Gonzaga University
Infantry tactics are just one of the tools used to assess leadership potential. Every cadet will negotiate a Field Leader’s Reaction Course (FLRC). This is another tool to help develop leaders. One cadet is put in charge of situation and has to use his team members and critical thinking skills to successfully negotiate the obstacle. Pictured here, are cadets working together to complete their course within the time standard.

MS IIIs work together to accomplish their mission.

Infantry tactics are just one of the tools used to assess leadership potential. Every cadet will negotiate a Field Leader’s Reaction Course (FLRC). This is another tool to help develop leaders. One cadet is put in charge of situation and has to use his team members and critical thinking skills to successfully negotiate the obstacle. Pictured here, are cadets working together to complete their course within the time standard.

Cadet LTC Shane Barnes

Cadet Battalion Commander, Senior

"The Gonzaga ROTC program is a place for men and women of incredible moral fiber and virtue to come together in order to learn, teach, and train to protect our great nation and care for the lives of those who will serve with them. You can't help but feel at home in the Bulldog Battalion."

Sacramento, CA
English Major

Cadet SGT Caitlin Holbrook

Squad Leader, Junior

“Gonzaga ROTC has been such a wonderful learning experience. I've had the opportunity to see and do things that I never would have seen or done otherwise.”

Selah, WA
International Studies Major

Cadet Corporal Sam Sheahan

Team Leader, Sophomore

“The Gonzaga Bulldog Battalion has been a excellent learning experience; teaching  me how to be a leader and preparing me to be a future officer of the United States Army.”

Spokane, WA
Exercise Science  Major