The U.S. Army’s Jr. Reserve Officers Training Corps was the topic at a recent meeting of the Mayfield Rotary Club. Jr. ROTC is available to western Kentucky high school upperclassmen at Graves County High School, starting this year. Juniors and seniors at area high schools who are considering pursuing the military as a career may register for the program’s few remaining slots, if they do so soon. That includes those interested upperclassmen from other high schools, since they may transfer to Graves County High School. Their Jr. ROTC experience can benefit their rank and pay grade upon graduation. Here, Lt. Col. Jason Caldwell, Ret. (center), the Graves County program’s leader, poses with Graves County Schools finance director Dr. R.B. Mays (left) and Superintendent and Rotarian Pete Galloway. To learn more about the Jr. ROTC program at Graves County High School, phone Caldwell at (270) 674-6242 or 328-6242, extension 2839, or email him at Jason.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jr. ROTC at Graves Hi open to W.Ky teens
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