University of Delaware
Cadets learn the importance of maneuvering elements into position in order to gain fire superiority. Each Cadet engages known or suspected enemy positions to keep their enemies from returning fire. While suppression is obtained and maintained, another element flanks around to their last covered and concealed position and attacks. The classic flanking maneuver, learned in early warfare, executed in modern times.

Cadet Landsman; ready to attack.

Cadets learn the importance of maneuvering elements into position in order to gain fire superiority. Each Cadet engages known or suspected enemy positions to keep their enemies from returning fire. While suppression is obtained and maintained, another element flanks around to their last covered and concealed position and attacks. The classic flanking maneuver, learned in early warfare, executed in modern times.

“ Classes are much more exciting than normal college courses. While other courses take you out on the green for a change of pace, we clip in and move over the creek using a one rope bridge for a change of pace. ”

Panas, R., Mechanicsburg, PA

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 University of Delaware ROTC Battalion has events and activities that take place all year long, learn about them here.