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Cadet participating in Brigade FTX in preparation for LDAC. She is currently the S1 for the Battalion and she is member of the Army National Guard. After she earns her Masters she will commission as a 2nd LT Officer and prepare myself for the future.

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Cadet participating in Brigade FTX in preparation for LDAC. She is currently the S1 for the Battalion and she is member of the Army National Guard. After she earns her Masters she will commission as a 2nd LT Officer and prepare myself for the future.

Cadet Andrew Harvey

Cadet Battalion Commander

I joined the Fort Valley State University ROTC program as a freshman 4-year Scholar. I decided to follow in my parent’s footsteps and become a commissioned officer in the United States Army. Train Hard, Fight Hard, always have Victory.

Cadet Rolesta Brooks

Cadet Battalion Executive Officer

It has always been a passion of mine to care for people. My family is full of veterans whom I strive to make proud. Being able to serve my country as well as work in the medical field is certainly a privilege and honor. Reading my set goal and so close to graduating is humbling.

Cadet Delrisha Spann

Cadet Operations Officer (S3)

Hometown: Hinesville, GA, Sophomore

Major:  Biology

Age:20

I joined Army ROTC because I needed a way to help pay for college.  The ROTC program at Fort Valley State University is like being in a sorority or fraternity.  Everyone has the same mind set, to be the best US Army officer they can be.  The program offers leadership experience and training that benefit not only military success but academic success.  The training can also be used in every day life in any career field.  Another reason that attracted me to the program was the fact that I would have a guaranteed job at the end of my college life.  ROTC has been a huge motivating factor towards my drive towards success.