Chain of Command

Senior Naval Science Instructor

LCDR Ronald A. Hojnowski

Commander Hojnowski is the Senior Naval Science Instructor (SNSI).  He directs the overall operation of the Navy JROTC Program at Hillgrove High School. 


Direct contact information:
(678) 331-3961 Ext: 1305


Naval Science Instructor

CPO Allen W. Harris

Chief Harris is the Naval Science Instructor (NSI). He supports and works closely with the SNSI with the overall operation of the Navy JROTC Program at Hillgrove High School. 

Direct contact information:
(678) 331-3961 Ext: 1307

Navy JROTC main office phone
(678) 331-3961 Ext: 069



2016 – 2017 NJROTC CADET STAFF OFFICERS

Commanding Officer

c/LCDR Jake Minta

Executive Officer

c/LT Elijah Roddy


Command Master Chief

c/MCPO Michelle Lora


Operations Officer

c/ENS Mason Harbour


Administration Officer

c/PO1 Jensen Nguyen


Assistant Administrative Officer

c/PO2 Jennifer Harnage


Supply Officer

c/CPO Mason Blum


Assistant Supply Officer

c/PO2 Emily Morrell


Assistant Supply Officer

PO2 Olivia Jones


Alpha Platoon Commander

c/CPO Henry Gale


Bravo Platoon Commander

c/CPO Mitchel Magee


Charlie Platoon Commander

c/CPO Annalisa Coombe


Training Officer

c/PO1 Deavin Hall


1st Lieutenant

c/PO2 Kevin Peoples


Community Service Officer

c/PO2 Brendan Schirm


Public Affairs Officer

c/PO2 Tre Hamler


Augmentation Officer

c/PO1 Amaya Walters


Color Guard Commander

c/PO2 Gregory Valencia


Athletics Officer

c/PO3 William Erskine


Chaplain

c/PO3 Davis Kammerdiener






Teams


Academic Team Commander:  

c/ENS Mason Harbour
The academic team participates in tests and competitions of general naval knowledge against other NJROTC units. The Academic Team Commander reports to the XO and is responsible for matching up cadets in need of tutoring with teachers or other cadets who are willing to tutor them. Additionally, the Academic Team Commander recruits and leads the study groups for academic competitions.


Color Guard Commander:

c/PO2 Gregory Valencia
A color guard is a ceremonial escort of flags.  The color guard presents the colors at school and local events, as well as competing against other NJROTC units.  The team commander recruits and trains members of the color guard team, preparing them for competitions and presentation of the colors at ceremonial events throughout the year.


Drill Team Commander:

c/LCDR Jake Minta

The drill team participates in drill competitions. The team commander recruits, trains and commands members of the drill team, preparing them for and leading them at several local and regional drill competitions and exhibitions.

Armed Drill Team Commander:           c/CPO Mason Blum
The armed drill team participates in drill competitions with a rifle against other NJROTC Units. The team commander recruits and trains members of the air rifle marksmanship team, preparing them for competitions.

Armed Drill Exhibition Team Commander:  c/CPO Mitchel Magee

Cadets participate in exhibition drill, with rifles, demonstrating creativity, precision, and military bearing in the manual of arms through exhibition performances, as well as competitions against other NJROTC Units.

Unarmed Drill Team Commander:  c/LCDR Jake Minta
The unarmed drill team participates in drill competitions against other NJROTC Units. The team commander recruits and trains members of the team, preparing them for competitions.

Unarmed Exhibition Team Commander: c/PO2 Tre Hamler
Cadets participate in exhibition drill, without rifles, demonstrating creativity, precision, and a military spirit in drill performances, as well as competing against other NJROTC Units.

Orienteering Team Commander:         c/CPO Jake Minta
The orienteering team participates in cross-country style land-navigation using a compass and a map. They perform in competitions against other NJROTC Units. The team commander recruits and trains members or the team, preparing them for competitions.

Air Rifle Team Commander:                       c/LT Elijah Roddy                                              The Air Rifle marksmanship team involves physical, mental strength and stability. Safety training is in the forefront of marksmanship; which utilizes compressed air rifles to compete with nearby units on a 10-meter air rifle range.  Team members are selected by their aptitude on the air rifle.  Team positions are open to freshman through seniors.




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