The official FaceBook page of the Norfolk State University Alumni Assoc. Military Alumni Chapter
The Military Alumni Chapter was chartered on November 14, 1987, as part of the Norfolk State University Alumni Association (NSUAA), with twenty-two charter members. LTC Chauncey Crenshaw is credited as being the founder of the MAC. The charter members consisted of both active duty and reserve officers.
Rep. Underwood will make the priority a WW from her State but if you know someone interested hit me up!
One of our own!!
Each year, the Judge Advocates Association (JAA) recognizes outstanding contributions to the Armed Services by career attorneys serving as Judge Advocates. The Judge Advocate General of each branch of service, along with the Staff Judge Advocate to the Commandant of the Marine Corps, participate in the selection process. Nominees are those who have a demonstrated record of outstanding professional accomplishments, service to community, service to the legal profession, and development of subordinates.
This year's recipient of the Outstanding Career Judge Advocate for Reserve Component is Colonel (COL) Leonard "Lenny" Jones, Senior Legal Advisor, United States Army Reserves United States Central Command.
Congratulations on your achievement and thank you for your outstanding service!
Colonel Jones "Lenny" is a proud member of the Pure Gold Alumni Chapter (PGAC) as well as the Military Alumni Chapter (MAC) of the Norfolk State University Alumni Association.
Closing Tomorrow; Great Job Opportunity! Any questions, contact me directly.
Committee Digital Director — House Transportation & Infrastructure Committee Democrats seek a Digital Director for a fast-paced office. The Digital Director plays a key role on the Communications team and is responsible for creating the visual elements to accompany and promote the Committee’s priorities. Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Planning for and actively managing the T&I Dems’ social media platforms
Crafting social media guidance and helping develop messaging for Members of the Committee
Managing the Committee website and ensuring it showcases timely, impactful content
Developing branding and other graphic design materials for major pieces of legislation and general messaging purposes
Video filming and editing, photography
Preparing video scripts and talking points for Members of the Committee
Working with the House Recording Studio and Media Center to schedule and manage livestreams for Committee events
Collaborating with Member offices and outside groups on Committee initiatives
Creating posters and visual aids for floor speeches and press conferences
The ideal candidate will possess strong video editing, graphic design, and social media skills; experience with OBS; the ability to multitask and prioritize under pressure; be responsive outside normal working hours; use good judgment; and enjoy working on a team. Hill experience is a plus but not required. The Committee is committed to, and benefits from, a diverse staff, and candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Please send cover letter, resume, and social content/graphic design samples as one attachment to T&[email protected] by July 24, 2020 COB
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This GREAT video is about Virginia State and Norfolk State's relationship, mostly NSU since it shows how the College grew from 3 classrooms in the Hunton Y t...
My thoughts on the burden of serving in the military while Black.
Candid and open discussions that welcome different opinions can be an effective catalyst for change; it is no different for racial injustice.
Congratulations to Ensign Benin Allen on completing his degree and his selection as a Surface Warfare Officer! He's on his way to his first ship, USS SAN ANTONIO (LPD 17), stationed in Norfolk, VA! The NSU Military Alumni Chapter is proud of you.
This is an election year for the NSUAA Military Alumni Chapter!
IAW Article IV, Section 3 of our Constitution and Bylaws, "the President shall appoint a nomination committee who shall submit a slate of nominated officers at the Annual General Membership Meeting". This year that meeting is June 6, 2020.
A slate of nominated officers will be provided for your review, consideration and vote on May 9, 2020. Additional nominations may be made from the floor during the June 6, 2020 meeting. All nominees must have a one page Bio submitted to the Nominations Committee at [email protected] no later than April 18, 2020. Specific voting instructions will be provided in subsequent emails leading up to the June 6th meeting.
Please note: All elected positions are currently open for nomination. Those positions include: President, Vice President, Recording Secretary, Corresponding Secretary, Treasurer, Financial Secretary, Chaplain, and Parliamentarian. Attached is a copy of the current duty requirements of the Elective Officer positions.
If you have not previously served in a MAC elected position, now is your opportunity. We also want to dispel any thought you might have that you must live in the National Capital Region (NCR) to be President or hold any elected officer position. While it might be ideal, it is not essential. The geographical location of our membership works against us in this matter. With 150+ members on our roster, surely there are members in the chapter ready to assume elected leadership roles.
