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Dickinson is a four-star general in the U.S. Army and a 1985 alumnus of the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering.
In all, more than 150 cadets from the two universities took part in the weekend-long event, which provided training in marksmanship, land navigation and patrolling operations.
A group of Colorado State University Army ROTC cadets recently commemorated the 75,000 Allied service members forced to march 63 miles in the Philipines during World War II.
Debra Terry (B.S., ’80) was looking for an outlet from her pre-med studies. When she found the Air Force ROTC at CSU her life truly took off.
Casey Dunn barely graduated from high school, but joining the U.S. Army gave him the discipline to continue his education and earn a degree at CSU while on active duty. He's also a husband and the father to three young kids.
Air Force Col. Gregg S. Johnson has returned to his alma mater to lead AFROTC Detachment 90, a cadre of more than 150 cadets enrolled at CSU, the University of Northern Colorado, Aims Community College and Front Range Community College.
For Tom and Mary White, the help from the cadets as well as from family, friends and neighbors was tremendous.
Braun was one of a select few to participate in the Army ROTC Cadet Summer Training Leadership Symposium's Center of Influence, in which more than 200 universities compete for representatives.