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Ozark High School JROTC P.O. Box 166 Ozark, MO 65721 USA
Phone: (417) 582-5901
Ozark JROTC: Producing Tomorrow's Leaders
JROTC is the United States Army's way to give back to the community. JROTC teaches leadership values to prepare high school students for the challenges they will face in both a military and civilian environment.
Ozark High School's JROTC program provides students with an opportunity to develop leadership skills through classroom instruction, drill meets, marksmanship contests, and our annual summer camp. Student's aren't required to commit to any future military service upon joining JROTC; although JROTC will help those interested in a military career advance.
Our core values, PURPOSE, DIRECTION, and MOTIVATION, prepare JROTC students for the challenges they face now and in the future.
What's Happening in JROTC
Ozark JROTC Drill Teams to Compete at Nationals
On April 6, 2013, Ozark JROTC drill teams will compete in Louisville, Kentucky at the National Drill Team Competition. The Ozark JROTC team has been very successful this year at their drill competitions throughout the school year, and will compete for a national championship.
Back to Back Air Rifle Champions
Like it did a year ago, Ozark High School's precision team led Shelby County High School after the opening round of the JROTC National Air Rifle Championships. And as they were in 2012 during the final round of competition at the Civilian Marksmanship Program's indoor range, the Army program from Missouri and the Marine Corps program from Kentucky -- whether by coincidence or fate -- happened to shoot from firing lanes Saturday positioned right next to each other.
was the same scenario. And the same result. Ozark claimed its
second straight precision championship, beating Shelby County
4,686 points to 4,665 points.
Ozark Rifle Team Sets National Recrod in Mountain Grove
The Ozark Precision Air Rifle team and Sporter Air Rifle team competed at Mountinan Grove this past weekend with both teams doing a great job. The precision team members Logan Hunt, Shelby Brummett, Makennon Doran and Ben Estes set a new Army JROTC National Team scoring record in which they held from last year.
Army JROTC Precision class Team 3x20 set the National Record with a score of 2329 which beats the previous record of 2327 which Ozark set last February.
Ozark Rifle Team Takes First in Nashville
Congratulations to the Ozark Rifle Team. They competed in Nashville, Tennessee on October 14. They took first place at the Montgomery Bell precision air rifle competition.
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