Since our original chartering in 1987, the MAC continues to be among the top supporters of NSU. Perhaps some members think we have run our course and are no longer relevant. I can assure you that it is not the opinion of the NSU community. MAC members must now answer the question of our continues relevancy to Norfolk State University.
On behalf of the Nomination Committee, our personal thanks to each of you in advance for your assistance and participation in this important matter.
James Harris, Jr.
MAC Nomination Chair
You’re cordially invited to join the Norfolk State University Army ROTC Battalion, for our annual Military Ball on
March 21st, 2020 at 1800 (6:00PM)
The Kroc Center Hampton Roads
1401 Ballentine Boulevard, Norfolk, VA 23504
ALL Cadets | $15
Faculty/Alumni/MAC | $30
Purchase ticket on line at:
Ticket will remain on Sale until March 13th, 2020
Donations can be made to:
(Select designated gifts and type Army ROTC)
NSU Army ROTC Foundation
Norfolk State University
ATTN: Army ROTC
700 Park Ave, H.B. Wilson Hall, Ste 410
Norfolk, Virginia 23504-3990
If you have any questions contact Mr. Clarence McKaine at:
[email protected] or 757-823-8541
Norfolk State University ARMY ROTC Spartan Battalion’s annual Military Ball.
Indicated below you will find two upcoming events to be held on NSU campus. Flyers for both events are attached for more details.
1. Town Hall Meeting with U.S. Senator Mark Warner
Date: February 20, 2020
Place: Student Center, Room 149
Time: 1:30 - 3pm
2. WNSB FM 91.1 40th Anniversary Honors Gala
Date: February 22, 2020
Place: Student Center
Business Attire suggested.
Ticket information - www.nsuspartanstickets.com
Activities for the NSU Alumni Day scheduled for Saturday, February 29, 2020.
(1) NSU Alumni Day Luncheon
Place: NSU Student Center, Room 138
Cost: Free for all NSUAA members/$15 for non-NSUAA members. You must RSVP to attend luncheon NLT Wednesday, February 26, 2020 at https://alumnirelations.nsu.edu/alumniday20 or call (757)823-8135
(2) Spartan Basketball Fan Fest
Place: Joseph G. Echols Hall
Cost: must have a game ticket to attend
(3) NSU vs Howard Basketball Game
Place: Joseph G. Echols Hall
Time: 4pm Women's Game/6:30pm Men's Game
Cost: $20 Reserved seat/$15 General Admission
See attached flyer for more details.
Page displaying Alumni Day registration form.
Attached you will find information on job fairs to be held in the Washington, DC metropolitan area.
1. Diversity Career Fair for Teachers, Administrators and Coaches
Date: February 29, 2020
Hosted by: Georgetown Day School
2. 29th Annual National Capital Region Job Fair
Date: March 9, 2020
Where: 7054 Haycock Road, Falls Church, VA
Hosted by: Virginia Tech
On Saturday, January 25th, Alfred Street Baptist Church will be hosting their 18th Annual HBCU College Festival at the Ga***rd Conference Center. As in previous years, Local DMV NSUAA chapters have been asked to man the NSU table to talk to perspective students. This year is no different!
There is a major change from pervious festivals. This year, colleges/universities tables will only be allotted six badges for individuals to man their respective tables. So for NSU, attached you will find the time slots needing volunteers. Some of the earlier slots have already been assigned to either members of the NSUAA Washington Dc or Greater Northern Virginia chapters. There are still slots available for MAC members to volunteers. So if you are available and would like to volunteer, please contact Tony Harrison (President, Greater Northern Virginia chapter) at [email protected] of your preferred time slot.
Also MAC VP, Ron Cuffee participated in a conference call on Tuesday evening regarding the logistics for this event. Indicated below you will find his notes. I have also attached the logistics guidance from Alfred Street Baptist Church for recruiters and alumni volunteers.
Alfred Street Baptist Church is expecting roughly 10,000 individuals to attend the event. NSU will have from 8am to 3pm to man their booth. Due to booth size, only five individuals will be allowed in the booth area (four will man booth with the fifth directing traffic to the booth).
Volunteer time slots are set of one hour at a time. Volunteers can serve multiple time slots if they wish.
Since NSU table will be issued six lanyards, individuals arriving after the start of the festival must contact either Tony Harrison at (703)200-2092 or Jerome at (301)467-4792 to gain access into the area.
