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  • Virginia Military Institute - Army ROTC Awards
    the plus mark AUSA Medal Criteria Top leader Top 10 of ROTC academics 25 of school academics Branch MSIV Remarks 3 Nominees Founders Patriots of America ROTC Award Criteria Outstanding student hard worker team player honest and upright Branch MSII National Sojourners Americanism Award Criteria Demonstrated patriotism and dedication to American principles of leadership fairness opportunity Branch MSIII Remarks Narrative required Military Officers Association of America Award Criteria Military leadership academics loyalty character Branch MSIII Military Order of the Purple Heart Criteria Selfless service integrity initiative courage while in leadership program Branch MSIII MG J A B Dillard Award Criteria Top Cadet branched Corps of Engineers Branch MSIV Remarks 500 Check MG Robert Wagner Award Criteria Marshall New Market Cadet BN CDR Branch MSIV Remarks Book BG Jack Sadler Award Criteria Top Cadet branched Artillery Branch MSIV Remarks 330 Check USAA Spirit Award Criteria Top Cadet that displays Warrior Spirit Branch MSIV Remarks Clock Faye Robert Jones Scholarship Criteria Top Ranking Cadet contracted on scholarship Branch MSI II III Remarks 500 Check COL Earl Brown Award Branch MSIV Remarks Gift Box Veterans of Foreign Wars Award Criteria Good standing academically and in ROTC Branch MSII Daughters of American Revolution Award Criteria Top 25 in ROTC and Academics Branch MSIV Sons of American Revolution Award Criteria Outstanding leadership military bearing general excellence Branch MSI Reserve Officer Association Medal Criteria Top performer Academics Leadership PT Branch MSI MSII MSIII Top Cadet OML Branch MSI MSII MSIII MSIV Top Cadet APFT Score Branch MSI MSII MSIII MSIV USACC Cadet Awards National Defense Transportation Association Award Criteria Outstanding Cadet top 25 of ROTC Academics Branch MSIII MSIV Marshall Award Criteria Top MSIV Cadet Scholar Athlete Leader Branch MSIV Pallas Athlete Award Criteria Most Outstanding Female MSIV Cadet Branch MSIV Institute Commandant Awards COL Herbert

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  • Virginia Military Institute - Battalion Photo Gallery
    Conferences Chessie Nature Trail Bookstore Resources MyVMI Directories Friendly URLs Post View Health and Safety Computing Academics Areas of Study Majors Minors Arts Humanities Engineering Information Social Sciences Life Sciences Natural Sciences ROTC Enrichment Institute Honors Program International Programs Service Opportunities Summer Programs Institute Writing Program Research Support Cadet Counseling Career Services Disabilities Services Miller Academic Center Advising Math Resource Center The Writing Center Resources Registrar Financial Aid Canvas Login Dean s Office Career Services Bookstore Cadet Computing Admissions Corps Life Athletics Library Archives Preston Library Library Home Find Books Departments Media Equipment Technical Services Visitor Information Archives Archives Home Online Exhibits VMI History FAQs Genealogy Alumni Manuscripts Civil War New Market Give Close Menu ROTC Leadership Courses Info for Current Cadets Info for Prospective Cadets Army ROTC Awards Battalion Photo Gallery Army Links Faculty Mr Thomas Atkinson Recruiting Operation Officer of Army ROTC P 540 464 7680 Main Office P 540 464 7351 F 540 464 7639 Virginia Military Institute 2020 Kilbourne Hall Lexington VA 24450 Contact Army ROTC Home Academics Areas of Study Leadership Army ROTC Battalion Photo Gallery Photo Gallery Army ROTC Annual Events VMI Foundation Keydet Club Alumni Webcams Directories My VMI RESOURCES Title IX Health

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  • Virginia Military Institute - Additional Resources
    Academics Areas of Study Majors Minors Arts Humanities Engineering Information Social Sciences Life Sciences Natural Sciences ROTC Enrichment Institute Honors Program International Programs Service Opportunities Summer Programs Institute Writing Program Research Support Cadet Counseling Career Services Disabilities Services Miller Academic Center Advising Math Resource Center The Writing Center Resources Registrar Financial Aid Canvas Login Dean s Office Career Services Bookstore Cadet Computing Admissions Corps Life Athletics Library Archives Preston Library Library Home Find Books Departments Media Equipment Technical Services Visitor Information Archives Archives Home Online Exhibits VMI History FAQs Genealogy Alumni Manuscripts Civil War New Market Give Close Menu ROTC Leadership Courses Info for Current Cadets Info for Prospective Cadets Army ROTC Awards Battalion Photo Gallery Army Links Faculty Mr Thomas Atkinson Recruiting Operation Officer of Army ROTC P 540 464 7680 Main Office P 540 464 7351 F 540 464 7639 Virginia Military Institute 2020 Kilbourne Hall Lexington VA 24450 Contact Army ROTC Home Academics Areas of Study Leadership Army ROTC Additional Resources Additional Army Resources ROTC Cadet Command United States Army United States Army National Guard United States Reserves On Line United States Army Special Operations Command Army Knowledge Online AKO Guard Knowledge Online GKO DFAS myPay Platoon

