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Journalism students embed with Army ROTC cadets for war games

Sunday, February 12th, 2012 Posted in Opinion | Comments Off on Journalism students embed with Army ROTC cadets for war games

By Rhett Wilkinson NORTH LOGAN—“Does anyone know how to evaluate a casualty?” Kevin Moultrie asks the question and the 10 members of Alpha and Bravo squads, braced along a diving, snow-frosted hillside near North Logan’s Green Canyon, momentarily pause before John Gillespie ...

Army 4: Cadets go to war in furious mountainside paintball battle

Sunday, April 3rd, 2011 Posted in Arts and Life | 2 Comments »

Editor’s note: Part IV in Natasha Bodily’s try-outs with USU’s Army ROTC. See Part I. See Part II. See Part III. Story & Photos by Natasha Bodily LOGAN—My stomach was curling in all sorts of painful knots. Wondering how quickly ulcers could ...

Army 3: Early-morning Army ROTC training not all fun & games

Sunday, April 3rd, 2011 Posted in Arts and Life | 3 Comments »

Editor’s note: Part III in Natasha Bodily’s try-outs with USU’s Army ROTC. See Part I. See Part II. By Natasha Bodily LOGAN—I missed my first PT class this morning. I don’t think anybody noticed. Monday’s session left me a bit traumatized. My group ...

Army 2: Drop and give me 20, cadet! Reflections on 5:45 a.m. training

Thursday, March 17th, 2011 Posted in Arts and Life | 1 Comment »

Story & Photos by Natasha Bodily Editor’s note: Natasha Bodily is trying out USU’s Army ROTC, to see if she has what it takes. See her first dispatch from the front. “Nobody would notice if I missed,” I thought. “And even if they ...

Army 1: You’re in the ROTC now! Trying to be all that she can be

Monday, February 28th, 2011 Posted in Arts and Life | Comments Off on Army 1: You’re in the ROTC now! Trying to be all that she can be

By Natasha Bodily LOGAN—Initially, I was very nervous to join the Army ROTC. I’m not entirely sure which aspects of the Army I was most afraid of, but I certainly procrastinated starting the classes. I knew once I began, I would ...