Cadet Summer Training

CULP Romania Team 11 Prepares for English Training with Romanian Counterparts.

ROTC Cadets traveling to Romania as part of CULP team 11 have been working hard to prepare for language immersion programs with their Romanian counterparts. Cadets will be teaching conversational English, as requested by the Romanian military. Since Romania is a NATO country, and NATO missions are conducted largely in English, the various NATO members frequently ask for assistance with their English speaking skills.

Starting at Fort Knox, Cadets have been studying different elements of Romania including history, culture, and geography.

Starting in Fort Knox, cadets have been studying different elements of Romania including history, culture, and geography.

Cadets Carrier, Hinsch, and Kalous prepare a brief at Fort Knox

Time that was not spent in briefings was used to create presentations to share with Romanians.

Captain Helm takes advantage of free time between briefings to discuss with Team 11 Cadets the culture and customs of Romania.

Capt. Helm takes advantage of free time between briefings at Fort Knox to discuss with team 11 Cadets the culture and customs of Romania.

Once in Romania, Cadets were able to practice presentations and refine their briefing skills while in Bucharest.

Cadet Pedigo receives feedback from his presentation on military ranks from Mr. Rafaki.

Cadet Pedigo receives feedback from his presentation on military ranks from Mr. Rafaki.

Cadets Pierce and Fetzer receive a challenge coin from Captain Kimble for their presentation skills.

Cadets Pierce and Fetzer receive challenge coins from Capt. Kimble for excellent presentation skills.

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