Ga***rd parking is not free. Alfred Street Baptist Church has arrange a reduced rate of $10 with the garage closest to the Conference Center. They are encouraging all to park at one of two off-site parking lots which are being provided at no cost. There will be an HBCU Festival Shuttle to transport you on a short ride to the Ga***rd beginning at 7:15am. The two lots are Rosecroft Racetrack located at 6336 Rosecroft Drive, Fort Washington, MD 20744 OR Oxon Hill Commuter Parking Lot located at 6700 Oxon Hill Road, Oxon Hill, MD 20745.
Food - Restaurants are located in the basement of the Ga***rd.
Looking to having students to fill out applications on site. There will be raw NSU materials versus packets to give away.
🎺! MAC Members 🎺!
Indicated below are upcoming NSU, NSUAA, and other activities.
25 - Alfred Street Baptist Church HBCU Festival at Ga***rd Conference Center
27 - NSU and FAMU Men's Basketball Game Watch Party at Brew Republic Bierwerks in Woodbridge, VA at 7pm.
1 - MAC Meeting at 9am
21 - HBCU Night at the Wizards (Game is Wizards vs Mavericks). Spartan Legion Band will perform at halftime
29 - NSU Alumni Day (Womem's and Men's Basketball game against Howard) (More details to follow)
7 - MAC Meeting at 9am
9 - 14 - MEAC Tournament at Norfolk Scope
14 - NSUAA Board of Directors Meeting (NOTE: Will need a member to represent MAC)
21 - NSU ROTC Ball (location TBD)
There are over 30K folks on LinkedIn and Facebook groups who claim an allegiance to NSU, yet just ONE % +\- gave!
If everyone gave $10.00 we’d have $300K...I refuse to believe folk couldn’t part with $10.00!
Somehow we’ve got to change the Culture of folk not investing in an place they profess to care so much about.
Let’s Go MAC! My donation is in already!
As the holidays are upon us, NSU and MAC need your support.
You as a member can support by making a donation to NSU Foundation, Inc. and designating your donation to one of the accounts indicated below. Your donation will support the chapter in providing much needed scholarships to NSU ROTC cadets and midshipmen as well as other financial needs the ROTC Departments may have. More importantly, you can make a donation during NSU's upcoming Giving Tuesday campaign scheduled for December 3rd (one week from today).
#340430 - COL Chauncey Crenshaw endowed account (Used for scholarships only. Also this is the chapter's only endowed account meaning funds can only be used once during the academic year based on interest earned.)
#304640 - LTC Bobby Stewart Room and Board account (Used for scholarship only).
#304610 - MAC Scholarship/ROTC Support (This account handles all funding requests received from either Spartan Battalion or Bravo Company plus much needed scholarships).
NSU Foundation accepts donations in one of these methods:
By check - make payable to "NSU Foundation, Inc" and mail to NSU Foundation, Inc., 700 Park Avenue, Suite 410, Norfolk, VA 23504. Make sure you indicate you are designating your donation to one of the above MAC accounts.
Online - at www.nsu.edu/givenow - Complete the boxes on the screen. To designate your gift, select 'Designated Gifts" and add where you would like your gift designated.
Remember no amount is too small. So please consider supporting the chapter and NSU by making a donation on Tuesday, December 3rd and designating it towards one of the above accounts.
Giving to Norfolk State sustains and enhances the University’s distinctive academic programs. As important as these funds are, the biggest reward is the personal satisfaction from making an investment in human potential. Many of the university’s finest accomplishments have been made possible b...
There will be a reception in the Washington, DC metropolitan area for you to meet the NSU's Seventh President, Javaune Adams-Gaston, Ph.D. You will be able to enjoy great
hors d'oeuvres and the opportunity to learn about NSU's future. This event is free and business attire is preferred.
Date and Time: Thursday, October 24, 2019 at 7pm
Location: Rayburn House Office Building
Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, Room 2167
50 Independence Avenue, SW
Washington, DC 20515
NOTE: The Rayburn House Office Building is located on Independence Avenue between First Street, SW and South Capitol Street in Washington, DC. The event will take place in Room 2167 on the second floor. There is minimal public parking available near Capitol Hill so traveling by car is discouraged. The Rayburn Building is accessible by the MettroRail, taking the Blue, Orange, or Silver lines and exiting at the Capitol South Station. When exiting the metro station, turn left on First Street, then take a left at the corner onto C Street. The Rayburn Building is the third office building on your right.
