Northview NJROTC Annual Inspection Held (With Photo Gallery)

October 5, 2017

Northview High School’s NJROTC Annual Inspection was held Wednesday at the school, with cadets undergoing  face to face scrutiny with a Navy captain.

Cap. Mark Goto, Commanding Officer, Navy Medicine Operational Training Center, NAS Pensacola, conducted the inspection. The day’s events began with a personnel inspection, drill demonstration and a pass-in-review in the school gym. The commander also conducted a financial record review, briefings, administrative inspections, supply inspections and more.

One by one, Capt. Goto went face to face with each cadet, asking them questions about their NJROTC experience and conducting a complete inspection of their uniform.

“I want you to think big dream, set big goals, and decide today where you want to take that journey,” Goto told the cadets.

“Make this world…a better place,” he said.

Northview’s NJROTC is led by Company Commander Cadet LCDR Oscar Rodriguez and Executive Officer Cadet Lt. Wyatt Morris.

For a photo gallery from the inspection, click here.

Several cadets were promoted during Wednesday’s review:
Exemplary Personal Appearance award/ribbon:
Cadet Rebekah Amerson
Cadet Haley Black
Cadet Destiny Braddock
Cadet Keaton Brown
Cadet Lance McLaughin
Cadet Andria Odom
Cadet Maxwell Odom
Cadet Kyle Sconiers
Cadet Ryan Sconiers
Cadet Joshua Wilson
The following cadets were recognized for their “Superior Performance” in the unit. They were given a command coin by Capt. Goto.
Cadet Oscar Rodriguez
Cadet Hayley Ward
Cadet Ryan Sconiers
Cadet Maggie Lane
Cadet Keaton Brown
Cadet David Lamb photos, click to enlarge.


2 Responses to “Northview NJROTC Annual Inspection Held (With Photo Gallery)”

  1. Pamela Sconiers Whitelock on November 6th, 2017 3:37 pm

    CONGRATULATIONS, Ryan and Kyle Sconiers!!
    Very proud of you!
    Pamela Sconiers Whitelock

  2. Kevin Stead on October 5th, 2017 8:22 am

    Looking Sharp! Congratulations on the promotions and the performance recognition awards.

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