Exploring JROTC’s Rich History In Hawai‘i
targeting students as young military.
icy memorandum says that “while not designed to be a is nothing in existing law that precludes ... facilitating t he recruitment of young men and women into the U.S. Army.”
military discipline and lead ership instruction help stu dents be achievers.
Former state Sen. Po hai Ryan, a Kamehameha Schools alumna, said, when her school was bailing out, gram which has a long history at Kamehameha and has pro duced a lot of generals, in man Adm. Robert Kihune and retired National Guard Gen. Ed Richardson.”
Shelbi Davis, a former in Sedalia, Missouri, may have expressed it best for the pro side:
“The instructors are like your parents i n t hat t hey want the best for members, help ensure they get to col arships — all very important because a lot of kids in high
In 2004, then-Radford High School JROTC cadet and 11th-grader Melanie Leonard received national newspaper coverage as she saluted during a Memorial Day ceremony at Pearl Harbor.