Facility and Officers

Senior Naval Science Instructor -

CAPT. Kevin P Boyle, USN (Ret.)

Description

The Senior Naval Science instructor teaches teamwork, naval science, leadership, and time management in NS3-6. Their job is to regulate the unit, teams, overnight trips, and community service events, assign staff roles, and provide the best learning environment for the program.

Senior Naval Science Instructor

CSSC. (SS) Gregg Thompson, USN (Ret.)

Description

The Naval Science instructor teaches naval science in NS1-2. Their job is to regulate the unit, teams, overnight trips, and community service events, and provide a welcoming environment for new cadets.

Naval Science Instructor

[ Chain of Command ]

C/LCDR Meadow Myers

Commanding Officer -

C/LCDR Meadow Myers

Description

The Commanding Officer oversees the entire program. Their responsibility is to ensure all aspects of the unit, including events, promotions, teams, platoons, and our public view, run smoothly.


C/LT Jeremy Meyer

Executive Officer -

C/LT Jeremy Meyer

Description

The Executive Officer oversees the program alongside the Commanding Officer. Their role is to oversee all staff members, teams, and platoon commanders, as well as to identify and highlight issues in the unit that need improvements.


C/SCPO Thomas Sleasman

Senior Chief -

C/SCPO Thomas Sleasman

Description

Our Senior Chief takes part in building, promoting, and communicating with all the underclassmen. Their job is to manage platoon and promotion information, teach basic drills, and guarantee a welcoming environment for all grade levels.


C/LTJG Hailey Whitmore

Operations Officer -

C/LTJG Hailey Whitmore

Description

The Operations Officer is in charge of planning, coordinating, and executing all events inside the program. Their duties include picking OICs (Officer In Charge), making event logs, creating a schedule, issuing permission slips, and handling the rosters for each event. In addition, they also communicate with the Platoon commanders and the Community Outreach, Color Guard, and Public Affairs Officers to create the Plan of the Week.


C/LTJG Sarah Flemmer

Supply Officer -

C/LTJG Sarah Flemmer

Description

The Supply Officer sorts and takes care of all NJROTC uniform items in the supply room. They are responsible for keeping an inventory of all items inside and outside the supply room, issuing uniforms, logging data into CDMIS, and organizing uniform awards.


C/LTJG Mia Naples

Admin Officer -

C/LTJG Mia Naples

Description

The Administrative Officer logs all community service hours, awards, and promotion tests to ensure cadets are up-to-date with their awards.


C/LTJG Ethan Cardinali

Weapons Officer -

C/LTJG Ethan Cardinali

Description

The Weapons Officer is responsible for cleaning the weapons and repairing drill swords, color guard belts, and drill rifles that are damaged.


C/ENS Klaire Heller

Public Affairs Officer -

C/ENS Klaire Heller

Description

As the face of our unit, our Public Affairs Officer represents who we are during community service, team practices, and competitions. Their responsibilities include interviewing cadets, taking pictures, writing articles, updating social media pages, interacting with news reporters, and managing our website.


C/ENS Mick Miller

Color Guard Officer -

C/ENS Mick Miller

Description

Working directly with the Drill Team Commander, our Color Guard Officer teaches cadets the fundamentals of Color Guard. Their duties include organizing Color Guard events, deciding who participates in the Color Guard, and recruiting more cadets into this type of drill.


C/ENS John Johnson

Community Outreach Officer -

C/ENS John Johnson

Description

The Community Outreach Officer finds and coordinates community service opportunities. These events consist of Color Guards, parking details, food banks, marathons, cleanups, and helping all those in need.


C/CPO D. Dalrymple

2nd Platoon Commander -

C/CPO D. Dalrymple

Description

In their role as an officer, the Platoon Commander must ensure a welcoming environment for all incoming cadets. Their job is to coordinate physical training and uniform inspections, as well as build students to become future officers in the unit.


C/CPO M. Piscopo

3rd Platoon Commander -

C/CPO M. Piscopo

Description

In their role as an officer, the Platoon Commander must ensure a welcoming environment for all incoming cadets. Their job is to coordinate physical training and uniform inspections, as well as build students to become future officers in the unit.


C/ENS J. Young

4th Platoon Commander -

C/ENS J. Young

Description

In their role as an officer, the Platoon Commander must ensure a welcoming environment for all incoming cadets. Their job is to coordinate physical training and uniform inspections, as well as build students to become future officers in the unit.