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Orientation was a success, Now its time to put those skills to the test at the Veterans Day Parade

 

MISSION STATEMENT

 

Navy Junior ROTC MISSION:

To instill in students the values of citizenship, service to the United States, personal responsibility, and a sense of accomplishment.

GOALS:

  • Promote patriotism
  • Develop informed and responsible citizens.
  • Develop leadership potential.
  • Promote habits of orderliness and precision and to develop respect for constituted authority.
  • Develop a high degree of personal honor, self-reliance, individual discipline, and leadership.
  • Promote an understanding of the basic elements and requirements for national security.
  • Develop respect for and an understanding of the need for constituted authority in a democratic society.
  • Provide incentives to live healthy and drug free.

Bulldog Battalion Mission:

Our mission within the Bulldog Battalion is transforming today’s High School students into tomorrow’s citizens and next generation’s leaders.

Guiding Principles:

Everyone is expected to live by our Core Values: **HONOR * COURAGE * COMMITMENT ** Regardless of your rank or your experience in the unit, you can, and must, exercise Honor, Courage, and Commitment whenever possible. You need to set the standard through your work ethic, personal accountability, and with your highest sense of personal honor. Never let your fellow cadets sacrifice their integrity or fail to live up to their potential. Every time you turn a blind eye to substandard performance, the team gets weaker and mission accomplishment becomes more difficult.

Life / School Balance: In order to be the best cadets/students/friend/brother/sister AND the best Son/daughter, you must manage your time effectively so you can balance your competing demands between school and family. Effectively setting priorities and proper time management will help you at home and at school. Although moments of sacrifice and long hours of community service will be necessary from time to time in this unit, we do not expect or desire them to become the norm.

Attitude is everything: Our success and happiness is not determined by events that happen in our lives – they are determined by how we react to events that happen in our lives. The attitude that we choose to bring with us will determine the level of our success. You will be surprised at the effect a positive mental attitude will do for you in school (and life).

As NJROTC Cadets, we are in positions of great responsibility and challenge. NJROTC is not for the timid or the meek. If we fail to meet our mission, the strength of our Unit and subsequently the citizenship of our communities will decline. Hiding in your shell is not an option – We need everyone actively engaged in the challenge.

 

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