News Release: 21 McDaniel College students recognized at ROTC President’s Review

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April 20, 2017

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April 20, 2017

Contact: Cheryl Knauer
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cknauer@mcdaniel.edu

 

McDANIEL COLLEGE STUDENTS RECOGNIZED AT ROTC PRESIDENT'S REVIEW

WESTMINSTER, Md. – On April 19, 21 McDaniel College students were recognized at the ROTC President’s Review.

Army ROTC has been a tradition at McDaniel College since 1919, and the Green Terror Battalion, which includes cadets from McDaniel, Hood and Mount St. Mary’s, is one of the oldest ROTC programs in the nation. McDaniel also participates in the Post-9/11 GI Bill and Yellow Ribbon Program. McDaniel has consistently been recognized among Military Friendly Schools® in the nation. 

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Students recognized:
  • Sean Kaliszak, senior from New Freedom, Pa., received the George C. Marshall Award and was named a Distinguished Military Graduate
  • Kelly Lewis, senior from Apex, N.C., received the Daughters of the American Revolution Award
  • Abby Phillips, senior from New Freedom, Pa., was named a Distinguished Military Student and received the Daughters of 1812 Award
  • Brandon Rozanski, senior from Severn, Md., received the American Legion Award
  • Andrew Schiller, senior from Watervliet, N.Y., received the American Legion Award
  • David Tyler Ambrose, junior from Pasadena, Md., received the Supreme Council of the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry Award
  • Noah Conner, junior from Hurlock, Md., received the Military Order of the World Wars Award
  • Matthew Meagher, junior from Frederick, Md., received the Department of the Army Superior Cadet Award
  • Elliott Orr, junior from St. Petersburg, Fla., received the Military Officers Association Award
  • Griffin Crowley, sophomore from Cape May, N.J., received the Military Order of the Purple Heart Leadership Award
  • Rachmat Effendy, sophomore from Ewa Beach, Hawaii, received the Society of the War of 1812 Award
  • John Holbrook, sophomore from Alexandria, Va., received the Military Order of the World Wars Award
  • Nick Rhodes, sophomore from Boonsboro, Md., received the Reserve Officers Association Award
  • André Berry, freshman from Fort Meade, Md., received the Association of the United States Military History Award
  • William Bower, freshman from Emmitsburg, Md., received the Veterans of Foreign Wars Award
  • Ethan Cortes, freshman from Sykesville, Md., received the Sons of the American Revolution Award
  • Carson Marshall, freshman from Brookeville, Md., received the Department of the Army Superior Cadet Award
  • William Moos, freshman from Severn, Md., received the Military Order of Foreign Wars of the United States
  • Andy Murphy, freshman from Eldersburg, Md., received the Reserve Officers Association Award
  • Grant Stefan, freshman from Fallston, Md., received the Military Order of Foreign Wars of the United States
  • Kate Stoll, freshman from Green Brook, N.J., received the Daughters of Founders and Patriots of America Award