Fulton ’80 Receives President Dwight D. Eisenhower Distinguished Public Service Award
Sue Fulton ’80, was awarded the Eisenhower Award for Distinguished Public Service by Student Veterans of America.
Ryan ’62 Releases “What Abides: West Point in Afterthought”
James Ryan ’62 released “What Abides: West Point in Afterthought.”
CPT (R) Clark ’63 Among Vietnam Veterans Honored with Portraits
The Frontiers of Flight Museum in Dallas, TX hosted a 50th commemoration of the end of the Vietnam War. CPT (R) Allen B. Clark ’63 addressed the crowd of Vietnam Veterans and their families as his portrait was unveiled. Congressman Keith Self ’75 was the keynote speaker at the event.
COL (R) Crawford ’85 Elected President of ASEE
COL (R) Grant Crawford ’85 was elected as President-Elect of the American Society of Engineering Education on March 15.
Adopting a Never-Quit Mentality – MAJ Kabiri ‘10
This episode of the WPAOG Podcast features a conversation with MAJ Nargis Kabiri ’10.
Scott ’54 Awarded Jacksonville University’s Presidential Global Citizen Award
COL(R) David Randolph Scott ’54 is awarded Jacksonville University’s Presidential Global Citizen Award.
Hedgecock ’11 speaks at International Affairs Forum Brown Bag Lunch Series
The International Affairs Forum kicked off its spring semester brown bag lunch series last month having a conversation with MAJ Katie Hedgecock ’11.
Harmon ’87 Named to The 2023 Heavy Hitters List: Virginia’s 50 most Powerful and Influential Execs
A nationally recognized trial lawyer, Jonathan Harmon ’87 has led the state’s largest law firm since 2017, the first Black man to do so.
Gibby ’93 Honored and Celebrated
COL Bryan Gibby ’93 was honored and celebrated for his investiture as Professor, United States Military Academy (PUSMA) last month.
Donahue ’92 Guest Speaker for BS&L Cadets
BS&L’s Military Leadership Course (PL300) hosted LTG Christopher Donahue ’92, XVIII Airborne Corps Commander, as the course-wide lecturer for AY 23-2.