An amazing story of leadership and courage from two remarkable young men. Perhaps one of the changes we can make is requiring JROTC programs at all public high schools.
Via RCP Video and Nick Short on Twitter.
2 JROTC students at Stoneman Douglas describe how they led & protected classmates from the shooting by shielding them with kevlar mats they had from JROTC. Many lives were probably saved thanks to the leadership of these JROTC students during the shooting.pic.twitter.com/y5AGLULrsd
— Nick Short 🇺🇸 (@PoliticalShort) February 16, 2018
Two JROTC students from Stoneman Douglas High School describe how they protected classmates during the mass shooting Wednesday afternoon.
The shooter, Nikolas Cruz, was also a member of the school’s JROTC before being expelled last year.
I was enrolled in Naval ROTC for college and then Kent State happened. School canceled ROTC for incoming students. Years later it was welcomed back. ROTC at schools is a good idea.