Bowie NJROTC is having a Krispy Kreme fundraiser! You can help support our unit by buying a dozen glazed donuts for 10$!!!


King George Drill Meet

This past Saturday on the 10th of February was the King George Drill Meet! Our Bowie Drill Team travel down South to King George High School in Virginia. As the Bowie Drill Team took another dub.

First Place Overall

First Place in Color Guard

First Place in Armed Exhibition

Second Place in UPI (Uniform Personnel Inspection)

Second Place in Armed Standard

C/PO3 Malbon, C/LTJG Frisch, and C/CPO Arcusa has also earned a medal in Armed Knockout as it is similar to Simon says and was drilled by a military official.

Congrats to you Bowie Drill Team, you earned it!



What is NJROTC?


The mission of the Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (NJROTC) program is to instill in students the values of citizenship, service to the United States, personal responsibility, and sense of accomplishment.
The NJROTC curriculum emphasizes citizenship and leadership development, as well as our maritime heritage, the significance of sea power, and naval topics such as the fundamentals of naval operations, seamanship, navigation and meteorology. Classroom instruction is augmented throughout the year by community service activities, drill competition, field meets, visits to naval activities, marksmanship training, and other military training. For active cadets, the greatest benefit is personal growth and development, and the opportunity to realize untapped potential.

Easton Drill Meet

This past Saturday on the 4th of February was the Easton Drill Meet! Our Bowie Drill Team travel over the Bay Bridge and made a clean sweep in most of the categories!

For our NS1 they place first in: NS1 Color Guard, NS1 Uniform Inspection, NS1 Armed Basic,  and First Place Overall! They also got a Second Place in Unarmed Basic.

The Varsity Drill Team they place first in: Color Guard, Armed Basic and First Place Overall!

C/LT Simmons, Jonathan and C/LT Donohue, Alexis also got medals in Knockout from performing unarmed drill movements and being inspected by midshipmen from the Naval Academy!

Good Job Drill Team and Good luck at King George!


Navy Ball

This past Saturday of the 6th of January 2018 we had our annual Navy Ball. The Navy Ball is a celebration in order to enhance a greater appreciation of the Navy heritage and provide a positive influence toward pride and professionalism and to celebrate the Navy’s birthday!


Happy New Year

Ringing in the New Year by enjoying the New Year. The New Year brings with it a fresh start and a sense of resolution. We often make New Year’s resolutions in an attempt to improve ourselves and the lives of those around us but lets make this year our best year!