MISS and MISTER ROTC 2014

Mr. & Miss ROTC pic

Cadet Gloria McCaskill

Cadet McCaskill was born and raised in Clarksdale, MS and graduated from Clarksdale High School in 2006. Immediately following graduation, she enrolled in Jackson State University, one of the best universities in the nation.

After completion of her undergraduate degree at Jackson State, CDT McCaskill enlisted in the United States Army Reserves as a 92L, assigned to the 173rd QM Company, located in Greenwood, MS.  The following semester after returning from Basic Combat Training and Advanced Individual Training, she enrolled into graduate school at Mississippi College, as well as joining the Tiger Battalion of ROTC.

CDT McCaskill completes her Master’s Degree in Counseling in the fall of 2015. Once completed, she plans to immediately start a Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program. Currently she holds a 3.75 GPA and has plans of branching Medical Services in the U.S Army Reserves.

For the fall of 2014, CDT McCaskill will serve as the Cadet Executive Officer.

 

Cadet Brian Warren

Cadet Warren was born in Jackson, Mississippi on 27 September 1991 to Irene Warren. He has a twin sister Brianna.

Cadet Warren attended Wingfield High School in Jackson, Mississippi where he played football and earned all metro second team, defensive MVP, and co-MVP. He graduated in May 2011 and attended Jackson State University Summer Bridge Program to integrate him into the college life.

In 2012 Cadet Warren joined the United States Army and became an 88M transportation soldier assigned to the 850th Transportation Company in Lyons, Mississippi.

Cadet Warren joined the Army ROTC program where he was the Cadet Company Commander. Cadet Warren will serve as the Cadet Battalion Commander during the 2014-2015 school term.

Cadet Warren has achieved many other achievements but the greatest of all was earning the respect of his fellow peers and cadre.

Cadet Warren has a 3.2 GPA and would like to go active duty upon successful completion of LDAC (Leadership Development Achievement Course) this summer.