• Cadet Field Manual

    The purpose of the “NJROTC CADET FIELD AND DRILL MANUAL” is to combine all the information on military drill ceremonies and uniform regulations into one distinguishable text. You may come to think of this Field Manual as the “guide” for the military aspects of your association with the NJROTC program. This manual is based on current Naval Service Training Command (NSTC) Instructions. In the event there is a difference, the most current NSTC Manual 5761.1 publication will apply

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  • Cadet Reference Manual

    As a Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (NJROTC) cadet, you are embarking on one of the most interesting and valuable educational experiences of your high school career. In JROTC, you will be given the chance to participate in your education and will learn to be a better citizen. The program provides you with tools and skills you can use to succeed in high school, but far more important, these tools and skills will be useful for the remainder of your life.

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  • Media Release Form RHS JROTC

    Consent to have photographs released to the local media including local newspapers and/or published on the official Robertsdale NJROTC website and FaceBook page if/when appropriate. Photographs are typically taken during class and at local events attended by the NJROTC including sporting events, parades, and ceremonies.

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  • Naval Science I - Syllabus (Sign & Return)

    PURPOSE:  To introduce students to the meaning of citizenship, the elements of leadership, and the value of scholarship in attaining life goals; promote an awareness of the importance of a healthy lifestyle, including physical fitness, a proper diet, and controlling stress; drug awareness; provide the principles of health and first aid, geography and survival skills and an overview of Naval ships and aircraft.  These elements are pursued at the fundamental level.

    COURSE CONTENT:  Includes introduction to the NJROTC program; introduction to Leadership, Citizenship, and the American Government; introduction to Wellness, Fitness, and First Aid to include diet, exercise and drug awareness, introduction to Geography, Orienteering, Survival and Map Reading Skills; Financial Skills and introduction to the U.S. Navy.

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  • Naval Science II- Syllabus (Sign & Return)

    PURPOSE:  To build on the general introduction provided in Naval Science 1, to further develop the traits of citizenship and leadership, and to introduce cadets to the technical areas of naval science and the role of the U. S. Navy in maritime history and the vital importance of the world’s oceans to the continued well-being of the United States.

    COURSE CONTENT:  Includes ongoing instruction into Leadership; introduction to Maritime History, including the American Revolution, Civil War, the rise of the U. S. to world power status, World Wars 1 and 2, the Cold War Era and the 1990s and Beyond; introduction to Nautical Sciences to include Maritime Geography, Oceanography, Meteorology, Astronomy, and Physical Sciences.


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  • Naval Science III - Syllabus (Sign & Return)

    PURPOSE:  To broaden the understanding of students in the operative principles of military leadership, the concept and significance of teamwork, the intrinsic value of good order and discipline in the accomplishment of objectives, and the importance of sea power and national security.  Students gain a more in-depth knowledge of Naval ships and aircraft and an introduction to marine navigation and seamanship.

    COURSE CONTENT:  Includes instruction in Sea Power and National Security, Naval Operations and Support Functions, Military Law, and International Law and the Sea.  Course provides introduction Ship Construction and Damage Control, Shipboard Organization and Watch Standing, Basic Seamanship, Marine Navigation, and Naval Weapons and Aircraft.  Ongoing instruction in leadership, citizenship and discipline is provided.

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  • Naval Science IV - Syllabus (Sign & Return)

    PURPOSE:  To focus primarily on practical leadership techniques and implementation intended to assist seniors in understanding and improving leadership skills by inserting them into supervised leadership roles and then helping analyze the reasons for their varying degrees of success throughout the year.  Classroom activities include seminars, reading assignments, classroom presentations, and practical work with younger cadets.  Seniors are mentored/guided in their preparation for life after high school to include college preparation, scholarship applications, and a variety of available choices.

    COURSE CONTENT:  Includes instruction in theoretical and applied aspects of leadership, training, and evaluation of performance.  Students will become aware of the techniques used to create motivation, develop goals and activities for a work group, and the proper ways to set a leadership example.  Students are provided access to ACT/SAT prep courses, guidance in selecting a college and pursuing available scholarships, and mentoring in establishing long-range life goals.

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