Welcome to the Official Site of Appalachian State University's Army ROTC! For nearly 40 years, Appalachian State has produced leaders of character for the United States Army. If you would like to learn more, or if you think you have what it takes, take a look at the following pages. This program will challenge you to not only become Army Strong -- but Mountaineer Strong!
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App State Student-Athletes Square Off Against ROTCGoASU.com Appalachian State University Boone, N.C. – 30 Apr 13 BOONE, N.C. – Appalachian State University student-athletes and the University's ROTC program squared off against each other on Monday night, showing off their abilities in a variety of contests. The annual Battle of the Sports competition took place at Kidd Brewer Stadium, promoting a friendly rivalry between student-athletes and members of Appalachian State ROTC. Junior volleyball player, Lauren Brown, was one of the student...
Dining OutOn Friday, 5 April, the Mountaineer Battalion held its formal Dining Out. MG Ed Reeder, class of '82 and commanding general of the U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School, was the guest speaker and spoke of his time as a student and cadet at Appalachian State and years in the Army. Following, MG Reeder's speech, a ceremony was held to honor the MSIV class through awarding of their designated branch insignia. Dining Out, the most formal of the Mountaineer...
App Ski Mtn Host Members of the Wounded Warrior Project for a Day of Skiing, Food and EntertainmentBy Paul T. Choate, High Country PressThe Appalachian Ski Mountain Ski Patrol hosted a special event to honor members of the Wounded Warrior Project on Saturday, March 9. Photo by Ken KetchieMarch 11, 2013. On Saturday, March 9, the Appalachian Ski Patrol at Appalachian Ski Mountain hosted a skiing and snowboarding event for members of the Wounded Warrior Project (WWP). This was the first time any of the three ski resorts in the High Country have hosted a WWP and the App Ski Patrol is...
Appalachian State ROTC Alumni continue to be Mountaineer Strong!Recent Promotions:David Clarkson (ASU Class of 1982) was promoted to Major General in the United States Army on 23 February 2013.Bo Clayton (ASU Class of 1988) was promoted to Colonel in the United States Army on 5 March 2013. Major General Ed Reeder (ASU Class of 1981) presided over the ceremony. Both are pictured.
ASU ROTC Pershing Rifles are National Color Guard Champions; Place Second in Knock-Out Competition.From 14-16 March, the Mountaineer Battalion's Company M4 of the National Society of Pershing Rifles competed against other universities from around the country at the Drill National Convention (NATCON) in Jacksonville, Florida. With nine members of the group new to NATCON, Company M4 competed in the Color Guard, Squad Regulation, Squad Exhibition (rifle spinning), Duo Exhibition, Single Exhibition, and Knock-Out events. The Mountaineers won the Color Guard event while CDT Logan...