ROTC Scholarships and Awards

NEW JROTC SENIOR AEROSPACE SCIENCE INSTRUCTOR AT TSHS

NEW JROTC SENIOR AEROSPACE SCIENCE INSTRUCTOR AT TSHS

We welcome Captain (Ret) Timothy K. Peedin, US Air Force, as the new Senior Aerospace Science Instructor at Terry Sanford High School in Fayetteville effective the 2016-2017 school year. He lives in Sanford with his wife Melanie; they have two daughters, Kayla and Shaianne. Captain Peedin joined the chapter and he looks forward to the association. We wish him the best of success in his new job.

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NEW COMMANDER AND PAS AT FAYETTEVILLE STATE UNIVERSITY

NEW COMMANDER AND PAS AT FAYETTEVILLE STATE UNIVERSITY

The Cape Fear Chapter, MOAA welcomes Lt Col Jay D. Miller, USAF, as the new Commander of the AFROTC Detachment 607th. Lt Col Miller will also serve as the Professor of Aerospace Studies at Fayetteville State University. He replaces Lt Col Heber “Bull” Toro who was reassigned.

Lt Col Miller’s most recent assignment was as the 512th Airlift Control Flight Commander, Dover Air Force Base, Delaware. He with his wife and their four children will reside in Fayetteville.

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NEW BATTALION COMMANDER AND PMS AT CAMPBELL UNIVERSITY

NEW BATTALION COMMANDER AND PMS AT CAMPBELL UNIVERSITY

The Cape Fear Chapter, MOAA welcomes LTC Eric N. Durrant, as the new Commander of the Campbell Battalion, 4th Brigade, US Army Cadet Command. LTC Durrant will also serve as the Army Professor of Military Science at Campbell University. He replaces LTC Brian Scott who was reassigned as Executive Officer, 4th Brigade, US Army Cadet Command at Fort Bragg.

LTC Durrant’s most recent assignment was as S3, 18th Field Artillery Brigade at Fort Bragg. He resides with his wife and their four children in Carolina Lakes.

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ROTC SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS

School Year 2015-2016

The second annual Meinhardt Scholarship was presented to Cadet Joshua L. Freeman, Army ROTC, Methodist University. The Meinhardt Scholarship is the Chapter’s top ROTC scholarship worth $1,500. The memorial scholarship is named in honor of the late COL (Ret) and Mrs. Harry P. Meinhardt.

$1,000 scholarships were awarded to the following ROTC Cadets:

Cadet Joey Musiol, Army ROTC, University of Georgia

Cadet Rebecca M. Mattias, Army ROTC, Methodist University

Cadet Zariana R. Mobley, Air Force ROTC, Fayetteville State University

Cadet Ivy S. Pope, Air Force ROTC, Fayetteville State University

Cadet St. Joseph V. Hall, Army ROTC, University of North Carolina Pembroke

Cadet Austin G. Jenkins, Army ROTC, University of North Carolina Pembroke

Cadet Patrick E. Woods, Army ROTC, University of North Carolina Pembroke

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JROTC SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS

School Year 2015-2016

Cadet Aliyah Jordan, Air Force JROTC, a senior at Terry Sanford High School, Fayetteville was the recipient of the inaugural Bill Dadek Memorial Scholarship. The Dadek Scholarship is the Chapter’s top JROTC scholarship worth $1,500. It was presented by Maureen Dadek on behalf of the Cape Fear Chapter, MOAA. Cadet Jordan will continue her studies at UNC Chapel Hill.

$1,000 Scholarships were presented to the following JROTC cadets:

Cadet Christian Cortazar, Army JROTC, South View High School, Fayetteville

Cadet Patricia Valdes-Gonzalez, Army JROTC, Union High School, Rose Hill

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SENIOR ROTC LEADERSHIP AWARDS

School Year 2015-2016

The Cape Fear Chapter had the privilege of presenting MOAA leadership awards to the following senior ROTC cadets in recognition of finishing at the top of their class in demonstrated leadership skills during the school year 2015-2016. Awards consisted of the MOAA medal and certificate, plus a $100 stipend courtesy of the Cape Fear Chapter.

