This website will be used to post files and resources in order to help inform you with the current information we are going over in class. Be sure you are constantly checking this website to keep up to date with current events. This week was the first week we started the PFC tests, Everyone needs to study the chain of command both company and battalion. I have linked a document HERE that goes over the battalion chain of command as well as the Whats My Rank game, they are under the Files and Documents tab and the Links and Websites tab. STUDY IT! Every Monday we will be holding a PFC test, so you have until then to study. Company staff, Contact me via the contact tab or during BCO or CCO in order for me to show you how to use our new online reporting system. This is mandatory because by the end of the month I expect the entire battalion to be using this system. Good luck and have a good week Cyclones.
With such a busy weekend this week, our cyclones made sure the public knew what we were all about! On the evening of Thursday, September 1st our cadets were requested to do the flag raising at our home softball game versus Cañon City.
Friday, September, 2nd 2016, the following cadets attended the 17th annual Pigskin Classic with our district rival, The Pueblo County Hornets! Despite our defeat, (34-20) we had the honor to preform the pregame presentation of the colors in conjunction with the Hornet Battalion. Both of our teams performed a jaw dropping and outstanding display of national pride. In the photos below you will see Cyclone cadets, c/Lieutenant Colonel Serena Goodsell, c/Command Sergeant Major Xavier Mercer, c/First Sergeant Cianna Angel, c/Sergeant First Class Victoria Luke, and c/Sergeant First Class Matthew Zamora under the command of c/Major Joseph Uher.
The Cyclone Battalion Color Guard definitely knows how to put on a show and leave everyone amazed. Thank you to everyone that has attended our presentation and thank you to the parents of the cadets that have allowed them to do this humble and honoring event.
A SPECIAL THANK YOU
The Pueblo West High School JROTC Program would like to thank Cat's Pour House for their generous support to the program during the 2016 Veterans Day Parade.
The Pueblo West High School JROTC program would like to give a special thanks to J2D Electric for its extraordinary help during the 2018 fund raiser.