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Air Force ROTC Awards Junior Cadets

Eight Air Force ROTC cadets received prop and wings pins in a ceremony on August 28.


ROTC Pass in Review

The ROTC at the University of Mississippi held a Pass in Review ceremony on December 1st in honor of Chancellor Dan Jones. Video by Mary Stanton and Karen Tuttle. Produced by Mary Stanton.   [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RZ8KYwWrrWk[/youtube]  


Chancellor Jones to Oversee ROTC Pass in Review Ceremony Dec. 1

The University of Mississippi ROTC programs, including Army, Navy/Marines and Air Force, will conduct an inspection and Pass in Review ceremony Thursday (Dec. 1) on campus. The public event begins at 2 p.m. in the University Lyceum Circle. Maj. Gen. Robert Chesnut, a 1968 Ole Miss ROTC alumnus, is the keynote speaker.“A military Pass in […]


ROTC Runs in Remembrance of 9/11, Community Encouraged to Participate

Members of the Reserve Officer Training Corp from the United States Army, Navy, Marines and Air Force will participate in a three-mile run on Sept. 8 to honor the memories of those who lost their lives in the attacks on Sept. 11. Anyone can participate in the run, which is held every year. It begins […]


The University of Mississippi Celebrates Veteran’s Day

The University of Mississippi honored the 368 Ole Miss students receiving Veteran’s Administration benefits along with all of the country’s veterans during a Nov. 10 ceremony. Larry Ridgeway, vice chancellor for student affairs, said military students are important to the Ole Miss community. This fall the university became an active Yellow Ribbon school and has […]


UM ROTC graduates leave school without fear of job, with memories

Unlike most students, those in the Reserve Officer Training Corps at the University of Mississippi aren’t faced with uncertainty about their futures after graduation. “Once I graduate, I will have a four-year commitment to the Air Force,” Sara Stevens, one of UM’s graduating ROTC students, said. “I’m going to be an intelligence officer. I’ll start […]