May 4, 2012, UK Army and Air Force ROTC Cadets were commissioned as 2nd Lieutenants in the United States Army and Air Force, respectively. The ceremony took place in Memorial Hall on UK's campus and was followed by a reception in the Small Ballroom of the Student Center. May 20, 2012, Centre...

LTC Cummins invited one of his past students from West Point, CPT Jason C. M. Davis, to share his valuable junior officer experience with the Battalion as they enjoyed an early breakfast. CPT Davis was an inspiration to the Cadets. Photos provided by LTC Brad Harrington.

Dean Kornbluh hosts a 5K for A&S Staff and their families to run with the UK ROTC programs to foster collegiality and encourage fitness. The 5K run/walk course starts and ends at Buell Armory, and healthy refreshments are available afterwards in Buell Armory.

The Wildcat Battalion partnered with University of Louisville and University of Dayton to conduct their annual Spring FTX at Camp Atterbury, Indiana. The purpose of a Joint FTX is to build positive relationships with other ROTC programs in the nation. Our Cadets have the opportunity to interact...

Basic Course Cadets were briefed on the different weapons carried in a fire squad – the service pistol (M9), the Squad Automatic Weapon (SAW/M249), the grenade launcher (M203), and the rifle (M16/M4). They were taught how to fire, dismantle, and clean each weapon and had the opportunity to live-...

The biannual FTX was held at the Wendell H. Ford Regional Training Center in Greenville, Kentucky. The exercise serves as hands-on training and provides bonding for all cadet classes. Cadets tackled a high ropes course, maneuvered through an obstacle course, practiced day and night Land...

The Battalion conducts a CWST as part of cadet training. During the test, Cadets are required to tread water for five minutes, complete a 15-meter swim while wearing their load bearing vest (LBV) and carrying a M-16 above water, perform an equipment ditch (jump into the pool with their LBV and M...

The UK Army ROTC Cadets participated in a 5K Run at the Kentucky Horse Park, sponsored by the AUSA.

September 10, 2011 UK Hero's Day 2011 - vs. Central Michigan UK Athletics honored the Army and Air Force ROTC and families along with their Alumni, firefighters, police and paramedics at Heroes' Day 2011 during the UK football game against Central Michigan.

The pictures in this album show our MS3s attending their weekly ROTC classroom training. The course teaches the Cadets advanced tactics and leadership in conjunction with their Wednesday Leadership Lab hands-on training.

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