Now a captain in the U.S. Army at Fort Carson in Colorado, Erin Muri was one of the first women in ground combat roles as an armored division officer. Her experiences in the Army in the Middle East have made her acutely aware of the impact of trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder. She recently finished a master’s degree in human services counseling and hopes to embark on a clinical psychology Ph.D. in the near future.
The Bobcat Battalion
The Bobcat Battalion won the 2017 McArthur Award for being one of the top eight ROTC programs out of 275 programs in the United States.
Army ROTC at Ohio University has enjoyed a history of excellence since the program began in 1936. Our Cadets are consistently ranked in the top percentiles among their peers nationwide for summer training and overall campus performance. A large percentage of every Senior Commissioning Class is designated as Distinguished Military Graduates, every year, for graduating in the top 20 percent of all Cadets in the Nation.
Although nationally, roughly 40 percent of Army ROTC Cadets go on to earn an Active Duty commission after graduation from college, it is not uncommon for 60-70 percent of Bobcat Battalion graduates to go on to become Active Duty Officers when they graduate from OHIO.
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Ohio University Army ROTC cadet Nate Frimel is one of 15 finalists in the Navy Federal Credit Union ROTC All-American Scholarship Program, a national competition among all ROTC cadets across all branches of the military. He maintains a 4.0 cumulative GPA as a History Pre-Law and Political Science double major in the College of Arts and Sciences. He is in the top of his ROTC class, ranked in the top three of his platoon of 40 this summer in Germany, and will likely be in the top 10 out of 6,000 cadets in ROTC programs across the country.
Army ROTC cadet Frimel selected to Top 10 Order of Merit ListDecember 10, 2022
General Antonio Munera, commander of United States Army Cadet Command which oversees Army ROTC, recognized Nate Frimel last week as the 10th best Army ROTC cadet in the nation.Read More
Ohio University’s Army ROTC cadets learn and leadNovember 10, 2022
For Ohio University Army ROTC cadets, learning happens in many places, from traditional classrooms to military bases, hospitals, and training facilities in Ohio and sometimes beyond its borders.Read More