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BLUE JAY BATTALION

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CDTs Greer and Henderson are issued an OPORD from 2LT Franklin.

Field Training

CDTs Greer and Henderson are issued an OPORD from 2LT Franklin.

The Blue Jay ROTC Battalion has been proud to help develop the leaders oftomorrow. Nearly 3000 officers have been commissioned from the JHU ROTCprogram, including over fifty-five generals and admirals.

Battalion History

Army ROTC at The Johns Hopkins University has a long and illustrioushistory. The conflict with Spain that set Cuba free and made the United Statesresponsible for the future of the Philippine Islands stirred the patriotism ofJHU undergraduates.  On April 27, 1898, they assembled in old McCoy Halland after an address by President Gilman and Dr. Gildersleeve, votedunanimously to form a company of volunteers and begin military drill. Nearly 100 students enrolled.

 

Army ROTC at The Johns Hopkins University has a long and illustrioushistory. The conflict with Spain that set Cuba free and made the United Statesresponsible for the future of the Philippine Islands stirred the patriotism ofJHU undergraduates.  On April 27, 1898, they assembled in old McCoy Halland after an address by President Gilman and Dr. Gildersleeve, votedunanimously to form a company of volunteers and begin military drill. Nearly 100 students enrolled.

 

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