Powhatan JROTC Indian Battalion
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POWHATAN HIGH SCHOOL
The Honor Unit with Distinction is the highest honor an Army JROTC Battalion can earn. Every 3 years, United States Army inspectors visit Powhatan High School and review our Battalion’s files, records, inventories, training management and every other aspect of the Unit. In addition, they review the Battalion Staff, who also give a full Cadet Briefing. A score of 96% or above is required in order to achieve the Honor Unit With Distinction.
In the 2010/2011 school year, the Indian Battalion scored a 98% on their inspection, earning us the right to once again be an Honor Unit with Distinction. The Indian Battalion has never lost the Honor Unit with Distinction status since the battalion was created.
An Honor Unit With Distinction is signified by the Gold Star, worn just above the right pocket. Cadets enrolled in a JROTC unit designated as an Honor Unit With Distinction are eligible to apply for a nomination to any of the military service academies. Applications are made through the Senior Army Instructor to the Director of Admissions at the service academy where a nomination is sought.
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