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  • Virginia Military Institute - Keydet Club News Stories
    932 Lexington VA 24450 kclub vmiaa org Toll 1 800 444 1839 Fax 1 540 463 2695 From the Pressbox From the Press Box From the Press Box Keydet Club Recognizes New Endowed Scholarships for Winter 2016 February 9 2016 The Keydet Club is honored to recognize the following scholarships for Winter 2016 The Jeanette P Alligood Athletic Scholarship The William H Blair Jr 64 Basketball Scholarship The Elmon T Gray 46 Athletic Scholarship and The Brian J Swiencinski 88 Baseball Scholarship Read More VMI Lacrosse Alumni and Families Recognize Legendary Coach Through Endowed Scholarship Doug Bartlett Among His Players October 18 2015 This fall in conjunction with a Lacrosse Reunion and alumnigame the Keydet Club was proud to announce the creation of a new lacrossescholarship the Coach Doug BartlettLacrosse Scholarship Thescholarship was created through the generosity of VMI Lacrosse alumni andfamilies in honor of former VMI Men s Lacrosse Coach Doug Bartlett who servedas head coach for 21 years in appreciation for his dedication and commitmentto VMI and its cadet athletes Read More Keydet Club Hosts 2015 Scholarship Awards Banquet Acuff 71 Delivers Inspiring and Moving Remarks Record Crowd in Attendance for 2015 Scholarship Banquet October 17 2015 TheVMI Keydet Club hosted a record crowd of nearly 800 VMI cadet athletes parents endowed scholarship donors annual full scholarship donors fund representatives coaches and VMI administrators in Crozet Hall for the Scholarship AwardsBanquet on Saturday October 17 2015 Read More 2013 Scholarship Awards Banquet Largest Ever Donny White 65 December 3 2013 Once again the VMIKeydet Club hosted the largest ever crowd for the Scholarship Awards Banquet onSaturday October 12 2013 with more than 727 of VMI s cadet athletes parents endowed scholarship donors annual full scholarship donors fundrepresentatives coaches and VMI administrators Read More Jerry Acuff 71 Remarks from

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  • Virginia Military Institute - Keydet Club News Stories
    and Bob Earle 63 and General J H Binford Peay 62 October 17 2015 CadetDavid Geary VMI Class of 2016 was presented with the VMI Keydet Club sThree Legged Stool Award at its 2015 Scholarship Athletes Recognition Banqueton October 17 2015 The award recognizes a First Class scholarship athlete whohas the highest achievements in academics leadership and athletics Gearymatriculated at VMI from Benedictine High School in Richmond VA He is anApplied Mathematics Major Honor Court President and leader on VMI s Division Ibaseball team Read More Keydet Club Hosts 2014 Scholarship Awards Banquet Major General Cedric Wins 85 November 12 2014 The VMI Keydet Club hosted yet another large crowd in Crozet Hall for the Scholarship Awards Banquet on Saturday October 18 2014 with more than 615 of VMI s cadet athletes parents endowed scholarship donors annual full scholarship donors fund representatives coaches and VMI administrators in attendance The evening s guest speaker was Major General Cedric Wins 85 MG Wins shared with the audience the need for honorable men and women in society and the need for service to our country via civilian or military service He told the cadet athletes that successful people fail but great people learn from their failures He expanded on his time in the military and told the cadet athletes that he learned that sometimes great leadership requires the ability to be a dedicated and devoted follower as well Read More Cadet Tyler Prasnicki 15 Awarded Keydet Club s Three Legged Stool Prasnicki Makes Remarks After Receiving the Three Legged Stool November 11 2014 Cadet Tyler Prasnicki VMI Class of 2015 was presented with the VMI Keydet Club s Three Legged Stool Award at its 2014 Scholarship Athletes Recognition Banquet on October 18 2014 The award recognizes a First Class scholarship athlete who has

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  • Virginia Military Institute - Keydet Club News Stories
    Created Ralph L Costen Jr 70 with his wife Marsha and son Ralph L Costen III Tripp with his wife Jill Sisler Costen and their children I guess my drive to get involved and support VMI was more out of the tremendous gratitude I had and still have for the opportunities VMI has given me I m not proud of it but the fact is I was initially turned down for admissions in the winter of 1966 but strong encouragement from a few VMI alumni at that time got me an opportunity for which I will forever be grateful I wasn t a good student nor was I an outstanding cadet but VMI certainly impacted me and my life and I believe VMI still impacts the lives of so many young people today said Costen Read More New Keydet Club Board of Governors Members Elected At its June 2014 board meeting the Keydet Club Board of Governors recognized the officers for the next fiscal year Fiscal Year 2015 the retiring board members and the incoming new board members Read More Letter from the President Bill Paulette 69 Letter from Bill Paulette 69 President of the Keydet Club Read More Keydet

