Tate Army JROTC Wins Regional Drill Meet

March 28, 2024

Submitted by Cadet 1LT Jayce Latzer

The Tate Army JROTC Aggie Battalion recently traveled to Chipley to compete in the regional drill meet.

This competition is to determine what teams are allowed to go to the state drill meet in Lakeland on April 6. Out of the 12 teams, 10 of the teams are qualified for state.

Results were as follows:

-Tate Male Color Guard-1st
CMD c/MAJ Yasurek, J
-Tate Female Unarmed PLT-1st
CMD c/2Lt Elnahrawy, J
-Tate Male Armed PLT-1st
CMD c/CPT Stegall, B
-Tate Female Armed PLT-1st
CMD c/CSM Allgyer, O
-Individual Exhibition-1st
CMD c/SSG Wells, T
-Tate Unarmed Squad Male-2nd
CMD c/SFC Colston, Z
-Tate Unarmed Squad Female-2nd
CMD-c/SGT Wiggins K
-Tate Unarmed PLT-Male-2nd
CMD-c/LTC Sappington K
-Tate Armed Squad Female-2nd
CMD c/1LT Williams, K
-Dual Exhibition-2nd
c/1LT Stringer, B and c/SFC Colston, Z
-Tate Female Color Guard-3rd
CMD c/1SG Vickers, D
-Tate Armed Squad Male-3rd
CMD c/CPT Davis, B

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3 Responses to “Tate Army JROTC Wins Regional Drill Meet”

  1. thomas porter on April 2nd, 2024 12:35 pm

    way to go aggie battilion keep up the great work and good luck at state drill meet

  2. Cindy Petro on March 28th, 2024 4:21 pm

    Very Proud of my Grandson Jayce Latzer and all of Tate JrROTC.

  3. Gary Mondello on March 28th, 2024 11:30 am


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