Posted November 1, 2017
Day in the life: Temple’s Army ROTC Red Diamond Battalion
For students in the Army ROTC—the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps—there’s no such thing as a typical day. Take an inside look at what Temple’s officers in training do in and out of the classroom.
Beyond going to class, studying and taking full advantage of their college experience, the dedicated young men and women of Temple’s Army ROTC Red Diamond Battalion spend hours undergoing rigorous training to become Army officers. From classrooms to military bases, take a look at what life is like as a student in the ROTC. (Photos by Ryan S. Brandenberg)
ROTC students train at Pearson Pool.
During a weekend at Fort Dix in New Jersey, ROTC students participate in field training.
Officers in training practice rappelling from a building on Main Campus.
In uniform, ROTC students complete work during class.
Students run during a morning training session on campus.