U.S. Army Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (JROTC) is a congressionally mandated program that focuses on the youth-oriented mission “Motivating Young People to be Better Citizens”. It is one of the largest youth programs in the world with more than 310,000 high school students participating annually while enrolled in over 1,700 secondary educational programs and encompasses a myriad of teaching goals focused on leadership, teamwork, character education, personal responsibility, a sense of accomplishment, and service to the nation. Two of the most important assets for JROTC are the Cadets/students and the nearly 4,000 instructors who lead, guide, and mentor their Cadets. Because of the significance of the mission, United States Army Cadet Command (USACC) has established an enhanced means of communicating both within the command and externally through the U.S. Army JROTC Web Portal. The Web Portal provides the media for JROTC Cadets and instructors to connect to the world and for the world’s public audience to communicate with the Army JROTC program.
The JROTC Web Portal is a dynamic communications tool that has both a public side and a Private side. The public side provides access to general information on the JROTC Program and news about our Cadets, while the private side is reserved for our instructors. Instructors have access to the following web pages: Education & Curriculum with such items as Distance Learning, Curriculum On-line, Education Technology, Textbooks, Accreditation, and other items of interest; Instructor Management which includes Instructor Pay, CNACI, Interview Course Skills, etc; Training & Operations which includes JSOCC Courses, Co-Curricular Events, Logistics, Marksmanship & Safety program, Institute of Heraldry, etc; Automation to include Lifecycle Replacement program, JUMS, and JCIMS.
Recent changes to the JROTC Web Portal have enhanced its appearance, accessibility, and ease of locating items of interest. We are committed to continuing improvements to make it even more professional and convenient. Please email the JROTC Web Developer to provide feedback and comments on how we can make the JROTC Web Portal a better tool for your use.
Thank you for all that you do for our nation.
Officer: Emmanuel Reyes
The cadet battalion executive officer (XO) supervises, directs, and coordinates the cadet battalion staff to prevent overlapping efforts and to ensure that the commander’s desires are understood and achieved. The cadet battalion XO keeps the staff informed of the commander’s policies and keeps the cadet battalion commander informed of the status of projects assigned to the staff. The cadet battalion XO assumes command of the cadet battalion in the absence of the cadet battalion commander.
- Organize the cadet battalion staff properly and ensure that it works as a team.
- Inspect the work of the cadet battalion staff and make other inspections as directed by the cadet battalion commander.
- Ensure that the battalion staff officers prepare and submit reports on time and that they are engaged in future planning.
- Act as the commander of troops during ceremonies.
- Ensure that instructions and orders issued to the cadet battalion are in accordance with the established policies of the cadet battalion commander; report all violations of orders to the cadet battalion commander.
- Perform other duties as assigned by the cadet battalion commander or the instructor staff.