ROTC

UNL ColorguardUNL ROTC color guard at 2014 award ceremony
2014 UNL Cadet Matthew Lehman

Lincoln Chapter President presents ROTC Silver medals to Cadet Matthew E. Lehman (top), Midshipman Daniel A. Quan (middle) and Cadet Cade S. Karlberg Bottom

 

 

2014 UNL Midshipman Daniel Quan
20014 UNL Cadet Cade Karlbergrotc-silverThe SAR awards the ROTC Medal to foster the principle of the “citizen-soldier”, exemplified by the Minutemen of Revolutionary War days.  This award is presented by a Chapter, a State Society, or the National Society to ROTC or JROTC cadets who are selected for having a high degree of merit with respect to leadership qualities, military bearing and general excellence.  The recipients are selected by the Commanding Officer of the ROTC or JROTC unit, who should be given full latitude in making the selection.

The SAR ROTC Medal is approved by the United States Army, the United States Navy, the United States Marine Corps, and the United States Air Force.  Each service has notified its ROTC and JROTC units of this approval and has authorized presentation to its cadets or midshipmen.

The ROTC medal is struck on a circular planchet.  The obverse shows a Minuteman holding a rifle and standing next to a plow, with the Liberty Bell in the background.  It is inscribed with the letters “ROTC”.   The reverse is inscribed “Awarded for Leadership, Soldierly Bearing and Excellence to _____________.”  The medal is suspended from a ribbon of the SAR Colors.  A ribbon bar in the SAR colors is included and a certificate is available as well.

2014 JROTC Branden Claus
Lincoln Chapter awarded a JROTC Bronze medal to Cadet Branden Claus at Lincoln North East High school

 

 

 

 

2004-01-01 00.42.12Omaha Chapter’s Fred Walden awarded a JROTC Bronze medal to Bailey Hazel at Omaha West High school

 

 

 

 

 

rotc-bronze

The Bronze JROTC Medal was authorized in 1965, and is presented only to students in secondary school JROTC.  No recipient may receive it more than once.   No miniature medal is available.

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