Another Tuesday Morning Drill!

Feb
25

During Tuesday drill the Battalion had two informative briefs and a message from our BSM. The first brief was about the Command Climate Assessment, ran by LT Gardner. The battalion learned the importance of this survey and how it can benefit and improve our NROTC unit. Battalion members should take this seriously and give good constructive feedback.

Naval Leadership Weekend at the University of Notre Dame was last weekend and MIDN Westmoreland, Morris, Gaylor, and Pond briefed the battalion on some of the leadership lessons that were covered.

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The End Is In Sight

Feb
21

As winter quarter starts winding down, the last of the mid terms and the upcoming finals have many of the Midshipmen wishing for spring break. NW Navy rosters have been finalized and many battalion members are looking forward to the trip and the competition. Drill this week was an NCIS brief for those with security clearances which proved very insightful. Bulldog engaged in a swamp land nav course designed by SSgt Gentry and SSgt Phansiri, which saw the Midshipmen putting to the test what they had learned in the classroom. Good Luck with the rest of the quarter battalion!

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Many Changes

Feb
14

Halfway through Winter Quarter brings the Husky Battalion the change of command ceremony for both Captain Melin and the rest of the battalion staff. Thank you Captain Melin for your many years of service. Additionally, welcome to Captain Deehr as the new Commanding Officer of the Husky Battalion.

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Good Luck With Mid-Terms!

Jan
28

Drill this week was split, with the Navy options receiving a brief from LT Kigin on the MH-60R and MH-60S, and from LT Ford about the P-3C Orion and the P-8 Poseidon. The briefs taught the Navy Option Midshipmen about the functionality of the different aircraft. Useful information no matter what the intended community is. Meanwhile the Marine Options mustered in Clark Hall for a class on Land Navigation. The Midshipmen learned how to use protractors, compasses, and maps to plot grid coordinates and shoot azimuths.

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Starting off strong

Jan
16

As the first week of Winter Quarter comes to a finish the Battalion begins to adjust back to the NROTC and academic lifestyle: 0600 wake up calls and constant studying! On Tuesday morning, Lieutenant Gardner gave a brief discussing fraternization. Battalion members gave possible scenarios of fraternization to see and put things in different perspectives. Stay strong and stay motivated Battalion! Winter Quarter has only begun!

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