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  • Virginia Military Institute - Keydet Club News Stories
    Game March 20 2014 The Keydets will host a postseason basketball game in the second round of the CIT Tournament Read More March 5 9 2014 Big South Basketball Tournament and Keydet Club Event Ocean Reef Resort Hotel Myrtle Beach SC March 5 9 2014 Plan on some fun in the sun supporting your VMI Keydets Read More Big day last Sunday for Jarrell racing and the 14 Keydet Club car September 13 2013 Trey Jarrell Enjoys First Top Five NASCAR Whelen All American Series Finish Trey Jarrell s young career made huge strides last Saturday when he finished fifth in the BAIRD Drywall and Acoustics BARNBURNER presented by LINE X of the Blue Ridge at Motor Mile Speedway Read More Keydet Club Hosts Basketball Reunion D J COVINGTON 14 Rodney Glasgow 14 Curt Reppart 76 and Kelly Lombard 79 March 13 2013 As this year marks the 75th Anniversary of the NCAA Tournament the VMI Keydet Club hosted a Basketball Reunion on March 6 2013 in conjunction with the Big South Conference Basketball Tournament to honor the three VMI teams to have made it to the NCAA Tournament Read More Keydet Club s 6th Man Cash Give Away Gets

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  • Virginia Military Institute - Keydet Club News Stories
    Lexington VA 24450 kclub vmiaa org Toll 1 800 444 1839 Fax 1 540 463 2695 From the Pressbox From the Press Box From the Press Box 2012 Keydet Club Scholarship Athletes Recognition Banquet 2012 Keydet Club Three Legged Stool Recipients October 31 2012 On Saturday October 20 2012 more than 670 VMI cadet athletes parents endowed scholarship donors annual full scholarship donors fund representatives coaches and VMI administrators gathered in a rearranged Crozet Hall for the Keydet Club s Annual Scholarship Awards Banquet The event has grown in size and scope over the years and brings together many of VMI s most generous benefactors to athletics Read More Keydet Club Hosts First Young Professional Outreach Mixer The VMI Keydet Club hosted the first ever Young ProfessionalOutreach Mixer in the Ferebee Lounge of Clarkson McKenna Hall on Thursday September 13 The event was highly successful in bringing together over85 young professionals local business owners and VMI staff Read More Keydet Club Hosts Annual Leadership Outing June 6 2012 The VMI Keydet Club welcomed back over 180 of its Leadership Members on Friday June 1 2012 The Outing consisted of a competitive day of golf at the Lexington Golf and Country Club an adventurous sporting clays event at the Quail Ridge Sporting Clays facility and a great time at Washington and Lee s indoor tennis facility for different groups Read More 2012 Keydet Club Online Auction May 15 2012 Because of the number of new items recently added we have decided to extend our Keydet Club Auction for one week until Thursday June 14 at 8 pm Read More 2012 VMI Spring Football Weekend VMI Alum and Former Washington Redskin Mark Stock 88 April 3 2012 The Keydet Club will host the 2012 VMI Spring Football Weekend on Friday April 20th

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  • Virginia Military Institute - Communications & Marketing
    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 Communications Marketing News and Features Construction News Institute Report Photos Videos Cindy Bither Administrative Assistant P 540 464 7207 F 540 464 7443 111 Smith Hall Lexington VA 24450 Communications Marketing The Office of Communications and Marketing presents the face of the Institute to the public Our staff conducts a variety of activities to that end including working with print and broadcast news organizations providing news and information to the VMI community developing and maintaining the look and feel of the VMI website designing and preparing publications for print and developing marketing products to support the Institute s mission Publications Communications Marketing coordinates production of most VMI publications The staff provides design and production for newsletters posters advertisements etc Go to Publications Media Relations For information about events and issues faculty expertise fact sheets and official comments concerning the Institute please visit Media Relations Go to Media Relations Marketing Communications and Marketing is responsible for building brand loyalty brand

