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December 3, 2019
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Pass-in-Review Ceremony December 4 Pass-in-Review Ceremony December 4 

East Aurora High School invites the community to attend the annual NJROTC Pass-in-Review ceremony on Wednesday, December 4 at 6:00 p.m. at East Aurora High School in the Kivisto Gymnasium, 500 Tomcat Lane. Visitors should enter through Door 15. 

The event will be conducted in both English and Spanish. The event will include the opening ceremony by the NJROTC Color Guard and performances by the drill team and dance, drum and bugle team as well as the ceremonial Pass-In-Review by the senior class.    

The event will also feature a “Knock Out Drill” competition. Approximately 50 cadets will be given specific commands. Any variance from the exact military specifications for that command will knock the cadet out of the competition, until one student is named the champion. 

The Pass-in-Review is a formal time-honored military ceremony that dates back before the Civil War. It honors cadets’ hard work and dedication. The ceremony ties together the future of the Navy with the naval customs and traditions. 

Prior to the public ceremony, Commander Joseph Hankins will conduct the annual military inspection of the cadets at East Aurora High School during the school day. 

 

East Aurora High School invites the community to attend the annual NJROTC Pass-in-Review ceremony on Wednesday, December 4 at 6:00 p.m. at East Aurora High School in the Kivisto Gymnasium, 500 Tomcat Lane. Visitors should enter through Door 15. 

The event will be conducted in both English and Spanish. The event will include the opening ceremony by the NJROTC Color Guard and performances by the drill team and dance, drum and bugle team as well as the ceremonial Pass-In-Review by the senior class.    

The event will also feature a “Knock Out Drill” competition. Approximately 50 cadets will be given specific commands. Any variance from the exact military specifications for that command will knock the cadet out of the competition, until one student is named the champion. 

The Pass-in-Review is a formal time-honored military ceremony that dates back before the Civil War. It honors cadets’ hard work and dedication. The ceremony ties together the future of the Navy with the naval customs and traditions. 

Prior to the public ceremony, Commander Joseph Hankins will conduct the annual military inspection of the cadets at East Aurora High School during the school day.