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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1990 - Organizations. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. April 23, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/21919/show/21759.

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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1990 - Organizations. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/21919/show/21759

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Transcript Xx GROUP XI X3 1 * ? ' I've never wanted to do anything but be a military officer. ROTC is the most outstanding prepartion for life. -Eric D. Henderson mCh ii The good thing ROTC does is it I | I makes you a better organizer.lt gives you a chance to do things you don't get to do in other classes.-David Mendoza ROTC requires practical implementation of planning. If you can't apply what you've learned in class, what's the point? -Scott Zimmerman 224 Organizations HA)BR§«pN f^p cadet recieves an award from one of the ROTC head officials. Aside from participating in many outdoor- type activities, the members of the UH ROTC enjoyed other functions such as an awards ceremony and the Military BalLPhoto by Jerry Munoz. ji^Zappeling down the side of a building or taking practice shots with an Ml6 rifle are not things that most people are able to experience. Members of the UH Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) had this opportunity and in the process learned many other important skills. The basic purpose of the ROTC program was to teach leadership and management i skills to the students. " Application of theory was emphasized by placing students in leadership roles within the Corp of Cadets. This was one of the unique aspects of the program. Major Sonya Gaidelis said, "We are here to provide guidance or to assist in an emergency, but it's pretty their own show." Thus, the students were allowed to learn by doing. Junior-level ROTC members were the ones in charge of the cadets. This way they recieved thorough hands- The experience gained from ROTC simply wasn't available elsewhere. on leadership training. Probably the most infamous activity that occured in ROTC was the physical training (PT). The cadets met for PT twice a week to get into the best physical | shape possible ROTC offered different training throughout the students' stay at UH. During the first year, confidence and leadership skills are devel- ' oped. In the follow ing, the cadets took part in intermediate leadership, introduction to tactical operations and land management. In the last two years of college, considerably more detail was given to areas of leadership and management. Much of the experience gained through ROTC simply wasn't available elsewhere. The activities offered a break from the monotonous routine of school. -Shanda Boyett ROTC: A COMPANY (front) Angela Hill, Bruce Williams, James Torres, Dennis Reberio, Dong Kim, Scott Sonsola, Ade Sudakis, Walter Mayorga; (row 2) Angel Liberg, Jessica Wilbert, Missy Hutchins, John Littleton, Jeff Embry, Micheal Berry, Asif Malik, Damien Treshman, Tisha James, Roy Lira; (row 3) Leo Sanchez, 'Earl Coleman, Samuel Alix, Patrick Sauer, Jaime Gomez, Daiel LaGalbo.Pfcofo by Jerry Munoz. ROTC: B COMPANY (front) Jeffrey Duhrsen, Hoang Nguye Ann Brown, Latriscia Kirkpatrick, Melanese Philbert, Susan Setler, Vu Nguyen, Jeffrey Solomon, Malik Kaiser; (row 2) Chevala Cooper, Robert Mueller, Russell Taylor, Richard Gibbens, Brian Prather, Daphne Dickey, Alan Torres, Tuan Nguyen; (back) Greg Otto, Nicholas Katy, Randy Woolsey, Eduardo Torres, James Roop, Ross Pollack, Greg Olive, Moses Scheinfeld, Anna Marie Kratzenstein.Photo by Jerry Munoz. ROTC: RECON COMPANY (front) Dominick Salivas; (back) Allison Snyder, Jason Fry, Charles Laubach, Charles Vargas, Jack Bell, Robert Nutail, Karmardi Mills, Hope Heallen, Brian Johnson.Photo by Jerry Munoz. Organizations 225