BYU ROTC students train during summer

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BYU ROTC cadets participate in summer trainings in Utah and abroad. Cadet Hyrum Dean  went to Brazil to participate in the Cultural Understand and Awareness Program, which is an Army program designed to make and build relations with foreign militaries.

There are currently 90 cadets enrolled in Army ROTC.

Cadet Jacob Staheli just finished a two week annual artillery training with his National Guard unit. Staheli’s training occurred at Dugway Proving Grounds in Utah. (Jacob Staheli)
Cadet Jacob Staheli just finished a two week annual training with his National Guard unit at Dugway Proving Grounds in Utah. Part of the training included shooting M109A6 Paladin Self Propelled Howitzers. (Jacob Staheli)
Cadet Hyrum Dean practices rifle marksmanship using the new Brazilian made IA2 with Brazilian CDT de Carli during his CULP mission to Brazil. CULP stands for Cultural Understand and Awareness Program. This is an Army program that seeks to make and build relations with foreign militaries. (Hyrum Dean)
Cadet Corey Robinson completed an intensive three-day training exercise with a Military Intelligence unit at Camp Williams in Utah. Robinson and other soldiers familiarized themselves with MK-19 (or semi- automatic mounted grenade launchers), live hand grenades, shooting M-240B (machine guns). (Corey Robinson)
Cadet Corey Robinson completed an intensive three-day training exercise with a Military Intelligence unit at Camp Williams in Utah. During the training exercise, Cadet Robinson and other soldiers trained on medical evacuations a combat zone, with loading casualties into a Black hawk helicopter and then accompanying that patient on a flight. (Corey Robinson)
Cadet Corey Robinson completed an intensive three-day training exercise with a Military Intelligence unit. Robinson’s training took place at Camp Williams in Utah. (Corey Robinson)

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