Three cadets from Cameron University's Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) program each received a commission as a Second Lieutenant (2LT) in the U.S. Army during a recent ceremony.
LTC Seth Hall (left) and CU President John McArthur (right) congratulate (l to r) 2LT Dominic Rucker, 2LT Jason Albert-Maez and 2LT Jordan Lattanzi on receiving their commissions into the U.S. Army. 2LT Jason Albert-Maez, Fort Campbell, Ky., has earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice with a minor in military science. He has received a branch assignment to the Chemical Corps and will serve in the Oklahoma National Guard.
2LT Jordan L. Lattanzi, Lawton, has earned a Bachelor of Science in Political Science degree with a minor in military science. He will serve on active duty in the Aviation Corps.
2LT Dominic E. Mucker, Lawton, has earned a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies degree with a concentration in chemistry and military science. He has received an active duty assignment to the Quartermaster Corps.
Cadets in CU’s Comanche Battalion must meet rigorous physical fitness demands, achieve satisfactory evaluations in leadership skills, support the community through various service-related activities, and, as seniors, serve as mentors to the junior class members, all while maintaining a minimum overall GPA of 2.0, a 3.0 in military science, and a 3.2 or above for competitive active duty positions.
For students seeking leadership skills, service opportunities, or a career in the military (active duty or reserve), Cameron University’s ROTC program provides the pathway to achieving those goals. To learn more about becoming a member of the Cameron University’s Comanche Battalion, contact the George D. Keathley Department of Military Science at 580-581-2340 or email email@example.com.
December 18, 2019