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  • Virginia Military Institute - Faculty
    Officer of Army ROTC P 540 464 7680 Main Office P 540 464 7351 F 540 464 7639 Virginia Military Institute 2020 Kilbourne Hall Lexington VA 24450 Contact Army ROTC Home Academics Areas of Study Leadership Army ROTC Faculty Army ROTC Faculty Douglas G Vincent Department Head Professor Military Science Professor vincentdg vmi edu Col Vincent s Bio Alyssa Y Astphan Major National Guard Liaison S3 astphanay vmi edu Robert C Ballard Master Sergeant Military Science Instructor ballardrc vmi edu Abraham D Bitolas Sergeant First Class Military Science Instructor bitolasad vmi edu SFC Bitolas Bio Michael S Borawski Staff Sergeant MS IV Instructor borawskims vmi edu SSG Borawski s Bio John W Brouillette Sergeant First Class Military Science Instructor brouillettejw vmi edu John J Brown Contractor Senior Military Instructor brownjj vmi edu Lt Col Brown s Bio Donald B Bryan Sergeant First Class MSIII Training NCO bryandb vmi edu SFC Bryan s Bio David J Cartwright Sergeant First Class Military Science Instructor cartwrightdj vmi edu Antoinette Crutchfield Staff Sergeant Military Science Instructor crutchfieldar vmi edu Aaron Culp Lieutenant Colonel Executive Officer culpa vmi edu LTC Culp s Bio Rosana J Garcia Staff Sergeant Human Resource Assistant garciarj vmi edu David C Izatt Sergeant First Class Military Science Instructor izattdc vmi edu Jonathan D Krepel Captain Military Science Instructor krepeljd vmi edu Eric S Kupper Assistant Professor Military Science Professor kupperes vmi edu Capt Kupper s Bio Devon S Legare Sergeant First Class MSIV Instructor legareds vmi edu Chip Lilly Staff Sergeant Contractor lillyc vmi edu SSG Lilly s Bio Moses McFadden Sergeant First Class Supply Technician mcfaddenm vmi edu SFC McFadden s Bio Brian Motter Master Sergeant MSIV Training NCO motterbk vmi edu Richard R Nevin Sergeant First Class Military Science Instructor nevinrr vmi edu Tamara J O Neal Captain

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  • Virginia Military Institute - Cold and Rain Mark Army Fall LDX
    540 464 7351 F 540 464 7639 Virginia Military Institute 2020 Kilbourne Hall Lexington VA 24450 Contact Army ROTC Home Academics Areas of Study Leadership Army ROTC Cold and Rain Mark Army Fall LDX Cold and Rain Mark Army Fall LDX VMI s Army ROTC unit kicked off October with its annual Fall Leadership Development Exercise or LDX On Oct 3 the cadets marched to training areas at McKethan Park and North Post as picture perfect Lexington autumn weather gave way to gray skies and rain The cadets learned valuable field craft skills that night as they established patrol bases and established security in complete darkness and constant rain ROTC cadre conducted training on how to survive in austere conditions and conduct tactical operations at night The 700 plus cadets were awakened early Saturday morning to continue their training including land navigation basic tactical patrolling radio operations and procedures use and employment of hand grenades and movement under fire provided by the unit s expert paintball marksmen Second class cadets who are training for the Leader Development and Assessment Course at Fort Knox Ky this summer conducted patrolling and tactical operations against opposition forces in the woods around the North Post These missions were designed to test the cadets planning skills and understanding of tactical operations The sound of gunfire and artillery simulators resonated through the woods Saturday as the cadets conducted multiple missions under the watchful eye of and with instruction from Army cadre and 1st Class cadets As night fell on Saturday temperatures dropped giving cadets the experience of conducting military training and operations in inclement weather and cold conditions Saturday night was capped off by nighttime land navigation exercises and more tactical patrolling On Sunday the cadets finished off the LDX with squad competitions and a tactical

