Citadel President Lt. Gen. John W. Rosa, Peter E. Kunkel, acting assistant secretary of the Army; and Charleston Mayor Joe Riley meet with local media to discuss the Army Community Covenant signing Sept. 26 at The Citadel. The Army Community Covenant aims to improve the quality of life for Army families through state and community partnerships.
Col. Paul B. Dunahoe, commanding officer of The Citadel's Naval ROTC unit, greets Peter E. Kunkel, acting assistant secretary of the Army. Kunkel was on campus Sept. 26 for the signing of the Army Community Covenant, which aims to improve the quality of life for Army families through state and community partnerships.
The Citadel and local and state leaders took part in an Army Community Covenant signing on Sept. 26. The covenant is designed to develop and foster effective state and community partnerships with the Army in improving the quality of life for soldiers and their families, both at their current duty stations and as they transfer from state to state.
The Citadel will recognize and honor its fallen, veterans, and current military personnel serving in the armed forces during pre-game and halftime ceremonies of The Citadel vs. Western Carolina football game this Saturday.
Bernise F. Belcer, the first female Command Chief Master Sergeant for the 437th Airlift Wing at Charleston Air Force Base, speaks to Air Force ROTC cadets at the 61st birthday celebration Sept. 18 on campus. Belcer advises the wing commander, four group and 21 squadron commanders on the health, welfare, morale, and effective use of 3,500 enlisted members.
Wrenn Taylor, the youngest Air Force contracted cadet, and Bernise F. Belcer, the first female Command Chief Master Sergeant for the 437th Airlift Wing at Charleston Air Force Base, cut birthday cake in honor of the Air Force's 61st birthday on Sept. 18. Belcer was the guest speaker at The Citadel Air Force ROTC event.
A lone cadet bugler plays Taps at 8:46 a.m. today on Summerall Field in remembrance of the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks in New York, Washington, D.C., and Pennsylvania.
A flag memorial on Summerall Field features 3,000 American flags, one for each victim of the Sept. 11th terrorists' attacks. The memorial was created by the Cadet Republican Society in coordination with the Young America's Foundation.
The Regimental Band and Pipes perform at the Clemson University Outdoor Theater before the start of last weekend's Citadel vs. Clemson football game in Death Valley. Photo courtesy of Capt. Jim Dillahey, pipe director.
The Regimental Band and Pipes march with football fans to the Tigers' stadium last weekend in Death Valley. Photo courtesy of Brian Moore, ’98.
The Regimental Band and Pipes perform with the Tiger Band during halftime of The Citadel vs. Clemson game last weekend in Death Valley. Photo courtesy of Brian Moore, ’98.