KHS junior ROTC earns highest rating during evaluation

Photos courtesy of Kaiserslautern High School

Wayne Barron, inspector, inspects Cadet Airman Eric Wood, ninth-grader at Kaiserslautern High School, during the Headquarters Air Force Junior ROTC evaluation Oct. 25 at KHS on Vogelweh.

Wayne Barron, inspector, inspects Cadet Airman Eric Wood, ninth-grader at Kaiserslautern High School, during the Headquarters Air Force Junior ROTC evaluation Oct. 25 at KHS on Vogelweh.

Cadet Maj. Alexiis Figueroa, 12th-grader at Kaiserslautern High School, receives the Outstanding Performer award from Wayne Barron, inspector, during the Headquarters Air Force Junior ROTC evaluation Oct. 25 at KHS on Vogelweh.

Cadet Maj. Alexiis Figueroa, 12th-grader at Kaiserslautern High School, receives the Outstanding Performer award from Wayne Barron, inspector, during the Headquarters Air Force Junior ROTC evaluation Oct. 25 at KHS on Vogelweh.

Cadet Maj. Justine Beard, 12th-grader at Kaiserslautern High School, receives the Outstanding Performer award from Wayne Barron, inspector, during the Headquarters Air Force Junior ROTC evaluation Oct. 25 at KHS on Vogelweh.

Cadet Maj. Justine Beard, 12th-grader at Kaiserslautern High School, receives the Outstanding Performer award from Wayne Barron, inspector, during the Headquarters Air Force Junior ROTC evaluation Oct. 25 at KHS on Vogelweh.


Wayne Barron, inspector, observes the Kaiserslautern High School second-year cadets demonstrate excellence through a drill demonstration during the Headquarters Air Force Junior ROTC evaluation Oct. 25 at KHS on Vogelweh. The Kaiserslautern High School cadets performed exceptionally well and took great pride in leading and accomplishing their unit briefing, drill demonstration and open ranks inspection. The junior ROTC instructors and cadets earned an overall unit assessment score of “Exceeds Standards,” the highest rating attainable, during the evaluation.

Wayne Barron, inspector, observes the Kaiserslautern High School second-year cadets demonstrate excellence through a drill demonstration during the Headquarters Air Force Junior ROTC evaluation Oct. 25 at KHS on Vogelweh. The Kaiserslautern High School cadets performed exceptionally well and took great pride in leading and accomplishing their unit briefing, drill demonstration and open ranks inspection. The junior ROTC instructors and cadets earned an overall unit assessment score of “Exceeds Standards,” the highest rating attainable, during the evaluation.