Rinchem Appoints Christopher Easter ’88 as Chief Executive Officer
Rinchem Company, LLC, a global provider of chemical supply chain solutions, announced that the Rinchem Board has appointed Christopher Easter ’88 as Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately.
Coach K ’69 Named Special Adviser to NBA Basketball Operations
The NBA announced that Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Famer Mike Krzyzewski ’69, the all-time wins leader in NCAA Division I men’s basketball and a six-time gold medalist as head coach of the USA Basketball Men’s Senior National Team, has been appointed Special Adviser to Basketball Operations.
LTC (R) Davis ’90 Becomes Senior Executive at PEO Aviation
LTC (R) Rodney Davis ’90, deputy program executive officer for aviation, was promoted to the Senior Executive Service by MG Robert Barrie ’90, PEO Aviation, during a ceremony May 1 at Bob Jones Auditorium.
MG (R) David A. Morris ’75 Inducted as a Distinguished Member of the Special Forces Regiment
In a ceremony at the John F. Kennedy Warfare Center and School at Fort Bragg, North Carolina on April 20, MG (R) David A. Morris ’75 was inducted as a Distinguished Member of the Special Forces Regiment.
LTG (R) Todd Semonite ’79 Honored for National Security Leadership
Retired Lt. Gen. Todd Semonite ’79, former Chief of Engineers and Commanding General of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), is the recipient of the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) 2023 Golden Eagle Award for National Security.
LTG (R) Rick Lynch ’77 to Receive Honorary Degree at Clarkson University
Distinguished military leader Lieutenant General Rick Lynch ’77, U.S. Army (Retired), will receive an Honorary degree and speak to the graduating class at Clarkson University’s Commencement on May 13 in Potsdam, New York.
MAJ Justine Meberg ’09 Wins Columbia’s Bancroft Dissertation Award
MAJ Justine Meberg ’09 recently won Columbia University’s Bancroft Dissertation Award for her discourse “The logic of protection: U.S. Army culture and enemy women in the second Seminole War and the War with Mexico, 1835-1848.”
First West Point Graduate to Make it to MLB Now Getting Law Degree
When throbbing pain developed in his shoulder, CPT Chris Rowley ’13, the only graduate of the U.S. Military Academy to play in Major League Baseball, reacted as he always does when challenged. He did not blink.
Dean Shane Reeves ’96 Receives NATO SHAPE Serge Lazareff Prize
On May 5, 2023, the Office of Legal Affairs at NATO Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE) presented the Serge Lazareff Prize to Brigadier General Shane Reeves ’96.
Nuclear Disablement Team Leader Concludes US Army Career During Ceremony on APG
LTC Michael C. Fish ’04, the team leader for Nuclear Disablement Team 3, retired from the U.S. Army at a widely attended ceremony at the 20th Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, Explosives (CBRNE) Command Headquarters on Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland.