The Citadel and service members: united by a flag

There are two new flags in the Veteran Student Success Center that highlight the college’s strong support and connection with the military.

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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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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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Governor McMaster awards Order of the Palmetto to two pillars of The Citadel

Two lifelong leaders who gave their time and talent to The Citadel are the newest recipients of South Carolina’s highest civilian honor.

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News 2 honors 2021 Remarkable Women of the Lowcountry, including Lt. Col. Pam Barton

21 years of service at The Citadel, 28 years in the military: Lt. Col. Pam Barton is a trailblazer and role model for women.

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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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Four finalists announced in search for new Commandant of Cadets

The Citadel Commandant of Cadets is responsible for the command, leadership development and oversight of the 2,300-member Corps of Cadets.

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Passing the torch

In 2016, AnaMalae Tia walked onto campus at the Citadel in South Carolina with her sights set on an Army commission in 2020.

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Take a walk in my boots at summer Army ROTC training

“Due to the pandemic, the traditional training had to be cancelled. But, as their song says, ‘The Army goes rolling along.'”

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