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Corps Review: Spring 2019

Alumni Spotlight

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    Command Reflection
    Command Reflection

    Today's leaders have a responsibility to develop their airmen’s ability to act in any situation without asking for permission and capitalize on their innovative ideas to accomplish the mission better and faster than ever before.

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    N'67: Friends for Life
    N'67: Friends for Life

    We first met 55 years ago in Thomas Hall on the Upper Quad, during the initial intense days of being introduced to the rat system in N Squadron. Little did we understand that the bonds we developed would be among the strongest of our lives.

Features

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    From the Classroom to Gettysburg
    From the Classroom to Gettysburg

    The Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets created a new program that gives cadets the opportunity to travel to Gettysburg National Military Park to study its history and the leadership lessons that can be taken from the Battle of Gettysburg.

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    Foxtrot Cadets Clean Up Campus
    Foxtrot Cadets Clean Up Campus

    Taking into consideration how much waste must be produced by fall football tailgates, Foxtrot Company's leadership decided that it would serve the community well to pick up the trash left behind from tailgates.

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    Spring Events
    Spring Events

    We welcomed a lot of special guests this spring, including a visit from the secretary of the Army, who spent an afternoon talking with cadets and the Army ROTC New River Battalion.

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    Commencement 2019
    Commencement 2019

    Congratulations to all our 2019 graduates (and new second lieutenants and ensigns).

Departments

Our Columnists

Commandant's Column: Climb Every Mountain

Chairman's Column: Please Welcome Our New Alumni

VPI Battalion: The Power of Alumni

Recruiting Update: March Confidently Into the Future

Museum Curator: Growing the Collection

Giving: Become Our Partner

 

Honor Guard

In Memory | Lest We Forget

The Back Cover

The color guard cadets release the flag as it raises.
Photo by Shay Barnhart