THANK YOU FOR YOUR FURTURE SERVICE CADETS!!
NORTHEAST I.S.D. - San Antonio, TX.
Winston Churchill High School
Lady Bird Johnson High School
LEE High School - (a.k.a. Robert E. Lee High School)
Douglas MacArthur High School
James Madison High School
Ronald Reagan High School
Theodore Rosevelt High School
JUDSION I.S.D. - Kirby, TX.
Karen Wagner High School
The membership of the camp wishes to thank the following schools for allowing us to present our awards to their esteemed and honorable cadets of the J.R.O.T.C. program.
The H. L. Hunley Award was originally created by the South Carolina Division - Sons of Confederate Veterans in 2016, to recognize deserving Junior ROTC cadets who have demonstrated the qualities of Honor, Courage, and Commitment to his or her unit throughout the school year.
The award honors the crews of the Confederate submarine H. L. Hunley, the first submarine to sink an enemy vessel in combat. Now in its sixth year of existence, the program has been expanded beyond the Navy / Marine JROTC program to all branches of service and beyond the state of South Carolina to any interested school in the United States. Typically, the award is given to a rising second-year cadet identified by his JROTC instructors and is presented by a member of the local Sons of Confederate Veterans camp.
Pictured here: is the H.L. Hunley Award.
This is the highest JROTC Award presented by the Sons of Confederate Veterans.
The President Jefferson Davis Award is intended to give the Texas Division an opportunity to work with the local high schools and colleges in their area that have JROTC and ROTC programs.
The award best emulates the leadership principles, moral character, and dedication to duty that was so superbly personified by Confederate President Jefferson Davis. Home-schooled students, who have demonstrated and documented high-level accomplishments in the judgment of the nominating SCV officer, are also qualified to receive the award.
The General Rober E. Lee Leadership Award is intended to give the Texas Division an opportunity to work with the local high schools and colleges in their area that have JROTC and ROTC programs.
The award should be presented to the JROTC / ROTC student, who in the judgment of that school’s senior JROTC / ROTC advisor, best emulates the leadership principles, moral character, and dedication to duty that were so superbly personified by General Robert E. Lee.
“Do your duty in all things. You cannot do more; you should never wish to do less.” "I think it better to do right, even if we suffer in doing so than incur the reproach of our consciences and posterity.” "All that the South has ever desired was that the Union as established by our forefathers should be preserved and that the government as originally organized should be administered in purity and truth."
- General Robert E. Lee
The General John B. Hood - Star of Excellence Award is intended to give the Texas Division an opportunity to work with the local high schools and colleges in their area that have JROTC and ROTC programs, recognizing strong moral character and scholastic achievement, as well as recognize the contribution of Tejanos to the Confederate cause. This award is only available threw SCV Hood's Texas Brigade, Camp #153.
The Commanding Officers of Senior and Junior ROTC units are responsible for determining recipients of this privileged, dignified, and unique award. Minimum qualification criteria:
1. Cadet is a college or high school junior or sophomore;
2. Possess a minimum 3.0 Cumulative GPA;
3. Ranked in the top 10% of his or her military class;
The award should go to a devoted cadet who has demonstrated the qualities of Leadership, Self-respect, Poise, and Stature in his/her unit throughout the school year.
About the SCV J.R.O.T.C. Awards:
The Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (JROTC) is a Federal program sponsored by the United States Armed Forces in high schools across the United States. The program was originally created as part of the National Defense Act of 1916 and later expanded under the 1964 ROTC Vitalization Act. JROTC is a high school Citizenship and Leadership development program through seven units of classroom curriculum instruction, use of integrated (extra) curricular activities, and balanced with participation in volunteer community service and service learning projects.
According to Title 10, Section 2031 of the United States Code, the purpose of JROTC is “to instill in students in United States secondary educational institutions the values of citizenship, service to the United States, and personal responsibility and a sense of accomplishment.” Additional objectives are established by the service departments of the Department of Defense. Under 542.4 of Title 32 (National Defense) of the Code of Federal Regulations, the Department of the Army objectives is to develop the following in each cadet:
Our camp - Hood's Texas Brigade - will sponsor the complete cost of these awards for your school's benefit. Many of our members have served in branches of the U.S. Armed Forces and will be more than happy to present your cadets with these awards at your presentation ceremony. Please be sure to download the required forms and send them to our Camp Commander - Raymond B. Reeves, and Camp Adjutant -Rodney W. Seiler for processing.
To ensure the awards arrive on time for your presentation ceremony, please select "SEND TO AWARDS TO JROTC POC".
School District Commandants: You will need to fill out one award order form per High School Campus you wish to have awards for.
COMAL I.S.D. - Comal County, TX.
Pieper High School - Timberwood Park, TX.
Canyon Lake High School - Fischer, TX.
"The enemy never sees the backs of my Texans!"
-General Robert E. Lee: The Battle of the Wilderness, 1864
The Colonel Santos Benevedis Heritage Award is intended to give the Texas Division an opportunity to work with the local high schools and colleges in their area that have JROTC and ROTC programs, recognizing the strong moral character and scholastic achievement, as well as recognize the contribution of Tejanos to the Confederate cause.
The award is presented to ant high school student nominated by his or her teacher or student advisor. The student should have exceptional character and citizenship, as well as distinguished scholastic achievement in history, geography, and social studies. Although the award recognizes the contribution of Tejanos to the Confederate cause, the recipient does not have to be Hispanic.