Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Green Wave Nave Recognized as a Top Unit in Ohio

The Greenville High School NJROTC has been recognized by the US Navy as a Distinguished Unit with Honors, making it one of the top two schools in the State of Ohio.

This is only the second time in school history that the Unit has been designated as a Distinguished Unit and the first time with honors. The Cadets volunteered over 3,400 hours of community service this last year a 400% increase from the previous year. Cadets participated in various activities thought out the year.

They were recognized as one of the top orienteering schools with-in the 12 states that make up Area 3 and received an invitation to the Navy National Orienteering Championships in Orlando, FL this last February. The Units Color Guard is extremely busy all year presenting the Colors for the High School, participating in parades, special functions, and professional sporting events. This last year the Green Wave Navy was called twice to present the Colors for the Cincinnati Reds and were invited to present the Colors for Game 6 of the Columbus Blue Jackets Playoff Game against the Washington Capitals.

During the summer, they will be steaming at full speed just as they have done in years past. They will be attending three camps in June along with holding training on Tuesdays and Thursday throughout the summer to help incoming Cadets and end their summer with assisting the Darke County Fair Board with one of the large parking lots during the Great Darke County Fair.

Congratulations to the Green Wave Navy on this prestigious Award.

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