Featured Stories

ROTC Community Builds Esprit de Corps

Being a successful student at the University of Kentucky requires a high level of commitment and self-discipline. That goes double for students in the Reserve Officer Training Corps, or ROTC.

Dahlia d'Arge

 

by Victoria Dekle

For some people, waking up early for physical training might be the hardest part of joining the University of Kentucky ROTC. But not for sophomore cadet, Dahlia d’Arge.

“Waking up is easy,” she said. “With farming you have to wake up early.”

Securing Our Foundation

Lasting Impression - Colonel Stephen Milton

By Krystal Delfino

I recently had the opportunity to communicate with Colonel Stephen Milton about his experiences at the University of Kentucky and the U.S. Army. Currently, the colonel is serving as a staff officer on Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska, tasked to bridge communication and efforts between the Missile Defense Agency and U.S. Strategic Command. When he has free time, he enjoys the outdoors and the company of family and friends. Here’s what Colonel Milton had to say about UK’s ROTC program:

Serving in Service

By Rebekah Tilley

This article originally appeared in the College of Nursing Fall 2011 Newsletter and is re-printed here with their permission.

In the ten years since the events of September 11, 2001, the military footprint around the world has vastly expanded touching the careers of many UK College of Nursing alumni and faculty as well as impacting the training of its ROTC undergraduates.

X
Enter your Army ROTC username.
Enter the password that accompanies your username.
Secure Login

This login is SSL protected

Loading