NSU DEPT of MIL Science

NSU DEPT of MIL Science

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Camp Gruber Paint Ball

This week the NSU Army ROTC Program conducted MOUT Site / Urban Ops at Camp Gruber. Junior level cadets planned a mission to assault two fortified enemy strong holds within a small town. Cadets utilized Urban Operation skills trained within the classroom such as stacking and clearing procedures.

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Fall Field Training Exercise

This last weekend our Cadets traveled to Camp Gruber to participate in this Fall's Field Training Exercise (FTX).  Cadets were challenged on their tactical abilities during STX Lanes which focused on Movement to Contact, Taking out a Bunker, Ambush and other Military Operations.  Many overcame their fear of heights while conquering Confidence Course Obstacles.  Cadets also honed their navigational skills on Camp Gruber's Land Navigation Course.

Sunday, October 10, 2010

Contracting Ceremony

Several of our newest Cadets this semester were recognized at this weekend’s Homecoming Game in Tahlequah.  These cadets will be sharing a $579,426 Check which will cover their tuition, room and board, monthly stipend and other benefits while attending college.  Congratulations to each of our latest additions to the program!

Thursday, September 16, 2010

NSU ROTC Now Offers Classes at TCC

This is the first full year that NSU Army ROTC is now offering Classes for TCC Students.  Those interested in taking classes at TCC can enroll their First or Second year and upon graduation from TCC transfer to NSU receiving Full Credit toward their Bachelors as well as entry into their Advanced 3rd and 4th year of the ROTC Program.  Contact our office for more information by calling (918) 444-3066.

Friday, August 27, 2010

NSU PaintBall

NSU ROTC conducted Paintball exercises between the Library and Wilson Hall on the Tahlequah Campus Wednesday 9/1/2010. The program allowed NSU Students the opportunity to get involved by playing a little capture the flag against our Cadets. Even with sporadic rain, we had a great turn out and everyone had an outstanding time. Cadets gained a great deal of knowledge with regard to Individual Movement Techniques as well as Offensive / Defensive ratios required to overtake positions.


Today our NSU ROTC Cadets completed their first Combat Water Survival Training (CWST) this year.  CWST is a requirement of all ROTC cadets. Cadets are required to conduct a 3-meter drop into water, blind folded and carrying a mock M-16 rifle. They are also required to swim 15 meters in uniform with gear while keeping a mock M-16 rifle out of the water. Additionally, cadets must demonstrate removal techniques of their equipment while submerged.

Monday, August 23, 2010


NSU ARMY ROTC provides students the training to become Officers in the US Army, National Guard and Reserves.  View these pictures to get a feel for the variety of Activities our Cadets Experience.
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