Officers were once Army ROTC Cadets.  And we uphold this tradition by seeking out future leaders while they are still in school.  Passionate students like you, who are bright, athletic and leaders in school and in the community.  Strong individuals who want to stand out from the crowd and be recognized.  And best of all, Army ROTC will enable you to attend college, earn money and still receive the hands-on-training and leadership experience that will help you succeed in any endeavor.

 

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Battalion History

The East Carolina University ROTC department was started in 1983 as a partnership school with North Carolina State University.  In 1997 the Pirate Battalion was activated as an independent program.  We have commissioned over 300 lieutenants in our 24 year history. Distinguished officers have commanded battalions in combat and have arisen to the rank of colonel.  The size of our commissioning class has been about 14 a year and we are postured for growth.  Challenging training remains of key importance as we prepare our cadets for commissioning.  Our cadets have as many as seven opportunities during the school year to participate in field training exercises. We continue to perform in exceptional manner at the annual Ranger Challenge competition placing either first or second in our Brigade for the past four years.  We also perform above the norm in the Leadership Development Course that cadets attend between their junior and senior years.  Two years ago ECU funded the building of a rappel tower at the ECU West Research Campus on the outskirts of Greenville and we are excited to add that new dimension to our program. 

Our program currently has 117 Cadets (88 men, 29 women) and has almost doubled in size over the past three years.  Our most popular major is nursing and we currently have 20 Cadets in that program.  Other popular majors among our Cadets are criminal justice, history, and majors in the fields of health and human performance. 

Our mission remains to commission the future officer leadership of the US Army and motivate young people to be better citizens and we will continue to strive to develop better and more effective ways to do so. 

The East Carolina University has a proud history of commissioning high caliber leaders for the United States Army.  We also enjoy an impeccable reputation on campus where our cadets are also leaders in the Student Government, clubs and various other organizations.

Originally a school for teachers ECU has grown to over 24,000 students with over 120 different undergraduate BS/BA Degree programs.  ECU also has the largest School of Nursing in the state of North Carolina.  Many University incentives for ROTC cadets assist with better living arrangements, financial assistance and even guaranteed acceptance into the Advance Nursing Program.

The East Carolina University ROTC department was started in 1983 as a partnership school with North Carolina State University.  In 1997 the Pirate Battalion was activated as an independent program.  We have commissioned over 300 lieutenants in our 24 year history. Distinguished officers have commanded battalions in combat and have arisen to the rank of colonel.  The size of our commissioning class has been about 14 a year and we are postured for growth.  Challenging training remains of key importance as we prepare our cadets for commissioning.  Our cadets have as many as seven opportunities during the school year to participate in field training exercises. We continue to perform in exceptional manner at the annual Ranger Challenge competition placing either first or second in our Brigade for the past four years.  We also perform above the norm in the Leadership Development Course that cadets attend between their junior and senior years.  Two years ago ECU funded the building of a rappel tower at the ECU West Research Campus on the outskirts of Greenville and we are excited to add that new dimension to our program. 

Our program currently has 117 Cadets (88 men, 29 women) and has almost doubled in size over the past three years.  Our most popular major is nursing and we currently have 20 Cadets in that program.  Other popular majors among our Cadets are criminal justice, history, and majors in the fields of health and human performance. 

Our mission remains to commission the future officer leadership of the US Army and motivate young people to be better citizens and we will continue to strive to develop better and more effective ways to do so. 

The East Carolina University has a proud history of commissioning high caliber leaders for the United States Army.  We also enjoy an impeccable reputation on campus where our cadets are also leaders in the Student Government, clubs and various other organizations.

Originally a school for teachers ECU has grown to over 24,000 students with over 120 different undergraduate BS/BA Degree programs.  ECU also has the largest School of Nursing in the state of North Carolina.  Many University incentives for ROTC cadets assist with better living arrangements, financial assistance and even guaranteed acceptance into the Advance Nursing Program.

The East Carolina University ROTC department was started in 1983 as a partnership school with North Carolina State University.  In 1997 the Pirate Battalion was activated as an independent program.  We have commissioned over 300 lieutenants in our 24 year history. Distinguished officers have commanded battalions in combat and have arisen to the rank of colonel.  The size of our commissioning class has been about 14 a year and we are postured for growth.  Challenging training remains of key importance as we prepare our cadets for commissioning.  Our cadets have as many as seven opportunities during the school year to participate in field training exercises. We continue to perform in exceptional manner at the annual Ranger Challenge competition placing either first or second in our Brigade for the past four years.  We also perform above the norm in the Leadership Development Course that cadets attend between their junior and senior years.  Two years ago ECU funded the building of a rappel tower at the ECU West Research Campus on the outskirts of Greenville and we are excited to add that new dimension to our program. 

