Michigan State University
Every year, Cadets from both the Army and Air Force ROTC programs participate in what is simply known as big flag. During the national anthem, the cadets unveil an extremely large flag which is usually accompanied with an Air Force fly-over. After the National Anthem, the cadets watch the game from the sidelines. It is a great tradition that will endure for years to come.

Big Flag Day

Every year, Cadets from both the Army and Air Force ROTC programs participate in what is simply known as big flag. During the national anthem, the cadets unveil an extremely large flag which is usually accompanied with an Air Force fly-over. After the National Anthem, the cadets watch the game from the sidelines. It is a great tradition that will endure for years to come.

“ Being a Cadet Gives you the opportunity to surprise yourself. You’ll have many experiences that you won’t get anywhere else. Some will be fun and others will be challenging, but you’ll go through all of these experiences with other cadets you’ll consider not only your best friends, but a part of your family. ”

Cadet Lyndi Kuyers,Hudsonville, MI

Lifestyle

Get to know what it's like to be a Cadet in the ROTC program on your campus.

Training and Curriculum

See the kind of hands-on experience ROTC Cadets receive. Whether it's in the classroom or in the field, your leadership training will benefit you more than you thought possible.

Events and Activities

The Michigan State University ROTC Battalion has events and activities that take place all year long, learn about them here.