Click on the icon photos below from some of our events from this past year, from the fall semester and this year's Commissionings.  Be sure to check back for updates!


MIT Commissioning 2019




Harvard Commissioning 2019



Endicott Commissioning 2019




Tufts Commissioning 2019





Salem State Commissioning 2019




Spring 2019 Events




Lead Labs Fall 2018



Ranger Challenge Fall 2018



STX Fall 2018



JSSD Fall 2018




JSLX Fall 2019




Fall FTX 2018




Contracting Fall 2018




Combat PT Fall 2018




Orientation Fall 2018




Harvard Commissioning 2018




Tufts Commissioning 2018




Salem State Commissioning 2018



Endicott Commissioning 2018



Gordon Commissioning 2018




Staff Ride 2018





Spring FTX 2018





Military Ball 2018




Branch Night 2018



Dining In 2017



Fall FTX 2017



Commissioning Ceremonies 2017









Commissioning CEREMONIES

Class of 2015


Class of 2014


Class of 2013


Yearly Events

CULP- Culture & Language Overseas Training Mission (read more about this years CULP program under the newsletter tab)


Joint Service Awards Ceremony - all the ROTC services at MIT (Air Force, Army and Navy/Marines), where our cadets are honored by local military organizations for their hard work and performance during the year.



Year End Lead Lab - the least leadership lab of the school year, where the cadet battalion colors are passed on the the following semester's Cadet Commander. 



M-4 Carbine Familiarization - cadets were familiarized on the M-4 Carbine, which is the Army’s primary individual weapon system.  Cadets were taught the basics of the M-4 including assembly/disassembly, functions check, firing fundamentals, and maintenance.



Combat Water Survival Training (CWST) -  the combat water survival training (CWST) is a requirement of all ROTC cadets. Cadets are required to conduct a 3-meter drop into water, blind folded and carrying a mock M-16 rifle. They are also required to swim 15 meters in uniform with gear while keeping a mock M-16 rifle out of the water.



Field Training Exercises (FTX) -During the weekend training, the Cadets focus mainly on individual skills.  These skills include day and night land navigation, field craft, and the Leader’s Reaction Course. 


Ranger Challenge - The Ranger Challenge Competition is a two-day event conducted on a non-tactical course. The mission is to challenge Cadets’ mental and physical toughness and to develop leadership while fostering teamwork and esprit-de-corps. Teams participate in nine graded events.