S&T’s Army ROTC team headed to national skills competition

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ROTC Ranger Challenge

Members of the Missouri S&T ROTC Ranger Challenge Team, from left: LeeAnn Ford, Eric Alcante, Brandon Neil, Michael Radlund, Ethan Gatzemeyer, Jacob Ewing, Reece Fritz, Aaron Lucio, Dale Crossman and Emily Chambers. Photo by Juliette Okel, Missouri S&T.

Congratulations to Missouri S&T’s Army ROTC Ranger Challenge team, which placed second in the regional round of what’s considered the varsity sport of Army ROTC. In this round the team demonstrated skills in rifle usage, land navigation, emergency medical treatment, knot tying and employing radio calls for artillery.

The 10-member team, representing the university’s Stonehenge Battalion, will head to the Sandhurst Military Skills Competition at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, New York, next spring.  

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