Leaders Today Legends Tomorrow
As the 2021 -2022 lely JROTC Battalion Commander, Cadet lieutenant colonel Sebastian Dalessandro is responsible for running the Trojan Battalion. Sebastian oversees all things that occur in the program and works closely with his staff to ensure that as a whole, the trojan battalion is living up to the Lely Standard. Within the Battalion, Sebastian HAS been COMMANDER OF the male armed platoon, and primary service learning. he also participates in sports such as lacrosse. His future plans are to attend Embry Riddle Aeronautical University where he will major in homeland security and later serve as a pilot for the 160th special operations Aviation Regiment.
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As the 2021-2022 Lely JROTC Battalion Deputy Commanding Officer. The DCO's primary responsibility is to command the Trojan Battalion during the absence of the Battalion Commander and take on ANY special projects directed TO them BY THE commander and JROTC instructors. The Dco is responsible for the Lely JROTC's Service Learning Project, the Continuous Improvement Project, and the organization of the Cadet Portfolio system.
As the 2021-2022 Lely JROTC Battalion Executive Officer, Cadet Major Giovanny Villasenor assists the battalion commander and serves as the interface between the Battalion Commander and the entire Staff. Giovanny is responsible for the Trojan Battalion fundraisers and budgeting SYSTEM. Within JROTC, Giovanny HAS BEEN COMMANDER of the armed squad. HE HAS ALSO BEEN INVOLVED WITH Jlab, service learning, and marksmanship. Outside of JROTC, Giovanny has participated in cross country, track, and the spanish national honor society. HIS FUTURE PLANS are TO ATTEND GEORGIA MILITARY COLLEGE where he plans to receive a full ride scholarship, and later commission as a 2nd lieutenant in the us army to pursue his medical career.
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As the 2021-2022 Lely JROTC Battalion Administration Officer, Cadet Major Salma Palacios is responsible for the information input of cadets in the Battalion in JUMS. Salma is responsible for tracking cadet’s position and ranks within the Battalion. Within the program, Salma has participated in unarmed squad, service learning, and jlab. Salma has also been on the Jv basketball team. her future plans are to attend Georgia Military College under an Rotc scholarship, major in nursing, and later commission in the army as a second lieutenant as a nursing instructor.
As the 2021-2022 Lely JROTC Battalion Intelligence and Security Officer, cadet major Nicholas Rubbo's responsibility is to secure and direct all weapons within the Battalion and is also accountable for a monthly inventory of all Drill weapons. He coordinates with the Operation Officer, Color Guard Coordinator, and Drill to ensure that the teams have all weapons ready for training and special events. His future plans are to attend GEORGIA MILITARY COLLEGE to MAJOR IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE. LATER ON, Nicholas plans to COMMISSION AS A SECOND LIEUTENANT IN THE ARMY as an M&P.
As the 2021-2022 Lely jrotc battalion operations officer, cadet major Christopher Garcia is responsible for all matters concerning the training and operations. he coordinates with CW4 Harp and publishes weekly training schedules along with the operation orders for each event that occur within the program. He helps the units achieve training goals and ensures that the entire battalion functions effectively. Aside from being the S-3, Christopher has been part of unarmed squad, unarmed platoon, and armed platoon. Outside of jrotc, Christopher has been a part of the lely football team, track and field, and wrestling. His FUTURE PLANS ARE TO ATTEND georgia Military College under an Rotc scholarship, major in the medical field, and commission in the Us army as a second lieutenant.
As the 2021-2022 Lely JROTC Battalion Operations Officer is responsible for the supply and logistic actions of the Trojan Battalion. He also orders supplies, takes continuous inventory for the everyday business, attends to the order and cleanliness of the Battalion Supply areas, and maintains clothing records within the JUMS program for all Trojan cadets.
As the 2021-2022 Lely JROTC Battalion Special Projects Officer, Cadet MAjor Edline Salomon is responsible for representing the Battalion through images and videos with the help of the S-6. The s-5 is accountable for uploading pictures to the JROTC Flickr photo album, managing the monthly newsletter report, updating the Lely JROTC bulletin board, and setting up the Battalion Scrapbook. Edline's future plans are to attend a state college under a scholarship and later enlist in the marine corps as an officer.
As the 2021-2022 Lely JROTC Battalion Special Projects Officer, Cadet Major Matthew Glander is responsible for updating and editing the Lely JROTC website. he is also responsible for publishing the outstanding achievements of the Lely JROTC Battalion. MAtthew works closely with the Battalion S-5 to display pictures of the Battalion on the Lely JROTC website and Flickr page. Matthew'S responsibilities also include helping out in any technical related needs throughout the program. Outside of jrotc, MAtthew is involved in the Boy scouts of america, where he earned his eagle scout rank, the highest honor a boy scout can earn. Matthew'S FUTURE PLANS ARE TO ATTEND The culinary institute of america and major in culinary arts.
As the 2021-2022 Lely JROTC Battalion Special Projects Officer, Cadet Major Jesenia hernandez is responsible for overseeing 11 drill teams and coordinating practices to compete with the State and County Drill Meet. Jesenia is responsible for overseeing 11 drill teams and coordinating practices to compete at the state and county drill meets. hER FUTURE PLANS ARE TO ATTEND FLORIDA sOUTHERn cOLLEGE ON A FULL RIDE SCHOLARSHIP to MAJOR IN PSYCHOLOGY AND BUSINESS.
the Lely JROTC command Sergeant Major is responsible for assisting the Battalion Commander with the state of morale, appearance, discipline, and training of cadets within the Trojan Battalion. The Command sergeant major also serves as a link communication interface between cadets in the Chain of Command and Staff.
As the 2021-2022 Lely JROTC Battalion Color Guard Commander, Cadet Major Yv'Rose Cherelus is responsible for overseeing all Color Guard activities. Yv'rose is responsible for the training, efficiency, and discipline of all Color Guard members. sHe coordinates with the Battalion S-3 for the planning of events, and the Battalion S-2 and S-4 for all flag, uniform, and weapon requirements. sHe inspects all uniforms of the Color Guard to make sure they are beyond the standard of the Battalion. sHE HAS PARTICIPATED IN unarmed platoon, armed platoon and color guard. Yv'rose WILL BE HELD up to the responsibility of keeping the standards of the Battalion higher than imaginable. Her future PLANS are to ATTEND GEORGIA MILITARY COLLEGE and BECOMING A SECOND LIEUTENANT IN THE ARMY. AFTERWARDS, TRANSFER TO FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE TO STUDY SECONDARY EDUCATION.