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The Redhawk Review


Newsletter
October 2018

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ARME D The Redhawk Review is a
S E RV I CE S NI G HT monthly JROTC newsletter to
inform cadets and parents of
the accomplishments of the
For the final football game of the Redhawk Battalion. The
season, JROTC hosted an newsletter also serves as
Armed Services Night. Recruiters insight as to what is happening
from every branch participated in in the coming months.
a color guard and took part in a
coin toss.
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Y O UTH
LE ADE RS HI P
CO NFE RE NCE
From 24-27 November, 3 cadets
traveled to Huntsville, Alabama as
part of the Youth Leadership
Conference.

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UP CO MI NG
E V E NTS
Read more about the upcoming
events of the Battalion.

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ARMED
SERVICES NIGHT
On 26 November, the last football game was played against
Lavergne, as well as a salute to the services. The Army, Marine
Corps, Navy, National Guard and Air Force all had recruiters in
attendance. The Navy, Marine Corps and Army also took part in a
coin toss at the beginning of the game.
Tables were set up as viewing tools and students and parents
were allowed to visit each recruiter throughout the game. The
turnout was exceptional and everyone who attended enjoyed the
ceremonies and products that were handed out during the game.
“Dreams
don’t work
unless you
do.” -C/CSM
Joshua
Carrigan

YOUTH LEADERSHIP
CONFERENCE
LEARNING DISCIPLINE AND AMERICAN HERITAGE
On Wednesday, 24 November, Cadet Command leadership, World War I, and how fortunate we as
Sergeant Major Joshua Carrigan, Cadet Captain Americans are to live in a free country.
Connie Sheriff, and Cadet Captain Cassidy Carr- The cadets also participated in survival classes and
McJunkins of the Redhawk Battalion traveled to a Field Leadership Reaction Course, as well as an
Huntsville, Alabama. This was for the Youth “Intro to Flight” and Aviation Challenge. The
Leadership Conference hosted by the Military Order Aviation Challenge consisted of a centrifuge and
of World Wars. The Conference consisted of flight simulator.
lecturing, classes, hands-on participation and team-
building.
Throughout the three days of the conference, the
cadets received classes relating to leadership,
American heritage and patriotism, and free
enterprise. Classes were given about the qualities
of
UPCOMING EVENTS
15 NOVEMBER – EARLY DISMISSAL AND
ASVAB
17 NOVEMBER – CLARKSVILLE RIFLE
MEET
20 NOVEMBER – LOVELESS JROTC
PORTRAITS
20 NOVEMBER – BATTALION MEETING
21-25 NOVEMBER – THANKSGIVING
BREAK
6 DECEMBER – COUNTY RIFLE MATCH
13-20 DECEMBER – MIDTERM EXAMS
21 DECEMBER – 7 JANUARY –
CHRISTMAS BREAK
26 JANUARY – MILITARY BALL