The Army ROTC Program at SNHU puts you on a path toward becoming an effective leader capable of communicating, managing, and motivating others toward a common goal. Cadets who successfully complete Army ROTC training are commissioned as 2nd Lieutenants upon graduation with part-time (Reserve Component) or full-time (Active Component) jobs.
ROTC offers exciting & challenging training that features classroom instruction, physical fitness training, leadership laboratories and field training exercises. Our program consists of over 120 cadets who are strong leaders and citizens, active on campus and in the community.
In the summer between a student's sophomore and junior year, Cadet Initial Entry Training is required for all cadets who did not participate in the ROTC program during their freshman and sophomore years. For all cadets, the Cadet Leadership Course is required in the summer between the student's junior and senior year. Cadets may also optionally compete for other exciting summer training, including Airborne School, Air Assault School, the Cultural Understanding & Language Program and more..
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Leadership Laboratory (MIS 201)
Introduction to ROTC (MIS 213)
Introduction to ROTC II (MIS 203)
Self/Team Development (MIS 301)
Individual/Team Military Tactics (MIS 302)
Leader Training Course
Leading Small Organizations I (MIS 401)
Leading Small Organizations II (MIS 402)
Leader Challenges and Goal Setting (MIS 411)
Leadership and Management (MIS 412)
Officer Internship (MIS 495)
Captain Richard Cobb email@example.com, born in Boston, MA, grew up in Vero Beach, Florida and was commissioned in 2007 as a Military Police Officer through the Army ROTC program at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach. CPT Cobb received his Master's degree from Webster University in Business and Organizational Management in Rolla, Missouri.
His previous assignments include Platoon Leader, 212th MP Company, 793rd Military Police Battalion, Wiesbaden, Germany (2007-2009); Battalion Adjutant, 95th Military Police Battalion, Mannheim, Germany (2009-2010); Battalion Plans Officer, 95th Military Police Battalion, Mannheim, Germany (2011); Military Police Captains Career Course Student, Fort Leonard Wood, MO (2011); Provost Marshal, HHC, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 101st ABN Division (AASLT), Fort Campbell, KY (2012); and Company Commander, HHC, 4th Brigade Special Troops Battalion, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 101st ABN Division (AASLT). He currently serves as an Assistant Professor of Military Science and Operations officer through the University of New Hampshire ROTC program at the SNHU campus in Manchester.
CPT Cobb's military education includes Airborne School, Fort Benning Georgia (2004); Basic Officer Leaders Course Ph-II, Fort Sill, OK (2007); Military Police Officer Basic Course, Fort Leonard Wood, MO (2007); Operational Security Managers Course, Ramstein, Germany (2010); Intelligence in Combating Terrorism, Heidelberg, Germany (2010); Antiterrorism Officer Basic Course, Fort Leonard Wood, MO (2011); Antiterrorism Evasive Driving Course, Fort Leonard Wood, MO (2011); Special Reaction Team, Fort Leonard Wood, MO (2011); Air Assault School, Fort Campbell, KY (2011), and Instructors Training Course, Fort Knox, KY (2014).
He has deployed overseas in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, Iraq (2008-2009) and Operation Enduring Freedom, Afghanistan (2013).
His awards include Bronze Star Medal (1 OLC); Purple Heart; Meritorious Service Medal ; Army Commendation Medal; Army Achievement Medal; Meritorious Unit Citation; National Defense Service Medal; Afghanistan Campaign Medal; Iraqi Campaign Medal (2OLC); Global War on Terrorism Service Medal; Army Service Ribbon; Overseas Service Ribbon (2); NATO Medal (AFG); Combat Action Badge; Airborne Badge; Air Assault Badge; German Armed Forces Proficiency Badge (Silver).
SFC Alway Nathan.Alway@snhu.edu entered the Army in 2001 as a 19D CAV Scout. He attended basic training and AIT at Fort Knox, KY. His first duty station was at Friedburg, Germany with the 1st BRT 1st Armored Division.
He deployed in support of OIF I in 2003 and spent one year in Iraq. SFC Alway then moved to Fort Carson, CO and became a sniper team leader after completing the Army Sniper School (B4) in 2005. He again returned to Iraq in 2005 and spent a year as the BN senior sniper and team leader.
After returning home from Iraq in 2006, SFC Alway volunteered for US Army Special Forces (Green Beret) Assessment and Selection. SFC Alway was selected for Special Forces training and entered the "Q" course in June of 2007. SFC Alway graduated the "Q" course as an 18D and received his Green Beret in Aug of 2009. He was sent to 1st Special Forces Group in Sept of 2009 where he served as the Senior Medic on a HALO ODA.
SFC Alway was then deployed to multiple countries on multiple missions in support of the Global War on Terror. SFC Alway military schools include Sniper, SERE, Special Forces Medical Sergeant, HALO/HAHO, Special Forces Sniper Course (level 1), SFAUC, Thai language course, Airborne, Personal Recovery and other "courses". SFC Alway has 5 combat deployments and multiple support operation deployments.