The administrative and tactical inspection measures the administrative efficiency, training management proficiency, and quality of training
and education provided by higher education institutions in the region.
The University of Baguio (UB) Reserve Officers’ Training Program (ROTC) unit has undergone the 14th Regional Annual Administrative and Tactical Inspection (RAATI) last March 17.
The evaluation, which aims to measure the administrative efficiency, training management proficiency, and quality of training and education provided by higher education institutions in the region, is conducted in all activated ROTC units in the Cordillera Administrative Region by the Regional Community Defense Group, a line unit of the Army Reserve Command. It is required under the implementing rules and regulations for the ROTC program in the country.
The inspection, which was held at the Melvin Jones grounds, was spearheaded by the UB National Service Training Program Office headed by Dr. Romer Tanyag.
Scroll down to see photos from the event. Photos courtesy of the UB National Service Training Program Office.
A banner is uncoiled during the evaluation activity at the Melvin Jones grounds.
Students under the UB-ROTC program go on camouflage as part of the activity.
Rifles were used during the evaluation.
A member of the Regional Community Defense Group explains the parts of a .45 caliber handgun.
The tactical inspection was participated in by UB NSTP-ROTC students under the UB School of Criminal Justice and Public Safety.