Color Guard Posts Colors

Military students are marching.

The Oxnard High School Air Force Junior ROTC Color Guard posts the colors during Back to School Night on September 19, 2013.

Girls looking at military careers want combat posts open

Military students.

Sarah Trujillo grew up hearing her dad’s stories of the Marine Corps and dreamed of a military career of her own. But some posts were off limits to women, a barrier she thought was unfair. Her father told her things could change by the time she was old enough to serve. She hoped he was […]

Seabees mentor Oxnard JROTC students, help staff

People are working at building construction.

OXNARD, Calif. – Seabees from Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 3 mentored students from Oxnard High School’s Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps during a volunteer construction project that helped the program prepare for a major upcoming inspection. The volunteers – all members of NMCB 3’s First Class Petty Officer Association – taught the JROTC students how […]

OHS Air Force Junior ROTC visits Food Share

Students are posing for photo.

The students basically sorted food as it came down a conveyor belt into different boxes, which were then distributed throughout the county to different food pantries. This food share program feeds more than 74,500 people each month! We were happy to volunteer and play a small part in helping others.

Oxnard Air Force Junior ROTC presents colors at new Walmart

Military students are holding flags.

The Oxnard High School Air Force Junior ROTC Color Guard presented the colors at the grand opening of the Walmart Neighborhood Store in Oxnard at the Esplanade on November 14, 2012. Pictured left to right are Juan Cahuantzi, Brandon Cardilino, and David Gonzalez.

OHS Air Force JROTC Learn History by serving Veterans

People are posing for photo.

On October 28th, the Air Force Junior ROTC students from Oxnard High School visited Hillcrest Retirement Home in Thousand Oaks, as part of their commitment to serving members of their community. The AFJROTC were invited to visit Hillcrest by resident, Lois Kurt, whose two sons had served in the Navy. The AFJROTC Cadets started the […]