Our program currently has 117 Cadets (88 men, 29 women) and has almost doubled in size over the past three years.  Our most popular major is nursing and we currently have 20 Cadets in that program.  Other popular majors among our Cadets are criminal justice, history, and majors in the fields of health and human performance. 

Our mission remains to commission the future officer leadership of the US Army and motivate young people to be better citizens and we will continue to strive to develop better and more effective ways to do so. 

The East Carolina University has a proud history of commissioning high caliber leaders for the United States Army.  We also enjoy an impeccable reputation on campus where our cadets are also leaders in the Student Government, clubs and various other organizations.

Originally a school for teachers ECU has grown to over 24,000 students with over 120 different undergraduate BS/BA Degree programs.  ECU also has the largest School of Nursing in the state of North Carolina.  Many University incentives for ROTC cadets assist with better living arrangements, financial assistance and even guaranteed acceptance into the Advance Nursing Program.

The East Carolina University ROTC department was started in 1983 as a partnership school with North Carolina State University.  In 1997 the Pirate Battalion was activated as an independent program.  We have commissioned over 300 lieutenants in our 24 year history. Distinguished officers have commanded battalions in combat and have arisen to the rank of colonel.  The size of our commissioning class has been about 14 a year and we are postured for growth.  Challenging training remains of key importance as we prepare our cadets for commissioning.  Our cadets have as many as seven opportunities during the school year to participate in field training exercises. We continue to perform in exceptional manner at the annual Ranger Challenge competition placing either first or second in our Brigade for the past four years.  We also perform above the norm in the Leadership Development Course that cadets attend between their junior and senior years.  Two years ago ECU funded the building of a rappel tower at the ECU West Research Campus on the outskirts of Greenville and we are excited to add that new dimension to our program. 

Our program currently has 117 Cadets (88 men, 29 women) and has almost doubled in size over the past three years.  Our most popular major is nursing and we currently have 20 Cadets in that program.  Other popular majors among our Cadets are criminal justice, history, and majors in the fields of health and human performance. 

Our mission remains to commission the future officer leadership of the US Army and motivate young people to be better citizens and we will continue to strive to develop better and more effective ways to do so. 

The East Carolina University has a proud history of commissioning high caliber leaders for the United States Army.  We also enjoy an impeccable reputation on campus where our cadets are also leaders in the Student Government, clubs and various other organizations.

Originally a school for teachers ECU has grown to over 24,000 students with over 120 different undergraduate BS/BA Degree programs.  ECU also has the largest School of Nursing in the state of North Carolina.  Many University incentives for ROTC cadets assist with better living arrangements, financial assistance and even guaranteed acceptance into the Advance Nursing Program.

The East Carolina University ROTC department was started in 1983 as a partnership school with North Carolina State University.  In 1997 the Pirate Battalion was activated as an independent program.  We have commissioned over 300 lieutenants in our 24 year history. Distinguished officers have commanded battalions in combat and have arisen to the rank of colonel.  The size of our commissioning class has been about 14 a year and we are postured for growth.  Challenging training remains of key importance as we prepare our cadets for commissioning.  Our cadets have as many as seven opportunities during the school year to participate in field training exercises. We continue to perform in exceptional manner at the annual Ranger Challenge competition placing either first or second in our Brigade for the past four years.  We also perform above the norm in the Leadership Development Course that cadets attend between their junior and senior years.  Two years ago ECU funded the building of a rappel tower at the ECU West Research Campus on the outskirts of Greenville and we are excited to add that new dimension to our program. 

Our program currently has 117 Cadets (88 men, 29 women) and has almost doubled in size over the past three years.  Our most popular major is nursing and we currently have 20 Cadets in that program.  Other popular majors among our Cadets are criminal justice, history, and majors in the fields of health and human performance. 

Our mission remains to commission the future officer leadership of the US Army and motivate young people to be better citizens and we will continue to strive to develop better and more effective ways to do so. 

The East Carolina University has a proud history of commissioning high caliber leaders for the United States Army.  We also enjoy an impeccable reputation on campus where our cadets are also leaders in the Student Government, clubs and various other organizations.

Originally a school for teachers ECU has grown to over 24,000 students with over 120 different undergraduate BS/BA Degree programs.  ECU also has the largest School of Nursing in the state of North Carolina.  Many University incentives for ROTC cadets assist with better living arrangements, financial assistance and even guaranteed acceptance into the Advance Nursing Program.

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