Madison Drill

Students in the Navy ROTC program at Marquette University participate in a wide variety of extra-curricular activities, ranging from community service, sports, professional development events, and social gatherings. Click on the name of the event you wish to view pictures of.


Fall and Spring Ball

Every fall, midshipmen and guests gather to celebrate the birthdays of the Navy and Marine Corps.

Every spring, midshipmen and guests gather to celebrate the coming end of the school year and to honor the outgoing senior class


Madison Drill Meet and Endurance Team Competition

Each Fall the Drill Team and the Endurance Team travel to Madison, WI to compete against other ROTC units from across the country. Marquette placed first in the endurance team, squad drill, color guard, as well as first place overall.


Washington DC Spring Break Trip 2011

The unit recently had a group of MIDN travel to Washington D.C. over spring break.


Freshman Orientation

Marquette NROTC recently held it's annual Freshmen Orientation from August 19th to August 24th, welcoming the class of 2015.


Drill and Social Hour

Drill sessions provide valuable professional development time during which the midshipmen participate in a variety of activities. Activities include award ceremonies, classroom training, and inspections.

Social hour follows all drill sessions to give the midshipmen a chance to enjoy refreshments and socialize with each other and the unit staff.


Al's Run

The battalion runs as a unit every fall during Al's run for charity.


 


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