Cadet De' Vonte Lee, Air Force ROTC, Fayetteville State University

Cadet Magda Matthews, Army ROTC, Fayetteville State University

Cadet Kaylee O'Connell, Army ROTC, Campbell University

Cadet Amanda Pulliam, Army ROTC, Methodist University

Cadet Patrick Woods, Army ROTC, University of North Carolina Pembroke

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HIGH SCHOOL JROTC LEADERSHIP AWARDS

School Year 2015-2016

The Cape Fear Chapter presented the MOAA Medal and Certificate to recognize JROTC cadets who demonstrated exceptional potential for military leadership; awards were presented on dates indicated. Congratulations to the following MOAA award recipients:

Cadet Christian L. Cortazar, South View High School Army JROTC; March 11th.

Cadet Charles Starling, Clinton High School Army JROTC; March 11th.

Cadet Hunter Lanterman, St. Pauls High School Army JROTC; March 19th.

Cadet Keala Harris, Jack Britt High School Army JROTC; April 15th.

Cadet Patricia Valdes-Gonzalez, Union High School Army JROTC; April 16th.

Cadet Chevin Rivera, Pine Forest High School Air Force JROTC; April 23rd.

Cadet Cason W. Goldsmith, East Bladen High School Army JROTC; April 29th.

Cadet Taleyah Holden, Triton High School Army JROTC; April 30th.

Cadet Branden Elicker, Grays Creek High School Navy JROTC; May 3rd.

Cadet Jared Bolin, Cape Fear High School Navy JROTC; May 6th.

Cadet Rosa Alejandro, Lumberton Senior High School Army JROTC; May 10th.

Cadet Isamar Galdon, Seventy First High School Air Force JROTC; May 12th.

Cadet Aliyah Jordan, Terry Sanford High School Air Force JROTC; May 13th.

Cadet Mekiya Robles, Westover High School Army JROTC; May 13th.

Cadet Francis Calles, Western Harnett High School Army JROTC; May 13th.

Cadet William McCormick, Harnett Central High School Army JROTC; May 13th.

Cadet Matthew Wuester, Lake Wood High School Army JROTC; May 13th.

Cadet Logan Dubin, Hoke High School Army JROTC; May 14th.

Cadet Carla McCord, Overhills High School Army JROTC; May 17th.

Cadet Tate Sykes, West Bladen High School Army JROTC; May 17th.

Cadet Chedsada Choommai, Fairmont High School Army JROTC; May 17th.

Cadet Daniel Strickland, South Robeson High School Army JROTC; May 18th.

Cadet Jaden Anthony, E.E. Smith High School Air Force JROTC; May 20th.

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CAPE FEAR HIGH SCHOOL NJROTC DRILL TEAM DOES GOOD

CAPE FEAR HIGH SCHOOL NJROTC DRILL TEAM DOES GOOD 2016 NJROTC Nationals Drill Championship
CAPE FEAR HIGH SCHOOL NJROTC DRILL TEAM DOES GOOD

2016 NJROTC Nationals Drill Championship

The Cape Fear High School Navy Junior ROTC drill team finished in 15th place overall at the 2016 Navy Junior ROTC Nationals Drill Championships held at Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Florida on 1-2 April 2016. The team was competing among the top 25 schools in the nation having qualified for nationals at a regional meet in Chapin, SC. CFHS was the only school in North Carolina invited to compete at the national championship.

The 25 teams were graded in the following categories: inspection, academic test, physical fitness tests, color guard, armed and unarmed exhibition, and armed and unarmed regulation. The NJROTC Nationals remain the most comprehensive test of overall JROTC training and performance in existence today according to the Navy Nationals website.

The NJROTC instructional team at CFHS consists of CAPT (Ret) Andrew Karakos, USN; and, SgtMaj (Ret) Leon Thornton, USMC both in the team group photo above.

The Cape Fear Chapter supported the team with a $1,000 assistance grant to help defray its transportation and lodging expenses. Photo at bottom right shows Chapter President Juan Chavez and 3rd Vice President Marty Williams presenting the check to Cadet Commander Haylee D. Neal and Cadet Lieutenant Commander Laura Sandoval.

A thank you letter from Captain Karakos is at download below.

