North Carolina State University
Ranger Challenge is a made up of a group of highly motivated cadets who want to accede the standards. They conduct physical training five days a week and train in the field in order to prepare for the competition, which is normally held sometime in October. The few that are a part of this club are more than just your average cadet. Ranger Challenge is more demanding of a cadet’s time while they are in ROTC, but it is a great program to be in because it will get a cadet in great physical shape and also shape them as a competent leader.

Cadets excelling above and beyond during the Ranger Challenge Competition

Ranger Challenge is a made up of a group of highly motivated cadets who want to accede the standards. They conduct physical training five days a week and train in the field in order to prepare for the competition, which is normally held sometime in October. The few that are a part of this club are more than just your average cadet. Ranger Challenge is more demanding of a cadet’s time while they are in ROTC, but it is a great program to be in because it will get a cadet in great physical shape and also shape them as a competent leader.

Cadet Bailey Key

Cadet Battalion Commander

Bailey Key was born and raised in Suffolk, Virginia. She is currently a Senior in Communication here at North Carolina State University. Cadet Key will commission in May 2019 as an Active Duty officer with aspirations of branching Military Intelligence with a Field Artillery branch detail

Cadet Jeffery Cannon

Cadet Battalion Command Sergeant Major

Jeffrey Cannon was born and raised in Detroit, MI. He graduated from Shaw University with a Bachelor of Science and is currently a graduate student concentrating in Supply Chain Management here at North Carolina State University. Cadet Cannon will commission in May 2020. Jeffrey Cannon will become a Quartermaster Officer pursuing his goal of becoming a Logistician in the U.S. Army.