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| November 14, 2011 | 0 Comments
KAHUKU — Sgt. Maj. Novite Silva (right), Hawaii School Multiple Unit, JROTC; inspects JROTC Cadet Jordon Hammond, Red Raider Battalion, Kahuku High School; during a formal inspection, here, Oct. 28. Members of the 8th Brigade, U.S. Army Cadet Command, Fort Lewis, Wash., oversaw the inspection. Besides the in-ranks inspection, the inspection consisted of 18 areas, to include drill team performance. The JROTC battalion’s overall score of 98.7 percent enables it to maintain its status as an Honor Unit with Distinction for the 19th consecutive year. A JROTC Honor Unit with Distinction gets five appointments to the nation's military academies, provided the cadets or non-JROTC enrolled students meet admission prerequisites. (Cadet Staff Sgt. Lindy Soukhaseum | Kahuku High School JROTC)

KAHUKU — Sgt. Maj. Novite Silva (right), Hawaii School Multiple Unit, JROTC; inspects JROTC Cadet Jordon Hammond, Red Raider Battalion, Kahuku High School; during a formal inspection, here, Oct. 28. Members of the 8th Brigade, U.S. Army Cadet Command, Fort Lewis, Wash., oversaw the inspection. Besides the in-ranks inspection, the inspection consisted of 18 areas, to include drill team performance. The JROTC battalion’s overall score of 98.7 percent enables it to maintain its status as an Honor Unit with Distinction for the 19th consecutive year. A JROTC Honor Unit with Distinction gets five appointments to the nation's military academies, provided the cadets or non-JROTC enrolled students meet admission prerequisites. (Cadet Staff Sgt. Lindy Soukhaseum | Kahuku High School JROTC)

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