Texas A&M University
Cadets learn to maneuver through several different obstacles on the Corps of Cadets Obstacle Course. This helps build confidence in the Cadets.

Overcoming obstacles

Cadets learn to maneuver through several different obstacles on the Corps of Cadets Obstacle Course. This helps build confidence in the Cadets.

Cadet Gavin Alexander Moore

Warrior Training Battalion Commander

Hometown- Sugar Land, TX

Major- Finance

Army ROTC has helped me become a better individual in many aspects of my life.  IN the beginning, it taught me discipline and priorities.  Through the years in the program I learned about direct leadership and now am practicing managerial leadership.  I believe my time in the program I will help me later in life in the Army or Civilian sector.

Cadet Jennifer Waring

Warrior Training Battalion S-1

Hometown- Lewisville, TX

Major- Psychology

Army ROTC has taught me how to effectively lead both my peers and subordinates.  Army ROTC has solidified values that I hold dear, and the reasons I joined the Army in the first place: loyalty, duty, and selfless service.  My experience in Army ROTC has given me confidence and further developed me as an individual and Soldier.

Cadet Saul Gandara

Ranger Challenge Commander

Hometown- El Paso, TX

Major- Spanish

Army ROTC has molded me into a leader by placing me in situation where I have been challenged mentally and physically. Through error and success I have learned a lot about fellow cadet, cadre and myself.  By allowing me to travel half way around the world, and go through some of the army’s best schools, I have become the leader I have always wanted to be.

Cadet Christopher Kostoff

Rudders Rangers Company Commander

Hometown- Austin, TX

Major- International Studies

Army ROTC has provided me with the opportunity to not only earn a college degree, but has also developed me into a leader. It has given me the confidence to overcome any obstacle that I encounter, and I feel well-prepared for my career as an Army officer.