Raiders

FMS Raiders Lead the Way

 

Fishburne Military School (Waynesboro, VA) Raiders

The Fishburne Military School Raiders Team is an elite JROTC unit, named to US Army Cadet Command’s 4th Brigade “Best of the Best” for three consecutive years.

The Fishburne Military School Raiders are a team unlike any other. Raiders master the art of teamwork and compete in a variety of events during each Raider Meet. From the 5k Road March and Fitness Tests to Litter Carry Races and Vehicle Pulls, Fishburne Military School’s Raiders depend upon one another for success and strive every year to be the best. Concentrating on physical endurance, skilled maneuvers such as One-Rope-Bridge, and military precision, the Raiders have been recognized as “Best of the Best” within US Army Cadet Command’s 4th Brigade for the last three consecutive years.

UPCOMING RAIDER EVENTS:

Raider 2018 – 2019

Sept. 15       @ Massanutten Military Academy Tethered 1 mile run, Full Course & FLRC

Sept. 29        @ Orange County – TPFC vs PT test, 5K 1st event

Oct. 5-6        @ Carroll County – Raiders on the New River

Oct. 13          @ Harrisonburg High School

Oct. 20          @ Riverside High School, Belle WV (BOB Qualifier)

Oct. 27          (H) Fishburne Military School Raider Meet

Nov. 17          @ Raider North –( BOB Qualifier)

Feb. 23           @ Bedford County

March 16       @ Magna Vista – TPFC vs PT test, 5K 1st event (BOB Qualifier)

April 13          @ Magna Vista – Best of the Best TPFC vs PT test, 5K 1st event

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Fishburne Military School is the oldest and smallest of all military schools for boys in Virginia. Its college-prep curriculum is built upon the structure of an Army JROTC program. Boasting a 100% college-acceptance rate for the past 10 consecutive years, FMS has also been designated as a JROTC Honor Unit with Distinction and may nominate qualified candidates to the United States Service Academics. Fishburne hosts one of only four Summer JROTC programs in the nation, accredited by US Army Cadet Command.