Corps Review: Fall 2018

Alumni Spotlight

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      • The XOs

        The first female regimental executive officer and one of the most recent compare their experiences.


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      • Never Forgotten

        U.S. Navy Ensign Sarah Mitchell '17 is the first woman added to the names engraved on Virginia Tech’s Pylons.

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      • Cadets Visit Battlefields of the Great War

        This experience allowed cadets to see the reality of World War I in a way that was tangible, personal, and sobering. All came away more mature, more committed to their development as leaders, and prouder as Americans.

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      • History’s Lessons

        Donor support is critical to our ability to grow this experience that enables cadets to develop a more informed world view.


Our Columnists

Commandant's Column: We Stay Busy Year Round

Chairman's Column: Let's Reinvent Our Alumni Board

Recruiting Update: How Are We Doing with Recruiting?

Leader Development: Cadets Learn About a Special Marine

Giving: Fostering Philanthropy


Honor Guard

In Memory | Lest We Forget


The Big Picture

Cadets stand in formation on Worsham Field.
Corps ambassador Growley II (call sign “Tank”) sits next to regimental handler Sarafina Ramalho ’20 as regimental staff waits for the national anthem to begin before the Notre Dame game on Oct. 6.