Naval Science Instructor/ Naval Science 1,2,3,4,year cadets
RFHS Dept Phone: (361)790-2220
I was born in Port Isabel, Texas. Graduated in 1971 and enlisted in the U.S. Navy, November 1971 and retired May 1996 with over 24 years of service. Had opportunities to travel the Western Pacific: Phillipines, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Japan, Korea, Thailand, Singapore, etc....Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, Roosevelt Roads, PR and Diego Garcia. Have been teaching ROTC for the last 20 years starting in Nashville, TN, Houston, Corpus Christi(W.B.RAY) Aransas Pass, TX and currently Rockport-Fulton. I am excited to be part of the unit for Rockport-Fulton H.S. to help provide guidance for our students to become good citizens in their community and on campus. I have two children, Christopher, and Alicia, who live in Phoenix, AZ.
Our mission at Rockport-Fulton Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps is to focus on leadership development, building a solid team, creating positive mental attitudes and work habits to succeed. We promote a sense of patriotism, provide informed and responsible citizens while building a strength of character, encouraging a high sense of honor, self-reliance, respect and individual self-discipline.
On my off time I enjoy going for long leisurely rides on my Harley Motorcycle with friends. When I am not riding I spend time watching Texas Longhorns sporting events throughout the year.
THE UNIFORM IS AN IMPORTANT ELEMENT IN THE MORALE, PRIDE, DISCIPLINCE AND EFFECTIVENESS OF THE NJROTC PROGRAM
LESSON PLAN WEEK OF: AUGUST 22-26, 2016
MONDAY: WELCOME ALL NEW AND RETURNING CADET
TUESDAY: FILL OUT NJROTC INFORMATION PACKET
WEDNESDAY: TOPIC (HONOR, COURAGE, COMMITMENT)
THURSDAY: MARKMANSHIP SAFETY POWERPOINT PRESENTATION
FRIDAY: MARKMANSHIP SAFETY EXAM
The NJROTC program provides every cadets with all uniform items at no cost to parents.
Please ensure that each student brings a single subject, 70 page, notebook that can be left in the classroom. This is to ensure each student has a notebook for note-taking and use for studying and reviewing in class for exams. The notebook will remain in the classroom at all times.
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