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Dr. Bill McHenry

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National JROTC Program Director

the United States Marine Corps
 
Background

Employment History

  • JROTC Program Director
    Marine Corps JROTC
  • National Program Director
    Marine Corps JROTC
  • National Director
    Marine Corps Junior ROTC Cadets
  • Director of ROTC
    Fort Mill HS
  • ROTC Instructor
    Fort Mill
24 Total References
Web References
ACHS Awarded Naval Honor School Status | Adams County School District 14
www.adams14.org, 21 Sept 2011 [cached]
The Adams City High School Marine Corps Junior ROTC (MCJROTC) program was awarded Naval Honor School Status last week during a visit from Dr. Bill McHenry, national JROTC program director for the United States Marine Corps.
During his visit, McHenry praised the outstanding facilities and opportunities provided at ACHS. Additionally, McHenry bestowed honors upon Superintendent Sue Chandler, ACHS Principal Shelli Robins and Lt.
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Above all, McHenry lauded the ACHS cadets for their significant demonstration of commitment and character to earn recognition as one of the nation's best JROTC programs.
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With all cadets present in the ACHS theater, Dr. McHenry provided the following advice to students: stay in school and take advantage of the educational opportunities available in Adams 14 and post-secondary institutions; obtain a good job; get married; have kids and raise a strong family. McHenry stressed that it is important for students to do those four things in that order; otherwise, students may struggle to find success in their lives.
News | Adams County School District 14
www.adams14.org [cached]
The Adams City High School Marine Corps Junior ROTC (MCJROTC) program was awarded Naval Honor School Status last week during a visit from Dr. Bill McHenry, national JROTC program director for the United States Marine Corps.
During his visit, McHenry praised the outstanding facilities and opportunities provided at ACHS. Additionally, McHenry bestowed honors upon Superintendent Sue Chandler, ACHS Principal Shelli Robins and Lt.
...
Above all, McHenry lauded the ACHS cadets for their significant demonstration of commitment and character to earn recognition as one of the nation's best JROTC programs.
...
With all cadets present in the ACHS theater, Dr. McHenry provided the following advice to students: stay in school and take advantage of the educational opportunities available in Adams 14 and post-secondary institutions; obtain a good job; get married; have kids and raise a strong family. McHenry stressed that it is important for students to do those four things in that order; otherwise, students may struggle to find success in their lives.
Marine Corps JROTC - Contact Us
www.mcjrotc.org, 13 Feb 2011 [cached]
Dr. Bill McHenry
JROTC Program Director
(703) 784-3706
director@mcjrotc.org
The anguish of making those decisions ...
www.heraldnet.com, 7 May 2009 [cached]
The anguish of making those decisions is not lost on Bill McHenry, national program director for the Marine Corps JROTC in Quantico, Va.
"It's hard for me to second-guess superintendents, principals and school boards," said McHenry, who served in the Marine Corps for 29 years before earning a doctorate and teaching high school JROTC. "They are there because they love kids."
McHenry said very few students who take JROTC actually enlist in the military after high school. Its greatest value is helping students fit into high school and instilling discipline, he said.
"Status is really earned, and personal responsibility is more than a phrase," he said.
The contract between the school district and the Marine Corps requires a year's notice before a program is dropped. However, both sides can agree to waive the requirement, he said.
McHenry said it won't take long to find a school to take Snohomish's place.
"We have 122 schools nationwide approved for programs, but I don't have the funding to approve them," he said.
MCJROTC - News
www.mcjrotc.org, 1 Jan 2006 [cached]
This year’s award was presented by Dr. William E. McHenry, the MCJROTC National Director aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico.
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