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  • Historical Background of VMI
    On November 11 1839 23 young Virginians were mustered into the service of the State and in a falling snow the first cadet sentry John B Strange relieved the old arsenal guard To this day cadets perform guard duty and serve the State as a military corps as the first Corps of Cadets did Professor later Major General Francis H Smith a graduate of the United States Military Academy was named the first Superintendent of VMI and presided over the affairs of the Institute for its first half century During his 50 year tenure the Corps increased in size the curriculum broadened and the faculty grew Among them was a moody eccentric professor of natural philosophy physics it is called today named Thomas Jonathan Jackson who joined the faculty in 1851 and served until April 1861 At the outbreak of the Civil War he resumed military duty and became a general of the Confederate forces earning the name Stonewall Jackson He is considered one of the greatest commanders in military history The first president of the Board of Visitors was Colonel Claudius Crozet a graduate of Ecole Polytechnique and former faculty member at West Point who was the State engineer of Virginia at the time of his election to the board With the outbreak of the war the Cadet Corps under command of its professor of physics Major Jackson was ordered to train recruits for the Confederate Army in the Richmond area The Corps was later reconstituted at the Institute to supply officers for the Southern armies The Cadet Corps was called into active service a number of times in the Valley of Virginia during the next three years On May 15 1863 the Corps of Cadets escorted the body of Stonewall Jackson to his grave in Lexington after his death in the battle of Chancellorsville Just before the battle Jackson after surveying the field and seeing so many VMI men around him in key positions spoke the oft quoted words The Institute will be heard from today One year to the day after the funeral of Jackson the VMI Cadet Corps was engaged as a unit in pitched battle Called upon to bolster the Southern line against the advance of Union General Franz Sigel the Corps marched down the valley to New Market and in the battle fought there won credit for helping turn the tide in favor of the Confederate forces Ten cadets were killed and 47 wounded Six of the dead are buried on the VMI grounds The Corps of Cadets pays tribute to the courage and valor of the New Market Cadets in formal ceremonies held at the Institute yearly on May 15 The Institute was shelled and burned on June 12 1864 by Union forces under the command of General David Hunter The courageous efforts of General Smith and dedicated members of the faculty allowed the Institute to reopen on October 17 1865 The devoted service of the thirteen Superintendents who have followed General Smith

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  • Historical Background of VMI
    are the basis of a triangular pyramid of which the sides will preserve their mutual relation to whatever height the structure may rise On November 11 1839 23 young Virginians were mustered into the service of the State and in a falling snow the first cadet sentry John B Strange relieved the old arsenal guard To this day cadets perform guard duty and serve the State as a military corps as the first Corps of Cadets did Professor later Major General Francis H Smith a graduate of the United States Military Academy was named the first Superintendent of VMI and presided over the affairs of the Institute for its first half century During his 50 year tenure the Corps increased in size the curriculum broadened and the faculty grew Among them was a moody eccentric professor of natural philosophy physics it is called today named Thomas Jonathan Jackson who joined the faculty in 1851 and served until April 1861 At the outbreak of the Civil War he resumed military duty and became a general of the Confederate forces earning the name Stonewall Jackson He is considered one of the greatest commanders in military history The first president of the Board of Visitors was Colonel Claudius Crozet a graduate of Ecole Polytechnique and former faculty member at West Point who was the State engineer of Virginia at the time of his election to the board With the outbreak of the war the Cadet Corps under command of its professor of physics Major Jackson was ordered to train recruits for the Confederate Army in the Richmond area The Corps was later reconstituted at the Institute to supply officers for the Southern armies The Cadet Corps was called into active service a number of times in the Valley of Virginia during the next three years On May 15 1863 the Corps of Cadets escorted the body of Stonewall Jackson to his grave in Lexington after his death in the battle of Chancellorsville Just before the battle Jackson after surveying the field and seeing so many VMI men around him in key positions spoke the oft quoted words The Institute will be heard from today One year to the day after the funeral of Jackson the VMI Cadet Corps was engaged as a unit in pitched battle Called upon to bolster the Southern line against the advance of Union General Franz Sigel the Corps marched down the valley to New Market and in the battle fought there won credit for helping turn the tide in favor of the Confederate forces Ten cadets were killed and 47 wounded Six of the dead are buried on the VMI grounds The Corps of Cadets pays tribute to the courage and valor of the New Market Cadets in formal ceremonies held at the Institute yearly on May 15 The Institute was shelled and burned on June 12 1864 by Union forces under the command of General David Hunter The courageous efforts of General Smith and dedicated members of

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