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CONGRATULATIONS TO FORMER CAPE FEAR HS NJROTC GRADUATE


CONGRATULATIONS TO FORMER CAPE FEAR HS NJROTC GRADUATE Kerstie Sabo

Kerstie Sabo

Former Cape Fear HS NJROTC graduate Kerstie Sabo, now a plebe at the US Naval Academy was recently selected as a member of the US Naval Academy Color Guard. Midshipman Sabo is a past recipient of the MOAA Medal presented by the CFC, and a CFC-sponsored attendee at the Spirit of America Leadership Conference, Freedoms Foundation, Valley Forge , PA. Photo at right shows Kerstie accepting the US Naval Academy Color Guard distinctive insignia at her patch ceremony at the US Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md.

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Senior ROTC Leadership Award

Senior ROTC Leadership Award December 9, 2015

December 9, 2015

Cadet Miguel Castro, Fayetteville State University Air Force ROTC accepts a Leadership Award along with a $100.00 check presented by Bill Dadek and Marty Williams of the Cape Fear Chapter. Attending the presentation was Lt Col Toro, the Professor of Aerospace Science for the Air Force ROTC at FSU.

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Campbell University ROTC Battalion Awards Ceremony

Campbell University ROTC Battalion Awards Ceremony September 27, 2015
Campbell University ROTC Battalion Awards Ceremony

September 27, 2015

The Campbell University ROTC Battalion held an awards ceremony on Fort Bragg Pike Field. It marked the completion of weekend field training for the cadets from the four universities that form the Campbell University ROTC Battalion.

LTC Brian C. Scott, the Campbell University ROTC Battalion Commander, his staff and the cadets organized and conducted the awards ceremony. The occasion presented an opportunity to acknowledge the achievements of the cadets during their annual and summer training and to present awards from various organizations.

Chapter President Juan Chavez and 3rd Vice President Bill Dadek presented scholarships and leadership awards to the following cadets:

$1,000 Scholarships

Methodist University- Cadet Rebecca M. Burnett

Fayetteville State University- Cadet Andres S. Gutierrez

Campbell University- Cadet Jonathan C. Price

$100 Leadership Awards

Campbell University- Cadet Clotide Druhen

Methodist University- Cadet Matthew Lohff

Fayetteville State University- Cadet Bryan Leach

University North Carolina Pembroke- Cadet Kiana M. Perez Jimenez

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ROTC Scholarships Awards Luncheon


ROTC Scholarships Awards Luncheon July 30, 2015
ROTC Scholarships Awards Luncheon

July 30, 2015

The awards luncheon was held in The Mash House Restaurant and Brewery, Fayetteville, NC. All scholarship recipients and their parents, other family members, and/or ROTC instructors attended the event.

Presentations included 11 $1,000 scholarships to JROTC cadets from area high schools as follows:

Cadet Victoria A. Stanton, Navy JROTC Cape Fear High School

Cadet Victoria A. Burleson, Navy JROTC Cape Fear High School

Cadet Jan-Philipp Schneider, Army JROTC Fairmont High School

Cadet Aaron L. Carter, Army JROTC Fairmont High School

Cadet Weston D. Hayes, Army JROTC Harnett Central High School

Cadet QyDarrius Z. McEachern, Army JROTC Lumberton Senior High School

Cadet Johnathan H. Singh, Army JROTC South Robeson High School

Cadet William D. Gothard, Air Force JROTC Terry Sanford High School

Cadet Jorge A. Padilla, Air Force JROTC Terry Sanford High School

Cadet Emily I. Jasienowski, Air Force JROTC Terry Sanford High School

Cadet Kenneth Santana, Army JROTC Union High School

Additionally, the 2015 Meinhardt Scholarship worth $1,500 was presented to Army SROTC Cadet Tyler Elrod of UNC Chapel Hill.

Taking part in the presentation of scholarships to the JROTC cadets included: Bill Dadek, Chairman of the ROTC Scholarship Committee; Juan Chavez, Chapter President; and, Mrs. Magda Baggett, former Assistant Dean of Students for Special Programs at Methodist University, and keynote speaker for the event.

Presentation of the 2015 Meinhardt Scholarship was made by Harry and Mary Meinhardt. Representing their seven siblings were: Carl Meinhardt, Lise Meinhardt, and Trina Tiffany.

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Fayetteville State University US Air Force Commissioning


May 8, 2015

Air Force Detachment 607 at Fayetteville State University held its spring 2015 commissioning ceremony on 8 May in the Student Center. Professor of Aerospace Studies and Detachment Commander, Lt Col Allen Gradnigo, US Air Force was the host for the event.

