Timberwolves of the 4-413th SROTC Gather for Annual Training

08/13/2019  |  1st Lt. Jesse Dillon
The Griffon
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As is tradition across the Army Reserve, a small portion of our year is dedicated to our annual training. That is no different for Soldiers of the 4-413th Senior ROTC Battalion. Unlike most traditional units, where nearly every Soldier sees everyone else once per month, the 4-413th Battalion Headquarters is the only portion of the battalion that convenes during the monthly battle assemblies. The rest of the unit is spread across the eastern United States, conducting duty at the many ROTC campuses throughout. However, for the two weeks every year that the Timberwolves of the 4-413th take part in their own annual training, the entire battalion falls into Fort Knox, Kentucky.

Two weeks every year the Timberwolves of the 4-413th take part in their own annual training where the entire battalion falls into Fort Knox, Kentucky.

During these two weeks, from March 31st through April 12th, rather than taking to the field and performing your ‘normal’ Army training (small shout-out to Bill Murray), our Soldiers spend the time on ground to catch up on annual requirements that is set forth. Generally speaking, annual record reviews, the Army Physical Fitness Test, individual weapons qualification, and just general fellowship are the focus of our Timberwolves.​

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