George Mason University

Headquarters, Cadet Command established the Senior Army ROTC program atGeorge Mason University in 1982. Since its modest beginning, the PatriotBattalion has grown into one of the most viable Senior ROTC Battalions inEastern Region, often competing with many larger ROTC programs in terms ofBasic and Advance Camp performance, recruiting, retention, and commissionmission accomplishment.

Cadets plan and execute numerous training exercises that focus on developingtactical proficiency while cultivating leadership skills. To build onleadership development, all training is planned and administered by MilitaryScience IV cadets. In addition to demanding academics and strenuous training,cadets also participate in extracurricular activities. As the program grows,cadets continue to develop the maturity, responsibility, leadership skills andconfidence necessary to be successful officers in the United States Army.

The Patriot Battalion transitioned from a subordinate company of GeorgetownUniversity Army ROTC to a separate battalion in October 2000. The PatriotBattalion stands ready to support Cadet Command's mission to commission thefuture officer leadership of the United States Army.

The Patriot Battalion officially became a stand alone battalion on 1 Oct2002.

Headquarters, Cadet Command established the Senior Army ROTC program atGeorge Mason University in 1982. Since its modest beginning, the PatriotBattalion has grown into one of the most viable Senior ROTC Battalions inEastern Region, often competing with many larger ROTC programs in terms ofBasic and Advance Camp performance, recruiting, retention, and commissionmission accomplishment.

Cadets plan and execute numerous training exercises that focus on developingtactical proficiency while cultivating leadership skills. To build onleadership development, all training is planned and administered by MilitaryScience IV cadets. In addition to demanding academics and strenuous training,cadets also participate in extracurricular activities. As the program grows,cadets continue to develop the maturity, responsibility, leadership skills andconfidence necessary to be successful officers in the United States Army.

The Patriot Battalion transitioned from a subordinate company of GeorgetownUniversity Army ROTC to a separate battalion in October 2000. The PatriotBattalion stands ready to support Cadet Command's mission to commission thefuture officer leadership of the United States Army.

The Patriot Battalion officially became a stand alone battalion on 1 Oct2002.

Headquarters, Cadet Command established the Senior Army ROTC program atGeorge Mason University in 1982. Since its modest beginning, the PatriotBattalion has grown into one of the most viable Senior ROTC Battalions inEastern Region, often competing with many larger ROTC programs in terms ofBasic and Advance Camp performance, recruiting, retention, and commissionmission accomplishment.

Cadets plan and execute numerous training exercises that focus on developingtactical proficiency while cultivating leadership skills. To build onleadership development, all training is planned and administered by MilitaryScience IV cadets. In addition to demanding academics and strenuous training,cadets also participate in extracurricular activities. As the program grows,cadets continue to develop the maturity, responsibility, leadership skills andconfidence necessary to be successful officers in the United States Army.

The Patriot Battalion transitioned from a subordinate company of GeorgetownUniversity Army ROTC to a separate battalion in October 2000. The PatriotBattalion stands ready to support Cadet Command's mission to commission thefuture officer leadership of the United States Army.

The Patriot Battalion officially became a stand alone battalion on 1 Oct2002.

Headquarters, Cadet Command established the Senior Army ROTC program atGeorge Mason University in 1982. Since its modest beginning, the PatriotBattalion has grown into one of the most viable Senior ROTC Battalions inEastern Region, often competing with many larger ROTC programs in terms ofBasic and Advance Camp performance, recruiting, retention, and commissionmission accomplishment.

Cadets plan and execute numerous training exercises that focus on developingtactical proficiency while cultivating leadership skills. To build onleadership development, all training is planned and administered by MilitaryScience IV cadets. In addition to demanding academics and strenuous training,cadets also participate in extracurricular activities. As the program grows,cadets continue to develop the maturity, responsibility, leadership skills andconfidence necessary to be successful officers in the United States Army.

The Patriot Battalion transitioned from a subordinate company of GeorgetownUniversity Army ROTC to a separate battalion in October 2000. The PatriotBattalion stands ready to support Cadet Command's mission to commission thefuture officer leadership of the United States Army.

The Patriot Battalion officially became a stand alone battalion on 1 Oct2002.

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