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Army ROTC conducts two field training exercises per school year. The Field Training Exercise (FTX) is a practical exercise using all the leadership skills and technical skills a Cadet has learned throughout the school year. Generally, the FTX consists of the following events: Field Leadership Reaction Course (FLRC), Land Navigation, Assault Courses, Situational Training Exercises (STX Lanes), and Live Fire M16 Ranges.
There are mandatory Physical Training (PT) sessions conducted 3 times per week. In addition to this there are other PT sessions available to cadets. Contracted Cadets must attend at least 3 PT sessions, non-contracted Cadets must attend at least 2 PT sessions. The goal of Physical Training is to pass the Army Physical Fitness Test. Click to see the Army Physical Fitness Standards.
Here at the Robert Morris ROTC Detachment, we encourage a "Lifestyle of Fitness!"
Clubs and Activities
Officer Christian Fellowship
Army ROTC Ball
White Water Rafting