Greenway NJROTC Completes Eighth Annual Military Inspection

Greenway NJROTC Completes Eighth Annual Military Inspection
January 2012- Greenway High School's NJROTC cadets, instructed by Master Sergeant Paul Smith and Lieutenant Commander Paula Sawdy-Bowes, were visited by Commander Kenneth Liles, Manager of NJROTC Area 11, for the unit's eighth annual military inspection. 

As friends, family, faculty, and distinguished guests looked on, the unit performed their award-winning drills and a pass-in-review, during which each of the platoons within the unit marched past a review board consisting of Commander Liles, Superintendent Dr. Jennifer Johnson, Governing Board Clerk Patty Kennedy, Greenway Principal Michael Dellisanti, Assistant Principal of Discipline and Attendance Kristen Graham, and Assistant Principal of Operations and Resources Jeff Feldman. Each platoon also performed a comedic jody, or military cadence, which gave them the ability to show their creativity and personal style.

After the cadets performed, Commander Liles spoke about the unit, making sure to note that Greenway NJROTC has won the Distinguished Unit award four years in a row and consistently takes first place in competitions.

When the inspection was complete, the cadets were able to meet with very proud parents and guests. Greenway's NJROTC unit continues to be one of the best in Arizona.

NJROTC Cadets
The Platoon 5 cadets stand at attention, prepared
for their inspection.
Armed Drill Team
The armed drill team shows off their ability in their
exhibition drill routine.