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Kent Wired

Cadet Kyle Raynard, senior aeronautics major, demonstrates the pull-up portion of the fitness test on February 12, 2020. ROTC members had to do a pull-up, while bringing their legs up and touching their elbows to their thighs.

ROTC students take on new tests for training

Bridget Lin Reporter February 14, 2020

Before the sun even comes up, ROTC students are preparing for morning training and work-outs that make most people shake their heads. Morning training consists of shouting, intensity, laughter, perseverance,...

Emily Daquelente poses for a photo.

Army ROTC cadets celebrate the year with awards breakfast

Mariah Hicks April 28, 2018

Kent State Army ROTC cadets celebrated the closing of the 2017-18 school year with an awards breakfast Wednesday morning in the Kent Student Center.The ceremony recognized the achievements of cadets and...

Army ROTC cadets to compete in annual Ranger Challenge

Kathryn Monsewicz October 31, 2017

Yoga isn’t typical physical training for Kent State’s Army ROTC cadets, but this weekend’s Ranger Challenge competition involves toning down the intensity and upping their mental preparedness.The Ranger...

Kent State reserve officers training corps newest commander, Lt. Col. Daniel Finkelstein, teaches an Air Force ROTC class, Thursday, Jan. 30, 2014, in Terrace Hall.

ROTC program provides skills for future

Mary Booth February 3, 2014

The ROTC program, which has existed for more than 60 years, offers a wide range of benefits for students enrolled. Those in charge do whatever they can to mold the best men and women for the armed forces.“It’s...

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