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Special Teams
Note: Any and all team commanders may be contacted through the email [email protected]

Ram Team

Commander: Mr. Anderson

Ram team is a physical fitness team for Rogers high school JROTC program. We compete in a verity of test, which in includes push up, sit ups, and a one mile run. In preparation of these events, we have two practices every week. On Tuesday we have a cardio and body weight based workout. On Thursday we do a weightlifting routine in the weight room.

Practices: Tuesdays & Thursdays 3-4:30pm

Email: [email protected]

Remind: TBA


Marksmanship Team

Commander: Mr. Wu

JROTC Marksmanship "a sport where a rifle is aimed, controlled and fired so as to consistently hit a difficult target."  We shoot .177cal pellet rifles 10 meters away from a sheet of 10 targets consisting of 10 ring and 0.5mm gap in between each ring.  Each shot takes extreme concentration and control. Cadets will learn from their mistakes and gradually increase their marksman skill. Guidance is also provided for the best results. Overall marksmanship is fun, unique, and open to all sport.

Practices: Tuesdays & Thursdays 6:15-7:45am

Email: [email protected]

Remind: 9d6dgf



Unarmed Drill Team

Commander: Mr. Grylls

The JROTC Unarmed drill team is a group of 9 or more cadets that perform in 3 phases. The First phase is Inspection where the cadet’s uniforms will be inspected and their general knowledge of the JROTC program and military is tested. The second phase is regulation which test the cadet’s ability to march and follow commands. The last phase is exhibition, which is an optional event, made by the commander, where they will perform a routine.

Practices: Tuesday & Wednesday 7-8am

Email: [email protected]

Remind: @gebkefa


Armed Drill Team

Commander: Mr. Goodman

The JROTC Armed drill team is a group of 9 or more cadets that perform in 3 different phases. First phase is Inspection where the cadet’s rifle will be inspected and their general knowledge of the JROTC program is tested. The second phase is regulation which test the cadet’s ability to march and follow commands. The last phase is exhibition, which is an optional event, made by the commander, where they will show off their abilities to execute difficult spins and tricks  

Practices: Tuesday & Wednesday 3-4:30pm

Email: [email protected]

Remind: @rhsarm


Color Guard Team

Commander: Mr. Saum

The JROTC Color Guard is a competition team, during JROTC competitions we present the colors and perform a series of movements and then we are scored on how well we perform those movements. Unlike other competition teams we don’t have an exhibition (a routine that a commander creates), yet we are the most precise and in sync team there is. Color guard has two competition teams that compete on two different brackets our team 1 color guard is usually made up of juniors and seniors, and our team 2 is usually made up of freshman and sophomores however this is not always the case. We also do several color guards in the community, for private organizations, the Puyallup school district, and even for the state!

Practices: Thursday & Friday 7-8am

Email: [email protected]

Remind: @rogerscolo


Academic Team

TBA