Please confirm your attendance by Friday, October 18, 2019 to the Office of Alumni Relations & Alumni Givings at (757)823-8135 or online at https://alumnirelations.nsu.edu/meetDr.Jdc.
So if you are planning to be in the Washington DC metropolitan area on Thursday, October 24th, please consider attending the reception to meet Dr. Javaune Adams-Gaston.
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Calling all former NSU AROTC and NROTC students!
Annual Homecoming ROTC Mentoring Session is scheduled for Friday, November 1, 2019 at 11:30am - 1:30pm in the Nursing General Education Building, Room 205.
Topics both ROTC programs would like covered are:
SHARP - Treating people with dignity and respect
Teamwork/Networking and importance of building relationship
Importance of physical fitness and discipline in the workplace, first impressions
What is expect out of the Army/Navy and what it can provide
Helping Freshmen and Sophomores understand that having a positive attitude really makes a career better in such a challenging environment.
Attire for the session is business casual.
So if you are planning to be in the Norfolk on Friday November 1st, please come out and share your personal experiences, do's and don'ts, and words of encouragement with our future Army and Navy officers. Don't forget to bring your business cards to share.
Our 2019 Homecoming Tailgate link has been activated on the Club Express Homepage. Please visit our website at www.nsuaamac.clubexpress.com. The "Donations" option is located on the left side of the homepage. The amount is set for $25 as a suggested donation.
The POCs and Co-Chairs for the 2019 MAC Tailgate are Alonzo Wannamaker at (301)379-6211 and Dewayne Wilcher at (240)882-8785.
Come out and enjoy Homecoming and support the Spartans.
MAC Treasurer/2019 Tailgate Chairman
Once Again The MAC provides the type of Mentorship Few Alumni Organizations can provide!
Our Midship had an amazing tour of the Nation’s Capitol, The House Gallery, and an excellent dialog with the staff of the Naval House Liaision Staff!
We’ve not had a Spartan serve as a Naval Liaision, YET!
Desmond Walker, Thanks AGAIN for leading the Way!
More pictures to follow!
Once Again “The MAC has The Spartan BN’s Back!
Our Warriors took home 2nd Place Hardware!
MAC President Rhonda Allen gave our Cadets words of encouragement!
It is that time of year leading up to NSU Homecoming 2019!
Per a memo received from the NSUAA Homecoming Committee, our support is requested for Homecoming 2019. The annual homecoming celebration is planned for October 31, 2019 to November 3, 2019, with the Doubletree by Hilton Norfolk Airport serving as the official host hotel. Please see the attached flyers for more details on hotel and official NSUAA sponsored Homecoming events.
As will all NSUAA Chapters, we are asked to provide the following support:
A. Purchase a full page ad in the Annual Homecoming Souvenir Book ………….Working
B. Become a hole sponsor at the NSUAA Alumni Classic Golf Tournament...…...Working
C. Sell 10 tickets to the Friday, November 1st "NSUAA Late Night Happy Hour" - $15 each
D. Sell 10 tickets to the Saturday, November 2nd "NSUAA All-Black Party" - $35 each
As noted above, items A and B are currently being worked on. We need to complete C and D. All Homecoming proceeds support our alma mater, so we need your support, as soon as possible. Please let me know the number of tickets you need for the two events. The following payment methods are available:
A. Make your payment online to the MAC's PayPal account. The email address is: [email protected]. Please provide a note in your payment detailing the event and number of tickets purchased and the total amount. NOTE: If you use your PayPal balance or bank account, there is no charge.
B. Mail check payable to the "Military Alumni Chapter" to: Ms. Rhonda Allen, 13601 Beckingham Drive, Herndon, VA 20171 detailing the event and number of tickets purchased and the total amount.
In both cases, your tickets will be mailed to you unless other arrangements are made with me. Please confirm your mailing address when using PayPal.
All MAC ticket sales will be tracked for accountability. With a membership in excess of 130, it should not take long to sell 20 tickets in this chapter. The intent is to pay NSUAA the full amount for 20 tickets no later than October 6th.
