cody.anway@cmcss.net931-648-5675
I am originally from Thatcher, Arizona, although I am happy to call Clarksville home. I served in the US Air Force from 1992 until 1996 as a Law Enforcement Specialist. I served in the US Army from 1999 to 2005 as a Parachute Rigger; from 2005 until 2008 as a Recruiter; and from 2008 until 2015 as a Military Intelligence All Source Analyst. I have a Bachelors of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Troy University, and am excited to be a part of the JROTC Team here at Northwest High School. VIKING STRONG!
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Cadet Command Regulation 145-2 Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps Program (A Citizenship and Leadership Development Program) 3-15. Enrollment Requirements to be eligible for enrollment and continuance as a member of the JROTC unit, each Cadet/student must meet the following requirements: a. Education. The Cadet/student must be enrolled in and attending a full-time regular course at an institution offering JROTC instruction or at a full-time accredited educational activity that has an agreement with the school (including a home-school student) to allow participation in JROTC. b. Grade. The student must be in a grade above the eighth grade during the school year of enrollment. c. Academic standing. The student must maintain an acceptable standard of academic achievement and standing as required by JROTC and the school. d. Conduct and character. Cadets must maintain an acceptable standard of conduct. Those in leadership positions are expected to demonstrate high personal standards to set the example. All Cadets should be honest and self-reliant; they should have a sense of personal and social responsibility in performing unit and other academic assignments. They must exhibit self-discipline and respect for constituted authority, through observance of laws, rules, and regulations; by prompt and regular attendance at instruction and in their general demeanor. Cadets who fail to meet standards will be removed from leadership positions. All Cadets will be screened at the end of each school year and will only be readmitted to JROTC with the approval of the SAI. e. Physical ability. The student must be able to participate in the physical education program in the school. Students enrolled in an adaptive physical education program may participate. However, the school will provide any special equipment or additional instructors that may be needed to instruct these students at no cost to the government. The school must also work with the instructor to ensure these students do not disrupt the presentation of the JROTC curriculum. 18 CCR 145-2 • 1 February 2012 f. Screening tests. The student will successfully complete surveys and screening tests as may be prescribed by the school or USACC. g. JROTC Uniform. The student must agree to wear the Army JROTC uniform one school day per week.