Did you know the Illinois State University Department of Military Science has as assigned Librarian? Our Librarian, Grace Allbaugh, is here to assist with all things Military Science related.
Once Cadets are contracted they must be issued a Common Access Card (CAC). Please see the steps to get your CAC issued once you are contracted. This point of contact is for a local Defense Eligibility Enrollment Reporting System (DEERS) site. CACs can be issued at other locations as well.
The Academic Worksheet Plan (CC Form 104R) must be updated each semester with these minimum requirements.
Did you find what you were looking for? If not, then text or call Mr. Sanford at 309-287-1529 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org and offer recommendations that would be useful for Cadets.
For more information about what Army ROTC offers, please text either ISU, IWU or BU to GOARMY (462769) or visit Cadet Command's website.
Army.mil published a new web page for all things uniform related. This includes regulations, memorandums, badges, wear out dates, etc.
Last issue of 'The Gold Standard' presented to Fort Knox senior commander
Fort Knox Public Affairs Office Editor Eric Pilgrim presents U.S. Army Cadet Command and Fort Knox Commanding General Maj. Gen. John Evans Jr. with the last "Gold Standard" newspaper, which rolled off the presses Sept. 26.
This is the Army: Hurricane Maria survivor joins US Army to serve
Hurricane Maria, a category 4 storm that pummeled Puerto Rico Sept. 20, 2017, with 155-mile-per-hour winds, brought a young ballerina to the United States with a mission -- to join the U.S. Army.
Cadet Command introduces Army's new fitness test to ROTC instructors
FORT KNOX, Ky. (Sept. 27, 2018) -- Hundreds of Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps leadership and instructors from across the country were given a chance to learn about and experience the Army Combat Fitness Test (ACFT) during two hands-on demonstrations at Fort Knox Sept. 26-27. The new six-event test was recently approved by the Army, and will be introduced over the next two years, starting with field testing this October. It will replace the current Army Physical Fitness Test which has been in use since 1980.