From James Harris:
NSU 84 Hours of Giving - MAC Support Challenge (Part 1):
WHO: Members and friends of the Norfolk State University Alumni Association Military Alumni Chapter
WHAT: A challenge in support of the NSU ROTC Scholarship fund as part of the MAC Annual Fundraising
WHEN: Support to count NSU 84 Hours of Giving States Alumni Challenge, donate September 17, 2018 at noon through September 20, 2018 until 11:59 p.m.
WHY: To commemorate and celebrate the 84th year of Norfolk States' existence.
HOW: You are challenged to donate at least $50 - $1,000+ with our goal of $30 - 50,000 for the MAC by December 31, 2019. We are seeking 200+ donors with a focus on the NSU 84 Hours of Giving (September 7-14, 2019?) and Giving Tuesday (December 3, 2019) in support of NSUs giving Strategy. Please make your donation online to the NSU Foundation, Inc. at https://alumnirelations.nsu.edu/donation-designated-gifts and designate the donation to the Scholarship/ROTC Support account ( #304610) or make your check payable to "NSU Foundation, Inc." All donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent of IRS regulations. So, let's help NSU students and faculty by donating!
If you would like to make a gift to an endowment and/or have an affinity to an academic school or college, organization, program, special initiative, please type your desired fund in the box that says Designated Gift below. Use the comment field to notate any other pertinent details.
DMV! Come support a local alum!
Be on the lookout for the next issue of Behold Magazine! Do you recognize any alumni?!
Hampton Roads NROTC held their pass-in-reivew and Midshipmen Oath of Commissioning this past Saturday! Here are some pictures. Courtesy of LCDR Renee Hentz, NSU ROTC, Class of 2006! Thanks for representing the MAC at this event!
NAVCO is offering another opportunity to create and share short, recorded shout-outs (15-20 seconds) with a Navy key message for ALL Sailors. These are a HUGE HIT with American radio affiliates.
We request and need your assistance by encouraging your Sailors to call 1-855-OUR-NAVY and record their shout-outs as per below. Participating Sailors can call from any available phone and NAVCO thoroughly screens each call before sharing with media so there is no need to monitor each one as they happen.
A few best practices to encourage participation: (1) Highlight in POD or POW; (2) Add a slide on SITE TV; (3) All-hands email; (4) Allow Sailors to use PAO outside line during specific periods of time & (5) 1 MC announcements.
Directions are below:
1. Call our toll-free number: 1-855-OUR-NAVY (1-855-687-6289) before August, 26, 2019 at 8:00 am EST.
2. Have the below script ready and follow the recorded voice directions after calling. There is a more detailed script attached as well.
3. Wait for 3-5 second pause after voice directions and record message after beep.
*** (PLEASE DELIVER WITH ENTHUSIASM, SPEAK AUDIBLY AND CLEARLY) ***
HI, I'M NAVY PETTY OFFICER JOHN SMITH FROM MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE AND CURRENTLY SERVING ABOARD THE AIRCRAFT CARRIER, USS RONALD REAGAN.
WE ARE FORWARD DEPLOYED TO THE WESTERN PACIFIC PROVIDING THE NAVY THE NATION NEEDS.
I WANT TO WISH THE MEMPHIS TIGERS GOOD LUCK THIS SEASON. GO BIG BLUE!
*** Sailors should tailor it to their command, AOR, hometown and team they are recognizing ***
4. Hang-up and the audio file will automatically be sent to NAVCO's email.
Once received, NAVCO will thoroughly screen for useable files and share the audio file with a full range of radio media outlets in their hometown. If the shout out is picked up by a radio station, we will send all details back to the command PAO.
Please make sure to speak AUDIBLY and CLEARLY. If we cannot understand the name, hometown or command the shout-out will be unusable.
Ms. Kayla Turnbow
Navy Office of Community Outreach
Hometown Media Liaison
Media Outreach Department
On behalf of the Hampton Roads Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps Unit, you are cordially invited to attend the Pass-In-Review, Midshipman Oath, and Change of Command Ceremony.
The ceremony will take place Sunday 25 August, 2019 at 12:30 pm, Powhatan Field, 4299 Powhatan Ave, Norfolk, VA. Gate will open at 12:00 pm.
In case of inclement weather, the ceremony will be held in Mills Godwin Life Science Building on 43th St., Norfolk, VA.
After the ceremony there will be cake and refreshments.
From Mr. Donald Nash, Old Dominion University.
