Facing A Navy Captain: Northview NJROTC Cadets Undergo Inspection (With Gallery)

February 13, 2020

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

The inspection was conducted by Captain Bryant Hepstall, Executive Officer, Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training (CNATT) located at NAS Pensacola. One by one, Captain Hepstall went face to face with each cadet, asking them questions about their NJROTC experience and conducting a complete inspection of their uniform.

For a photo gallery, click here.

The day’s events began with the personnel inspection, drill demonstration and a pass-in-review in the school gym. The captain also conducted a financial record review, briefings, administrative inspections, supply inspections and more.

Several cadets were promoted and received awards:

PROMOTIONS

To Chief Petty Officer:
Cadet John Bashore
Cadet Ethan Kilburn
Cadet Dallon Rackard
Cadet Skylar Wise

To Petty Officer Third Class:
Cadet Drake Driskell
Cadet Dejanique Lowery

To Seaman:
Cadet Erich Amerson
Cadet Ryan Andrews
Cadet Ruth Mobley
Cadet Anthoni Weaver

To Seaman Apprentice:
Cadet Noah Fussner

EXEMPLARY APPEARANCE AWARDS


Cadet Keaton Brown
Cadet John Bashore
Cadet Kohle Harigel
Cadet Ryan Andrews
Cadet Drake Driskell
Cadet Erich Amerson

NS1 KNOCKOUT DRILL WINNERS


1st Place-Cadet Noah Fussner
2nd Place- Cadet Drake Driskell
3rd Place-Cadet Dakota Giddeon

NorthEscambia.com photos, click to enlarge.

Comments

One Response to “Facing A Navy Captain: Northview NJROTC Cadets Undergo Inspection (With Gallery)”

  1. Kim Betz on February 13th, 2020 6:54 am

    I am SO PROUD of my kiddos! Keep Reaching for the Stars! I sure do miss seeing you all everyday! ❤





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