Enlistment - Military Recruiters visit Brentsville District High School during lunch shifts. Visits are as scheduled:

Army every third Thursday, Marines every third Wednesday, Navy every third Tuesday

ROTC program info

Air Force ROTC Information

Navy ROTC Information

Military Pathways Workshop

Join us to hear from several military branches, recruiters, and an ROTC program to find your best fit, review the ASVAB and learn about the benefits of different military career opportunities.
Military Pathways Workshop Recording Link

U.S. Air Force Representative

TSgt Smith, Dustin
14029 Crossing Place
Woodbridge, VA 22191
Cell: (240) 602-5736
Email: [email protected]

U.S. Army Representative

Eric Goldenthal
Staff Sergeant
Army Recruiter
Manassas Army Recruiting
8415 Sudley Road
Manassas, VA 20109
Office (703)361-5811
Cell (703)786-8087

U.S. Marine Corp Representatives

Sergeant Michael Aguilera
USMC Recruiter
575 Frost Ave.
Warrenton, VA 20186
Office 540-349-603
Cell 571-218-8998

U.S. Navy Representative

Anthony Torres
U.S. Navy Recruiter
8415 Sudley Rd
Manassas, VA 20109

VA Army National Guard Representative
Sgt. Jake Walker
VA Army National Guard
Recruiter, Area 4
Cell: (434)962-6923
10628 Dumfries Rd
Manassas, VA 20112

Virginia Tech and Radford University Army ROTC

Buck Kellogg
Email for both: [email protected]
Phone number: 540-231-4804
VA Tech Army ROTC Website
Radford University Army ROTC website

University HQ ROTC

ROTC stands for Reserve Officer Training Corps, and this program is offered in 1,700 universities and colleges throughout the US. ROTC helps college students, male and female, to prepare to enter a military career as officers in one of the three branches in which it is offered: Army, Air Force, and the Navy/Marines. The Coast Guard doesn't have an ROTC program for students interested in a career in this particular military branch.

Students in each branch of the ROTC benefit from scholarships, monthly stipends and a career that is guaranteed after graduation. Students in ROTC also derive benefits from learning how to develop valued leadership skills, discipline and good physical fitness.
University HQ College ROTC Resource Website

Military Options

  • If you are interested in a military career or even one enlistment for a few years, your first step is to gather information.
  • Meet with a recruiter to get more in-depth information about military service. You do not have to sign anything until you are ready to!
  • Consider whether you want to join full-time or part time through the reserves or national guard.
  • Research on the websites of the different branches or general information websites:
ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery)
  • If you are joining the military, you will have to take the ASVAB. This is offered __________, but you can also take it privately with a recruiter. Practice tests are available on the ASVAB site below.
  • The ASVAB is one piece that helps determine whether you are qualified to enlist in the military and how qualified you are for certain military jobs or specialties. Each military branch has a different cut off score.
  • Here are a few of the many websites to help you prepare:
    What is the ASVAB?
    ASVAB Program
    ASVAB Website

Military Resources