Cadet Allare in Meknes, Morocco
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Hometown: Lake in the Hills, IL

Major/Minor: Informatics with a concentration in Cybersecurity

Name: Cadet Jamieson Allare

School: Indiana University

What Makes This Cadet Stand Out From Their Peers?

Between Cadet Allare's involvement in ROTC, intellectual abilities and world travels, it was a no brainer that he should be chosen as the Cadet Of The Week.

Cadet Allare has been a great asset to the Indiana University ROTC Program and he has developed into an exceptional leader. During his time in the ROTC program Cadet Allare took a leadership role for Indiana University's Ranger Challenge Team. Throughout the challenge Cadet Allare helped to motivate and encourage his fellow Cadets to do their best at every challenge and push them to their fullest potential.

While Cadet Allare has done great things with the ROTC program he has also taken his skills and passion for the military overseas. This past summer Cadet Allare spent two months in Stuttgart, Germany shadowing a signal unit, which is what he is proudly branching into.

Cadet Allare has also had the opportunity to spend a month at the Royal Military Academy in Meknes, Morocco. During this time he was paired with a Moroccan cadet, and immersed in the daily activities and training that would be done at the military academy. These overseas experiences have helped Cadet Allare to better understand other cultures and have really given him the opportunity to grow into the successful leader he is today.

In The Cadet's Own Words:

I am proudly branching Signal Corps with branch detail Infantry. I joined Army ROTC because my grandfather was in the service and I wanted to follow his example. I was also looking for a challenging, yet rewarding, career path. My most recent fond memory in ROTC is scoring the game winning basket against Notre Dame Army ROTC in the 2020 Flying Irish Basketball Tournament.

Awards & Achievements:

-2019 Ranger Challenge Team Leader.

-Dean's List all four semesters.

-Member of the Hutton Honors College.

-Member of the 2020 Flying Irish Ranger Challenge Team.

-Spent a month training with the Royal Military Academy in Meknes, Morocco.

-Spent two months shadowing a signal unit in Stuttgart, Germany.

Related Links:

Indiana University Army ROTC

Become A Leader - Join Army ROTC

Future Army Officers