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Important Dates:


  • Military Ball Money due by April 21st then price doubles
  • April 8th: JROTC Car Wash
  • April 22nd: Shooting Comp
  • April 28th: Military Ball
  • April 29th: Bad to the Bone
  • May 17th: Bush Gardens Field Trip




·         The cadets will depart WMHS at 0815 on Saturday, June 10th, 2017.

·         The cadets will return on Friday, June 16th, 2017 around 1130-1200.


·         CW3 Daryl Richard @ 386-288-6535

·         Camp Shands Rangers Office @ (352) 475-1212


1. SW 12th Ave Williston, FL 32696

2. Take W Hwy 318/W Co Hwy 318 and US-301 N to Baden Powell Rd in Putnam County

3. Head east on SW 12th Ave/NE 30 St/Robert Philpot Way toward NE 202 Terrace

4. Turn left onto State Hwy 335

5. Turn right onto W Hwy 318/W Co Hwy 318

6. Turn left onto US-301 N

7. Turn right to merge onto FL-20 E/NE 6th Ave/SE Hawthorne Rd toward Palatka(Continue to follow FL-20 E)

8. Turn left onto State Rd 21 N

9. Turn right onto Baden Powell Rd

10. 1453 Baden Powell Rd Hawthorne, FL 32640


Contact Us


 350 Robert Philpot Way Williston, Fl 32696

Phone: 352-528-3542
Fax: 352-528-2723


Leaders in Action!

Williston High School Red Devil Battalion is a branch of the U.S. Army Junior Reserve Officer Training Corp. Our infrastructure is run by Sergeant First Class Velez and Chief Richardson, as well as our student-run Chain of Command. If you have any suggestions for the program, please speak to one of our student staff members and they will ensure its delivery to its intended recipient. For more information on our Chain of Command, please visit the 'Staff' page. - S-5 Sgt Morgan Stacey


 Information about JROTC


  • JROTC teaches self-discipline, confidence, and pride in a job well done, and it offers you challenges and opportunities.


  • This program is not to encourage going into the military, it is to "Motivate young people to be better citizens." (The JROTC motto.) Even if you do want to go into the military, and your JROTC branch is not what you want to go into, it is a step closer to your future and you do not have to go into that branch, you still have many options.


  • JROTC is a high school program that any student can start and can usually last up to 4 years. Each student has a chance to achieve leadership and teamwork skills. They also have the chance to participate in extracurricular activities like Raiders, Drill, Color Guard and Honor Guard. Whenever a cadet has done something, in or out of the program, they can receive awards from a SAI(Senior Army Instructor) or AI(Army Instructor).


    Hey!!!! -Eckblad


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