Valor & Value: Veterans talk about their business traits

Brown attended The Citadel on an Army ROTC scholarship. He was an Army captain for six years and served in Special Forces as a Green Beret.

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They met at The Citadel. 35 years later, a Fort Mill teacher gave his ‘brother’ a kidney

As seen in the Rock Hill Herald, by Tobie Nell Perkins Rob Settin needed a kidney. A sacrifice by a Citadel classmate who Settin hadn’t spoken to in 35 years

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A Memorial Day message from the First United States Army, narrated by Citadel alumnus

Watch as First Army Commanding General, Lt. Gen. Thomas S. James Jr., Citadel Class of 1985, honors the memory of Cpl. Bryant J. Luxmore.

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Larry L. Melton, Jr., PMP, Named Vice Chair of Dewberry Board of Directors

Larry Melton Jr., a member of The Citadel Class of 1984, graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering.

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Charleston native transforming warehouse into new fitness site Ethos

The 34-year-old Citadel graduate is spending about three-quarters of a million dollars to renovate and outfit his own gym on Huger Street.

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With a Citadel graduate serving as navigator, Coast Guard tall ship ‘Eagle’ to be in Charleston with free port-side exhibits

Lt. Will Singletary, the navigator of the Coast Guard tall ship ‘Eagle,’ is a native of Charleston and a 2013 graduate of The Citadel.

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Army cadets learn leadership from one of The Citadel’s highest-ranking active duty officers

Maj. Gen. David Wilson, ’91, was — virtually — back on his old stomping grounds, teaching senior Army cadets about leadership.

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From the Corps to the Chapel: Meet Chaplain Aaron Meadows

The former cadet, and current Air Force reservist, will now serve his alma mater as the Chaplain to the Corps of Cadets.

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Citadel alum calls in Chick-fil-A manager to help a drive-thru Covid-19 vaccination clinic

When a drive-thru COVID vaccine clinic left people waiting for hours, the town mayor called in a professional for help: a Chick-fil-A manager.

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Gov. McMaster presents ‘Order of the Palmetto’ to North Charleston Principal Henry Darby, CGC ’07 and ’10

Through the Zucker Family School of Education, Darby earned a M.Ed. in Secondary School Education in 2007 and an Ed.S. degree in 2010.

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