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We hope to have some photos to share with you shortly, in the meantime, you can look at other photos of the innovation, creativity and action that make up College of Arts & Sciences.
UK A&S students and members of the UK Army ROTC participated in a 26-mile ruck march that took place in the mountains of Tennessee, hosted by the University of Tennessee Army ROTC. The march was created to honor one of UT’s alumni, 1LT Frank Walkup who was killed in Iraq when an improvised explosive device detonated near his position. The 2005...
Two Black Hawk 2H60s landed on UK Administration Lawn to transport the Army ROTC Cadets to their Spring 2011 Field Training Exercises (FTX) in Artemis, Kentucky. Cadets demonstrated various skills, such as land navigation, squad tactics, and patrolling. What an adventure! Photos by LTC Brad Harrington
After placing third in the ROTC division the year before, the Wildcat Battalion brought home a large, bronze first-place eagle trophy in 2010! The Cadets began training months in advance, to secure the title. The team consisted of seven young men with only three new members added since the prior year. While in Washington DC, they went to dinner...
The United States Army Cadet Command and US Army Recruiting Command sponsored Big Blue Madness with “Strength” t-shirts, an Army ROTC commercial, and raffle prizes. The Cadets helped lead fans toward the recruitment tables and provide security. Once everyone was in Rupp Arena, the Battalion had the privilege to watch Big Blue Madness on the floor...
The ROTC programs and UK Athletics partnered to recognize service men and women and veterans. The Army and Air Force Cadets had the privilege of running onto the field with the UK Football team before the game. They also unfurled a field-sized American flag on the football field. The US Army Parachute team, the Golden Knights jumped into...
The Army and Air Force ROTC programs held a Joint Military Ball on April 8 at The Hilton, downtown Lexington. General Jack I. Gregory, USAF, Retired was the guest speaker. His lovely wife, Mrs. Jane Gregory accompanied him. We also had a large presence from the Arts and Sciences Dean’s office at the Ball and well over 300 in attendance. Eighteen...

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