U.S. Army Reserve NCOs bring civilian skills to ROTC cadet summer training
U.S. Army Reserve Officer Training Corps cadet Derek Amann, a native of Webster, New York and student at Clarkson University attentively holds his assigned M50 protective gas-mask while listening to instruction on how to properly operate it at Fort Knox, Kentucky, July 12. ROTC cadets must successfully complete a rigorous 31-day leadership course designed to introduce cadets to the Army. The training focuses on leadership development and is intended to push the Army’s future leaders to their physical and mental limits while challenging them to discover their true leadership potential.

Photo by: Sgt. Hector Rene Membreno-Canale |  VIRIN: 180712-A-YT518-119.JPG