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Corps Review: Spring 2017

Alumni Spotlights

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    Taylor Jones, second from right, and other International Contract Corruption Task Force agents work at Kandahar Air Base, Afghanistan, 2013.
    A Law Enforcement Career Offers an Opportunity to See the World

    Taylor P. Jones '90 got to serve our country with the Virginia State Police and then the Naval Criminal Investigative Service, where he assisted with the mission of the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps.

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    Virginia Tech Adjunct Instructor Mike Swain ’65, at front, fourth from left, assists during a 2007 study abroad program in Japan.
    Life Comes Full Circle

    Mike Swain '65 joined Alcoa in 1966, just three weeks after graduating. After a long and successful career, it was time to let go and do other things — start a business and teach at the university level . 

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Commandant's Column: We Live in Interesting Times

Chairman's Column: 2016 was a Dog Gone Good Year

Philanthropy: News From the Development Office

VPI Battalion: It's Good to be Back

Recruiting Update: Last Call Never Really is a 'Last Call'

Museum Column: Personal Stories Give Greater Meaning to Museum Artifacts

 

Honor Guard

In Memory | Lest We Forget

 

The Back Cover

Members of the fall 2016 regimental staff are, from left, Tiffany Borden ’17, Aiden Hughes ’17, Nikkole Lenardson ’17, Mike Schoka ’17, Chris Hintz ’17, Daniel Wallace ’17, Judith Skinker ’17, and Nicholas Massella ’16.

Fall 2016 Regimental Staff
Members of the fall 2016 regimental staff are, from left, Tiffany Borden ’17, Aiden Hughes ’17, Nikkole Lenardson ’17, Mike Schoka ’17, Chris Hintz ’17, Daniel Wallace ’17, Judith Skinker ’17, and Nicholas Massella ’16.

"I attribute a lot of my ideas about service and sacrifice to my personal hero, my Dad, and the time I spent in the Corps."

— Taylor P. Jones '90

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