Our Cadets

Four years of college is enough of a mission for most students. So why would some choose to take on the added challenge of Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC)? Our cadets will be quick to point out that ROTC doesn't interfere with a normal college schedule— it enhances it.

It’s a typical college experience in most respects, with the major difference being that when it is completed, graduates have solid leadership qualities and a guaranteed job in the United States Army. Meet some of the cadets of the Bay State Battalion. Discover why they chose Army ROTC—and why it's a decision they'd make again without hesitation.

Michael Chadwick Michael Chadwick
Harvard, MA
Field Artillery

David Conde David Conde
San Diego, CA
Military Intelligence

Matthew DiPinto Matthew DiPinto
Hubbardston, MA

Andrew Donaher Andrew Donaher
Chemlsford, MA
Signal Corps

Connor Downie Connor Downie
Stonington, CT

Chapin Evans Chapin Evans
Meredith, NH
Medical Service Corps

Dylan Finn Dylan Finn
Dedham, MA
Field Artillery

Melissa Fish Melissa Fish
North Grafton, MA

Andrew Gallagher Andrew Gallagher
Lexington, MA

Dylan Hicks Dylan Hicks
Pittsfield, MA

Gregory Hutchinson Gregory Hutchinson
Glastonbury, CT

Dillon Jordan Dillon Jordan
Glenburn, ME
Air Defense Artillery

Seth Lavenski Seth Lavenski
Westminster, MA
Signal Corps

Sunny Nguyen Sunny Nguyen
Dracut, MA
Chemical Corps

Paul O'Brien Paul O'Brien
East Bridgewater, MA

Sean O'Brien Sean O'Brien
Franklin, MA

Marlisa Overton Marlisa Overton
Brimfield, MA
Medical Service Corps

Jose Pena Jose Peña
Lawrence, MA

Rory Perkins Rory Perkins
Worcester, MA

Adam Polselli Adam Polselli
Grafton, MA
Field Artillery

Nicholas Shaw Nicholas Shaw
Plymouth, MA

Nathan Wright
Southbridge, MA
Field Artillery

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