ROTC Ranks on Top
At this year's Leadership Development and Assessment Course (LDAC), WMU's ROTC Training Program finished in the top spot—out of 273 programs represented in Recondo—a specialized program that trains cadets in necessary reconnaissance and standard infantry skills.
The 29 day training session included cadets from around the country participating in land navigation tests, the Army Physical Fitness test, land and water obstacle courses, and situational training exercises.
The Broncos captured several other honors this year, including:
▪ 53 percent of the Broncos received the Recondo badge, more than any other program.
▪ Bronco Battalion finished in the top 10 percent nationally in two major categories, finishing fourth in Peer Rating and in the 17th in Platoon Top 5.
▪ The program was the top program in Michigan and one of the top two in its 5-state region of Tennessee, Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio and the Lower Peninsula of Michigan.
WMU has a tradition of producing some of the finest officers, dating back to 1950 when the program was established. It consistently ranks among the top ROTC programs nationally.
To learn more, please follow the links below:
WMU — ROTC PROGRAM
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