Plan of the Week​​

Below you can find information about events and weekly agenda for this week in our NJROTC program. ​​

Chain of Command

Schedule for the week

​Commanding Officer
C/LCDR Amanda Dickerson

Principal
Ms. E. Amanda O'Nan

​​Senior Naval Science Instructor
LCDR Matthew Pheiffer

Naval Science Instructor
SgtMaj John Wyatt

Executive Officer
C/LT Andrea Moreno

Febraury 4th  –February 10th  2019
  1. 11 Feb
    Academics & Drill
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  2. 12 Feb
    Academics & Drill
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    -
  3. 13 Feb
    Uniform Inspection
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    Mighty Eighth Air Force Museum Trip
  4. 14 Feb
    Academics & Drill
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    -
  5. 15 Feb
    Physical Training
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    Cadet VIP Escorts 8am
  6. 16 Feb
    ANNUAL MILITARY BALL
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    -
  7. 17 Feb
    No Actvity
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NOTES


​1. THE ANNUAL MILITARY BALL IS THIS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 16 TH ! Please be at the Country Club of Hilton Head
in Hilton Head Plantation by 5:30pm. Male cadets will be in Service Dress Blues, female cadets may wear formal
evening wear.
2. THE TRIP TO THE MIGHTY EIGHTH AIR FORCE MUSEUM is this Wednesday 13 February. We leave at 9am and
return by 2pm. All permission slips are due by the end of the day Monday 11 Feb. Uniform is Naval Service
Uniform.
3. THE MILITARY BALL PRACTICE is Friday 4pm at the Country Club of Hilton Head for all cadets taking part in the
ceremonial segment of the Ball. The list is on the instructor office door.




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       Notes​ 

THIS DAY IN NAVY HISTORY  

   
THIS DAY IN NAVY HISTORY
    

THIS DAY IN NAVY HISTORY

November 12, 1942 was the first day of fighting in Naval Battle of Guadalcanal.  U.S. Marines landed on the Solomon Islands in August of 1942 and combat was constant. But the three days between November 12 – 15 were the final climax and a turning point of the campaign.



  

Commander's Quote of the Week

  
If you think of yourselves as helpless and ineffectual, it is certain that you will create a despotic government to be your master.  The wise despot, therefore, maintains among his subjects a popular sense that they are helpless and ineffectual. Frank Herbert, American science fiction writer






  

Sgt Maj Words of Wisdom

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Act well your part, there all the honor lies. He who does something at the head of one Regiment, will eclipse him who does nothing at the head of a hundred. - Abraham Lincoln in response to General David Hunter’s complaint of commanding only 3,000 men during the Civil War.