H.L. Hunley JROTC Award 2019

Copy of H.L. Hunley 2019


Agua Fria HSDylan VoyC/2LT
Apache JunctionDavid HofmannC/CPO
Buena HSLiam KleinC/SGT
Cactus HSGarrett J. ArmstrongCadet
Campo Verde HSQuentin MillarCadet
Cholla HSTroy D. Washechek Cadet
Cholla HSIvan Miranda    Cadet
Cienega HSGabriel RocafortCadet
Cortez HSJason Tebaqui-SanchezC/ENS
Deer Valley HSWyatt ShumanC/CPT
Desert View HSJonah VegaC/COL
Desert View HSAlexis TuckerC/COL
Dobson HSBarbara KargC/MAJ
Dysart HSMathieu BrethenC/CPL
Flowing Wells HSGriffin SmithCadet
Gilbert HSIsaac H. McDonaldC/TSGT
Greenway HSBryan HawkinsC/PO1
Independence HSAlan QuintanillaCadet
Mesa HSArmando MartinezC/SMSgt
Moon Valley HSJustin MeierC/PO2
Nogales HSThien Ban NguyenC/AMN
Red Mountain HSTristan A. DonlinC/CPL
Red Mountain HSXander L. HemphillC/CPL
Rio Rico HSAlan OjedaC/SGT
Sahuarita HSDavid HancockC/PO2
Shadow Mtn HSReece BayliffC/2LT
Skyline HSGareth JamesonCadet
Tombstone HSChris StephensC/SGT
Westwood HSCayden HouseknechtCadet

About the H.L. Hunley Award

 The Sons of Confederate Veterans proudly awards the H.L. Hunley JROTC award to deserving cadets in Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine JROTC programs across the nation.  The award is named for the CSS H.L. Hunley, the first submarine to successfully sink an enemy warship.  Although the award has a naval theme, it is appropriate for presentation to Army and Air Force recipients.  The CSS H.L. Hunley was commanded by 1st Lt. George Dixon, an Infantry officer.  The crew was made up of volunteers from both the Confederate Army and Navy.

In Arizona, applications for the award are managed by the Arizona Division Adjutant.   The military instructors for a particular school's JROTC program select the recipient based on the following criteria:

* Maintain a 3.5 grade point average

* Demonstrated leadership position within the JROTC unit

* Have a well-rounded high school career to include sports, music, art or other extra curricular activities

* Maintain an accepted level of physical fitness

* Exhibit the traits of Honor, Courage and Commitment


The award consists of a certificate suitable for framing, a full-size medal and a ribbon for wear with a standard ribbon rack.

Military instructors:  To receive an information packet and application, contact the Arizona Division Adjutant or call 520-456-6956.   Applications should be submitted to the Adjutant in sufficient time for the award to be delivered to your school prior to the awards ceremony.  Applications may be submitted via email to the address above or mailed to:

Arizona Division SCV

H.L. Hunley Award

PO Box 12980

Fort Huachcua, AZ 85670-2980