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In Our Community: UNG Corps of Cadets honors 17 as distinguished military students
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Tyler Farney, brigade commander of UNG’s Corps of Cadets, receives the Keeper of the Corps saber from Alan Ware, chairman of the North Georgia Corps of Cadets Association, at the Distinguished Military Students Review on Sept. 30 at the Convocation Center on UNG’s Dahlonega campus.

On Sept. 30, the University of North Georgia Boar’s Head Brigade held the 2018 Distinguished Military Students Review, which is conducted annually to honor senior ROTC cadets who have excelled academically and as leaders. 

To be selected, a cadet must be in the upper half of the academic class, the upper third of the ROTC class, and the upper third of UNG’s Order of Merit List, established by the professor of military science. Additionally, cadets are chosen on the basis of interest and aptitude for military service and outstanding qualities of leadership and high moral character as demonstrated by participation and achievement in campus, civic and military activities.

This year’s honorees were: Connor Bane, Lauren Bell, Christopher Bissett, Hunter Blocher, Jasper Bridgeman Jr., Henry Crawford, Terry Ellis, Tyler Farney, Matthew Ilao, Evan Myers, Nolan Olson, Dylan Richards, Robert Rogers, Jacob Starrett, Charlotte Walton, Yusemi Wheeler, and Matthew Williams.

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The University of North Georgia honored 17 senior ROTC cadets at the 2018 Distinguished Military Students Review on Sept. 30. The school has been named to the 2019-20 Military Friendly Schools list.
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