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East Hall NJROTC receives high marks on Annual Military Inspection

By Giselle Mesquital Intern

East Hall High School Navy Junior Reserves Officers’ Training Corps went through its Annual Military inspection on Wednesday, January 17.

The Annual Military Inspection is a program inspection conducted annually by the United States Navy to ensure that each NJROTC unit operates and maintains the Navy’s Standards. The inspection consists of an in-depth administrative review, individual personnel uniform inspections, and a Pass-In-Review ceremony. 

Conducted in the main gym on campus, the following Hall County School District BOE members were present: Nath Morris, Debra Smith, Mark Pettitt and East Hall High School’s CTAE Assistant Principal Micah Hoyt. 

Under the leadership of unit commander Cadet Lieutenant Quincy Escoe, the unit received high marks across the Board. 

The inspecting officer was Commander Matthew Jordan, US Navy (Retired), NJROTC Area 9 Manager. 

“East Hall High School NJROTC is a hidden gem in Area 9, and is on track to becoming one of the top units in my Area,” said CDR Jordan.

The East Hall NJROTC Corps of Cadets is one of the only programs in the nation with an eighth-grade program that launched this year in collaboration with East Hall Middle school, with a long legacy having been established in 1993.

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