JROTC Summer Practice Schedule

This is your chance to train to be on a champion JROTC drill team- either armed or unarmed. Once school begins, practices will seldom teach skills fast enough to help you progress quickly.

  • Dates: July 11th, 13th, 18th, 20th, 25th and 27th

August 8th and 10th

  • Location: Cafeteria
  • Times: 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
  • Notes: Bring your own water in a bottle daily and wear athletic clothing. We cannot allow you to leave campus to go to donut shop or other facilities across the street.

Leaders Setting the Example

Wanna become a high school leader? Like to learn how to conduct meetings and train other people to do things? Need to be part of organization with high standards? JROTC may be for you. See your counselor for an opportunity to interview to become a JROTC cadet at Legacy High School. No military obligation. Uniforms provided by US Army at no cost to you. Fun. Travel…sure, Adventures!

Uniform Turn-In Procedure

  • Dry clean all uniform items at a professional dry cleaner. Dryer “kits” damage the uniform and could cost you money. Make sure you pack all accessories and your freshly-cleaned shoes. We will not accept a partial uniform, so don’t try to do so. Make sure you have all items.
  • Windbreaker w/ Liner
  • AB450 Blue Coat
  • AB451 Blue Trousers
  • Belt
  • Buckle
  • Beret
  • Shoes (Must be completely cleaned)
  • Awards and Decorations
  • Torches
  • Arch Badges
  • Cords
  • Necktie or Necktab
  • AG510 Gray Shirt
  • ROTC Insignia for Beret
  • Any Special Team Uniforms Complete

Iron Broncos 13th In Nation

The Iron Broncos Armed Drill Team earned 13th Place at the US Army Nationals Drill Championships. The trip to Louisville, Kentucky was full of excitement, with several events awarding the Iron Broncos with 9th Place. The team will begin the process of training new members for next year’s competition season. We are very proud of each of the team members.

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Cadets Gather Food for Community

Cadets from Legacy High School JROTC spent the day Thursday gathering food for those in need at the Mansfield Walmart. Over 3000 pounds of food was secured and delivered to our two largest shelters. Thank you to all of you who contributed to this worthy cause- and a very special thanks to the management team at Walmart for having us! We are very proud of the terrific work our cadets performed.

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