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Gymnasium, Room A100
1508 West Clybourn Street
Milwaukee, WI 53233
Incoming Cadet Orientation kicks off the start of the year for the Golden Eagle Battalion. Cadets are taught how to wear uniforms, basic soldiering skills, complete administration documents, and participate in fun team building activities with fellow Cadets.
Incoming Cadet Orientation Schedule
NOTE: All Cadets will not have access to the items stored in the permanent residence hall during ICO. Once it’s locked up, it’s gone until after ICO is complete. :)
2. Packing List and Uniform Standards (Grooming, Tattoos, etc.). All lodging, activities, transportation, and most meals costs are covered with the exception of the evening meal on Day 2. . Click here for recommended clothes and supply packing list. Click here to read through different topics for uniform, grooming, and more Army standards. Males can either be in haircut regulations or be prepared to pay for a haircut. Females, please read through the Army standards and we will help you through the policy once you arrive.
3. Freshman (Military Science I) Class Schedule and Enrollment. Find your school of attendance and expand that section so that you can register for the appropriate grade level Army ROTC (aka Military Science) courses.
4. Army Combat Fitness Test and Height/Weight Standards:
Click the Army's Height and Weight Standards; some don’t meet the table weight and must be tape measured. If you are below the assigned body fat percentage for your gender and age, then you have a high probability of passing the height and weight standards. These areas can be worked on during the summer, have fun but do exercise regularly and maintain a healthy lifestyle.
b. See more information regarding Army exercise. For your awareness, the Army Combat Fitness Test is the test of record to sign an Army ROTC contract (scholarship or non-scholarship) You will participate in conducting the Army Combat Fitness Test (ACFT) in the fall.
c. The best way to improve physical fitness is to practice/workout on a consistent basis. Practice doesn't make perfect...practice makes progress. There are many great websites with workout plans, the key is to be consistent and have great form.