The Ranger Company is a co-curricular campus student organization dedicated to the development of individual leadership abilities through the application of the principles of leadership. Ranger Company available for students that want to further their knowledge on topics discussed in the battalion with an emphasis on practical exercises. We strive to exceed the standard both in ROTC and our everyday lives. The members of Ranger Company gain comradery and form bonds that will aide them during field training exercises.
The Ranger Challenge Team is fed from Ranger Company Cadets and trains in the fall for the annual Brigade Ranger Challenge Competition held at Fort Knox, Kentucky. The competition events include a forced 10 kilometer road march, weapons assembly, rifle marksmanship, land navigation, hand grenade assault course, and the Army physical fitness test. The team stresses physical readiness and camaraderie.
The Raider Battalion's Color guard is charged with the task of presenting the colors at Wright State basketball games and other special events. As one of the most visible components of the Raider Battalion, the guard is required to maintain an exceptional level of appearance and conduct when in front of people.
Why Choose ROTC
Why Choose ROTC
“Being in Army ROTC makes it a little different because we’re also by Wright-Patt Air Force Base,” Fleming said. “People around here have a little more indoctrination with the military in the first place. So we end up being more than just another piece of the campus.”
Whole New World
It was a bit of an unlikely marriage—Army ROTC and Zachary Raynor.
Coming to Wright State from the farming community of Jamestown, Raynor knew little about the military. But what he did know was that ROTC would pay for his college education.
Baywatch: Cuba part of journey for ROTC student
Guantanamo Bay. Terror suspects. Top Secret clearance.
This was recently a way of life for Aaron Jenkins, a junior ROTC student at Wright State who had been deployed to Cuba by the Coast Guard.