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Secretary of the Air Force Kendall ’71, DAF senior leaders pay respects at Vietnam Veterans Memorial
Department of the Air Force senior leaders visited the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C., to pay their respects on National Vietnam War Veteran’s Day, March 29, 2023.
Joint Task Force-Red Hill Soldier Bourque ’07 in the Spotlight
Red Hill (JTF-RH) Deputy Chief of Staff (DCOS), LTC Jillian Bourque ’07, has 16 years of military service and numerous notable achievements. Outside of serving in the Army and joint force at the tactical and strategic level, Bourque was a four-year collegiate basketball player and a graduate from the United States Military Academy. She balances her duties as an army officer and a dual-military spouse while being a mother of two small children. She attributes her achievements to having a tremendous support system at home, and having great role models to look up to throughout her career.
Astronaut COL Morgan ’98 visits HRC, shares Army story
A U.S. Army astronaut came to Fort Knox to share how his military service has afforded him unique opportunities. COL Andrew “Drew” Morgan ’98 is quick to say he is just an ordinary person who has had extraordinary opportunities because of his service to the nation.
West Point Hosts Annual McDonald Conference for Leaders of Character
West Point hosted undergraduate students from across the globe for the annual McDonald Conference for Leaders of Character (MCLC). The conference, made possible by the vision and resources of founding benefactors HON Robert McDonald ’75 and Diane McDonald, provides cadets and attendees from diverse backgrounds the opportunity to take part in team-based experiential and analytical exercises to bolster leadership skills, foster critical thinking and collaboration, and explore strategies to address global issues.
H-1 Guidon Returns After 50 Years
After nearly 50 years, the original Company H-1 guidon was returned to Company H-1 during a ceremony at West Point.
COL Bergman ’93 Receives Soldier’s Medal for Helping Derailed Train Victims in Germany
A U.S. Army officer who stopped to help the victims of a horrific train derailment in Garmisch-Partenkirchen last year received the Soldier’s Medal on Saturday for acts of heroism in Garmisch.
Remembering & Honoring the Vietnam War 50 Years Later
This episode of the WPAOG Podcast features a conversation with COL (R) Berry Morton M.D. ‘66 and LTC (R) Alan Nason ‘66.
McCaffery ’86 Confirmed to Lead S.C. Dept. of Veterans’ Affairs
The South Carolina Senate unanimously confirmed Governor Henry McMasters’ choice of MG (R) Todd B. McCaffrey ’86 to lead the S.C. Department of Veterans’ Affairs.
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.”
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