I have been JROTC for four years now and I have learned many great things. In my first year I was attending NMMI. This was an Army JROTC school. There I learned how to march, learn how to read a map, and I also learned how to command my fellow peers.
In the army I learned the basics for marching. They taught me to start marching with my left foot. I also had learned which foot to call commands on. Another thing I learned in JROTC was how to put together many different types of uniforms.
I learned how to navigate by using a map. I learned the many tools needed to read a map. There are many steps needed to read a map and in Army JROTC I learned them all.
In my first year of JROTC, I learned the skills needed to command a flight of my peers. This was hard because at that time I had not had that much expected of me. But by the end of my first year, I had become very proficient.
My first year of JROTC, I learned many of leadership skills. I learned how to march and how to march my peers and I learned how to read a map.
My Second year of JROTC, I learned how to make power point presentations, emergency survival techniques, and
I learned how to make and properly use a power point. We started doing small presentations and ended with a long power point on drugs. This was good preparation for later in life.
In my second year of JROTC, I had also learned many survival techniques. I learned how to apply a splint to a broken bone. Also I learned how to apply a tourniquet and other techniques to stop major bleeding.
Another important thing I learned in JROTC was how to write a Resume. Resume are needed when applying for jobs. We worked on many styles of resumes and proper etiquette during and after interviews.
In my second year of JROTC I learned many things to help me with my future career. I learned how to use power points. I learned important survival skills. I also learned how to write a resume.
In my third year of JROTC, I moved form NMMI to...