JROTC Medals
link_1link_2link_3link_4
link_5link_6link_6link_6
link_6link_6link_6link_6
 

JROTC Medals:





Superior Cadet
Awarded one to each LET level in the top 10% of their JROTC class, leadership skills, devotion to the JROTC program, participate in class and extracurricular activities, integrity is above reproach. Basically just an outstanding well rounded cadet.

Legion of Valor Bronze Cross for Achievement
Awarded with the same standards as above only a LET III. Only one is awarded per 4000 cadets in each ROTC region.

Veterans of Foreign Wars
Awarded to a cadet who is in good standing military and scholastically and/ or show a high degree of diligence in a related activity in JROTC.

Sons of the American Revolution
Awarded to one cadet with a high degree of military bearing, leadership, reproach is to the highest degree possible, and general military excellence.

Daughters of the American Revolution
Awarded to a graduating cadet who has demonstrated qualities of dependability, good character, discipline, leadership, and a patriotic understanding of JROTC.

Military Order of World Wars
Awarded to a LET 1,2, or 3 for good standing militarily and scholastically and has indicated by military and scholastic grades, extracurricular activities, or individual desire to serve his/her country.

Scholastic Excellence
Awarded to a LET 1,2, or 3 for good standing militarily and scholastically and has indicated by military and scholastic grades, extracurricular activities, or individual desire to serve his/her country.

General Military Excellence
Awarded to a LET 1,2, or 3 for good standing militarily and scholastically and has indicated by military and scholastic grades, extracurricular activities, or individual desire to serve his/her country.

US Army Recruiting Command
Awarded to a LET III in the top 25% of their JROTC class and potential for greater responsibilities. Participates in extracurricular activities, has military bearing, good character, and a fundamental and patriotic understanding of JROTC training.

Order of the Daedalians
Awarded to a cadet for all around excellence in the top 20% of their class and 10% JROTC subjects. Must have patriotism, potential, and desire a military career.

National Sojourners
Awarded to the cadet in his/her unit who has done the most to encourage and demonstrate Americanism by deed or conduct or both.

The Retired Officers Association
Awarded to a cadet who has a desire to continue ROTC and obtain a commission be in the top 10% of their ROTC class, has demonstrated leadership, moral character, and high aptitude for military service.

AUSA
Awarded to a first or second year cadet who goes beyond his/her responsibilities.

The Reserve Officer's Association
Awarded with the same standards as The Retired Officers Association

Am Vets
Awarded to an outstanding cadet chosen by the SAI

Military Order of the Purple Heart
Awarded to a cadet with a positive attitude, holds a leadership position, and maintains a grade of "B" in all subjects the previous semester.

Home