In Honored Glory: Herndon High School Navy Junior ROTC

Pay Tribute to Americans Lost During 9/11 Ceremony

By Captain Adler & Cadet Josh Guzman
Clubs, Activities, and Honor Societies
September 28, 2017

Herndon High School Navy JROTC cadets commemorated the tragic 9/11 anniversary, by holding a special ceremony in the front of Herndon High School on the morning of September 11th, 2017. The Herndon Police and Fire Departments and Fairfax County Police Departments were represented by First Responders. Parents and Administrators looked on as an Honor Guard of Cadets raised a ceremonial National Ensign at Herndon’s main flag pole. Herndon’s Principal, Dr. Liz Noto provided remarks of remembrance and honor for those countrymen and women that were lost. Herndon High School Band provided two buglers who played Taps at the conclusion of the ceremony.

Herndon High’s Navy Junior ROTC is for anyone interested in real leadership experiences, teamwork, and/or high-level competition. There is no military commitment. To learn more about this outstanding program, please contact David Adler, Captain, USN (retired) at (703) 755-5710 or dbadler@fcps.edu. Please visit the website for additional information www.herndonNJROTC.com