On behalf of Michelle Hill, Director, NSU Office of Alumni Relations and Annual Giving:
The Office of Alumni Relations and Annual Giving has collaborated with the NSU Preschool Academy, formally Child Development Lab, to assist with securing necessary school/program supplies. We are asking our chapters and/or its chapter members to support our partnership by donating the following new items by July 8, 2019:
Boys & Girls Clothing (Sizes: 3T/4T, 4 & 5)
Boys & Girls Socks (Toddler sizes)
Multicultural Baby Dolls (Not Barbies)
Clorox Disinfectant Wipes
Ziploc bags (Gallon size)
Ziploc bags (Quart size)
Ziploc bags (Sandwich size)
NSU Preschool Academy is affiliated with the School of Education. It is a full and part time early childhood and care program for children ages 2 1/2 through 4 1/2 years old, in operation since 1979.
Individuals and chapters can send their donations directly to the Melvin and Patricia Stith Alumni House, located at 2426 Corprew Avenue, Norfolk, VA 23504.
Executive Director, Alumni Relations & Annual Giving
(End of Message)
The NSUAA Military Alumni Chapter has received 100 complimentary tickets for the Washington Nationals and Philadelphia Phillies baseball game on Monday, June 17, 2019 at 7:05pm. The goal of these tickets is for members to socialize with local JROTC Cadets whom may have an interest in pursuing ROTC at Norfolk State University
Please contact Dewayne Wilcher directly at either (240)882-8785 or [email protected] if you are interested in attending the game and number of tickets requested.
Deputy Chief, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
request the pleasure of your company
at the Retirement Ceremony
Captain Veronica Armstrong, United States Navy
on Friday, the twenty-eight of June
at eleven o'clock
Women in Military Service for America Memorial
POC: CAPT Timothy Wilks (571)214-8024
No University has had greater Champions!
Dr.’s Melvin T. and Patricia Stith, we are eternally indebted to you for your tireless work and financial blessing!
On behalf of the Professor of Military Science, Faculty, and Cadets of the
Norfolk State University Army ROTC Program
you are cordially invited to attend our
Spring Commissioning Ceremony for
Cadet Timothy Beaudoin
Cadet Shaina Campos
Cadet Kayla Culbreath
Cadet Jamal McCoy
Cadet Julien Niyogushisma
Cadet Jasmine Perpignan
Cadet Anita Satterthwaite
Cadet Romello Taylor
Cadet Torrence Womack
Guest Speaker: LTG Darrell K. Williams (Director, Defense Logistics Agency)
Friday, May 3, 2019 at 2:00pm
Main Theater, G.W.C. Brown Memorial Hall
Norfolk State University
700 Park Avenue
Norfolk, VA 23504
RSVP by April 26, 2019 to Mr. Clarence McKaine at (757)823-8541 or via email at [email protected]
Please see attached invitation for more details.
This is a short-fused task.
MAC has an opportunity to support the above subject by purchasing a table (or two). The event is scheduled for Saturday, April 27, 2019 and will be held on campus. The cost to attend is $150 per person.
In past NSU events, MAC has always shown our support by members purchasing seats to support MAC having a table or two. Let's continue this same practice and support this event.
If you are planning to attend the NSU Green and Gold Ball and would like to sit at the MAC table, please let me know NLT Monday, April 1, 2019. Please email your response to [email protected] Once I receive a headcount of those planning to attend, I will provide the steps necessary in purchasing your seat.
Reply only if you are planning to attend the Green and Gold Ball.
120 minutes of time well spent! The Military Alumni Chapter conducted another productive meeting!
Honored to be in the room and at the table!
"Lifting As We Climb"
Should you ever wonder why I'm active and financial in Norfolk State University's Military Alumni Chapter (MAC) it's because of moments like these!
We had 4 Army LT's commissioned two Friday's ago, 9 Naval Officers and 1 Marine.
Each Officer was given an Officer Guide as a Graduation/Commissioning gift from the MAC.
The MAC also gave out $21,000.00 in scholarships in Nov alone and $7K on The Tuesday Annual Day of giving.
I'm committed to upping my game in 2017!
Congrats to Army LT's Brittany Belcher, Ian Doug, Dominique Johnson and Tory Jamael Barner!
Marine Corp LT Terrance Hayes, 9 Ensigns, and Loyd Banks, Officer Grad and soon to be Ensign, US Coast Guard!
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