Commissioned to Serve His Lord and His Country

Commissioned to Serve His Lord and His Country

Maranatha Baptist Seminary student, Christopher Koehn, was commissioned into the Army National Guard Chaplaincy in Alumni Hall at 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday, October 8. An estimated 70 guests were in attendance, including Maranatha ROTC students, faculty and staff, and members of the Wisconsin Army National Guard. Maranatha’s Army ROTC Major Derrek Schultheiss opened and conducted [Continue Reading…]

ROTC Cadets Attend President’s Dinner

ROTC Cadets Attend President’s Dinner

Two Maranatha Army ROTC cadets and two Air Force cadets attended Maranatha’s President’s List dinner Feb. 26. The President’s List dinner is for students who achieved only A’s during the previous semester. Senior Andrew Domsic and sophomore Elijah Walters earned the honor of being invited to the table. Two of Maranatha’s Air Force cadets made [Continue Reading…]

ROTC Volunteers Build Community Relations

ROTC Volunteers Build Community Relations

Physical fitness and competition are both very familiar to ROTC Cadets, so it was a natural fit for Maranatha’s Charlie Company to accept a request for assistance with Watertown’s second annual Rockman Challenge, a mini-triathlon. The Rockman Challenge, organized by Gregg Breese, Pete Berres, and other local outdoor and fitness enthusiasts, features a 3-mile paddle [Continue Reading…]

ROTC Field Training Exercises Build Confidence

ROTC Field Training Exercises Build Confidence

Freshman Cadet Cody Corski recently wrote about his experiences at his first Field Training Exercise. My first Field Training Exercise (FTX) was a lot of hard work, but overall, a great time! We were able to participate in great activities like an obstacle course, confidence course, battle formation drills, medical evacuation (MEDEVAC) training, and lots [Continue Reading…]

ROTC Cadets Win Ranger Challenge Again

ROTC Cadets Win Ranger Challenge Again

Maranatha’s U.S. Army ROTC cadets claimed first place in the Ranger Challenge for the third time in four years, once again beating teams from much larger colleges and universities during the five-man competition at Fort McCoy in October. Charlie Company won three of the eight events (obstacle course, one-rope bridge, day land navigation) and finished [Continue Reading…]