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  • Virginia Military Institute - Army ROTC Trains New & Returning Cadets
    Online Exhibits VMI History FAQs Genealogy Alumni Manuscripts Civil War New Market Give Close Menu ROTC Leadership Courses Info for Current Cadets Info for Prospective Cadets Army ROTC Awards Battalion Photo Gallery Army Links Faculty Mr Thomas Atkinson Recruiting Operation Officer of Army ROTC P 540 464 7680 Main Office P 540 464 7351 F 540 464 7639 Virginia Military Institute 2020 Kilbourne Hall Lexington VA 24450 Contact Army ROTC Home Academics Areas of Study Leadership Army ROTC Army ROTC Trains New Returning Cadets Army ROTC Trains New Returning Cadets As the school year began and the Old Corps returned Army ROTC activities began fast and furious with preparations for the year s challenges on and off post The ROTC cadre administered an Army Physical Fitness Test to 39 four year national ROTC scholarship winners Aug 22 followed by a contracting ceremony that afternoon hosted by Col Doug Vincent 92 and witnessed by family and friends This was the highest number of four year scholarship winners in VMI Army ROTC history Cadet leaders have been planning preparing and training fellow cadets for the Fall Leadership Development Exercise this month Physical fitness training equipment issue operations order development planning and resourcing of the upcoming LDX was led by the Marshall New Market Battalion staff and company commanders Preparations include an emphasis on physical conditioning as this event will challenge cadets physically and mentally The Bold Leader Challenge team began their preparation for the 1st Brigade U S Army Cadet Command Bold Leader Challenge competition to be held in November at Fort Knox Ky where cadets will be tested in military tasks including basic rifle marksmanship road marching land navigation and other soldier skills The VMI team will compete against teams from schools including the Citadel Norwich Texas A M Virginia Tech

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  • Virginia Military Institute - Army ROTC Trains at Fort Pickett
    Civil War New Market Give Close Menu ROTC Leadership Courses Info for Current Cadets Info for Prospective Cadets Army ROTC Awards Battalion Photo Gallery Army Links Faculty Mr Thomas Atkinson Recruiting Operation Officer of Army ROTC P 540 464 7680 Main Office P 540 464 7351 F 540 464 7639 Virginia Military Institute 2020 Kilbourne Hall Lexington VA 24450 Contact Army ROTC Home Academics Areas of Study Leadership Army ROTC Army ROTC Trains at Fort Pickett Army ROTC Trains at Fort Pickett Cadets Jonathan Liberatore 14 and Chad Reed 16 were recognized by Col Bill Wanovich commander of the VMI Army ROTC unit for their performance during this year s Spring FTX at Fort Pickett Va Liberatore was recognized for excellence in patrol lanes and Reed 16 for his motivation and positive influence during urban operations training The focus of training for the 2nd Class cadets who are preparing to attend the Leader Development and Assessment Course LDAC at Fort Knox Ky this summer was platoon tactical missions patrol lanes Missions included the emplacement of an ambush deliberate attack and the rescuing of a hostage Platoon leaders received a mission developed a plan for execution and directed the actions of the platoon This required the agile thinking and decision making skills developed and practiced weekly at Leadership Lab For instance platoon leader Mitchell White 15 found his mission unexpectedly changed and had to rescue a hostage I wasn t expecting a change in mission White said but after receiving intelligence of a hostage situation I quickly decided to overpower the kidnappers White s mission ended successfully After action reviews identified the strengths and weaknesses of each of the missions Third Class cadets conducted urban operations at a mock town The cadets trained on maneuvering between buildings clearing rooms and buildings

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  • Virginia Military Institute - NROTC Commanding Officer - Col. Patrick G. Looney
    warfare Other command assignments include Deputy Camp Commander Camp Delmar aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton California Commanding Officer Camp Schwab US Military Representative of the 11th Residential District of Okinawa Japan and Commanding Officer of the Combined Arms Training Center Camp Fuji Japan His staff assignments include platoon commander Officers Candidate School assistant battalion operations officer Officer Selection Officer MCRS Nashville TN Battalion Executive Officer and Senior Aide de Camp to the Commanding General of the 1st Marine Division As a Joint Specialty Officer his assignments have included Lead Project Officer Joint National Training Capabilities USJFCOM J7 and Executive Assistant to the Commander of the Joint Warfighting Center His NATO assignments include Headquarters Supreme Allied Command Transformation as Secretary to the Vice Chairman of the Deployable Forces Coordination Group Chief Land Component Command Evaluator Senior Mentor for Leadership Development to the Director of the Iraqi Training and Doctrine Command and Iraqi Navy Marine Corps and Branch Head Training Support to Current Operations supporting the African Union ISAF KFOR NATO Training Mission Iraq C IED and Lessons Learned He served as the Director of the Joint Concept Development and Experimentation Division for the Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory and also as the Marine Corps Representative in the Hampton Roads area on behalf of the Deputy Commandant for Combat Development and Integration He served as the Chief of the Marine Forces Division Senior Advisor to the Commander of the Royal Saudi Naval Forces Marine Forces and Naval Special Forces as well as Acting Chief of Staff US Military Training Mission Kingdom of Saudi Arabia during 2013 2015 Colonel Coggins graduated from the following schools Platoon Leaders Course Officers Candidate School University of Tennessee BS Education with honors The Basic Officers Course Amphibious Assault School Amphibious Warfare School Marine Corps Command and Staff

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