The following three cadets were commissioned as second lieutenants in the US Air Force: Kathiusca Leon, Joshua Nance, and Kyndreshia Stroman.

3rd Vice President Bill Dadek presented each of the new officers with a set of gold bars, a free one year membership in MOAA, and a pocket copy of the U.S. Constitution.

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Fayetteville State University US Army Commissioning

May 8, 2015

The Army ROTC unit at Fayetteville State University held its Spring 2015 Commissioning Ceremony on 8 May. The event was held in Seabrook Auditorium. CPT Rufino Farias, Jr. the Assistant Professor of Military Science acted as the host for the ceremony. LTC Scott the Campbell Battalion Commander and his Executive Officer CPT Summers also took part in the ceremony.

The guest speaker was BG Mitchell I. Kilgo, Deputy Chief of Staff, G-6 and Chief Information Officer, U.S. FORSCOM. The ceremony was well attended by family and friends of the new lieutenants.

The following eleven cadets were commissioned as second lieutenants in the US Army: Courtney M. Anderson, Maverick J. Bostic, Carl L. Guthrie, Sara D. Jones, Jack Konrat, Joseph S. Minardi, James D. O’Neal, Aaron J. Reynolds, Sophia Rickard, Danielle J. Sibert, and Marcus J. Smith.

3rd Vice President Bill Dadek presented each of the new officers with a set of gold bars, a free one year membership in MOAA, and a pocket copy of the U.S. Constitution.

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HIGH SCHOOL JROTC LEADERSHIP AWARDS

School Year 2014-2015

The Cape Fear Chapter presented the MOAA Medal and Certificate to recognize JROTC cadets who demonstrated exceptional potential for military leadership; awards were presented on dates indicated. Congratulations to the following MOAA award recipients:

Cadet Taliyah McRae, South View High School Army JROTC; March 20th.

Cadet Jessica Howard, Jack Britt High School Army JROTC; March 27th.

Cadet LTC Fernando Jimenez, Saint Paul’s High School Army JROTC; April 2nd.

Cadet CSM Kenneth Santana, Union High School Army JROTC; April 25th.

Cadet LaBria Shaneice, East Bladen High School Army JROTC; April 29th.

Cadet Allyah Danielle McDougald, Harnett Central High School Army JROTC; May 2nd.

Cadet Jamison Sanders, EE Smith High School Air Force JROTC; May 6th.

Cadet Joshual Feliciano, Lumberton Senior High School Army JROTC; May 7th.

Cadet Meghan Bryant, Overhills High School Army JROTC; May 7th.

Cadet LTC Philip Schneider and Cadet Captain Candace Jacob, Fairmont High School Army JROTC; May 8th.

Cadet Destiny Jamison, Terry Sanford High School Air Force JROTC; May 8th.

Cadet Haylee Neal, Cape Fear High School Navy JROTC; May 8th.

Cadet Joshua Locklear, Purnell Swett High School Army JROTC; May 8th.

Cadet Jalen Carruth, Pine Forest High School Air Force JROTC; May 9th.

Cadet Alexis Butler, Westover High School Army JROTC; May 13th.

Cadet William Walker, Seventy First High School Air Force JROTC; May 15th.

Cadet Michael Hunter Gareckt, Hoke High School Army JROTC; May 16th.

Cadet Elise Guzman, West Bladen High School Army JROTC; May 19th.

Cadet TeAnnie Woods, Western Harnett High School Army JROTC; May 22nd.

Cadet Raven Hammonds, South Robeson High School Army JROTC; June 2nd.

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Campbell Army ROTC Battalion Annual Awards Ceremony

Campbell Army ROTC Battalion Annual Awards Ceremony September 11, 2014

September 11, 2014

The Campbell University Army ROTC Battalion held its annual awards ceremony in Turner Hall on the Campbell campus on September 11, 2014. The Campbell Battalion consists of units from Campbell University, Fayetteville State University, Methodist University and the University of North Carolina at Pembroke.

LTC Scott, Professor of Military Science at Campbell, and Commander of the ROTC Battalion presented awards to cadets for successful completion of Air Assault school and other training at summer camp. Several scholarship awards were also presented to superior cadets. Awards from several organizations were given during the ceremony.

Cape Fear Chapter 3rd Vice President, Bill Dadek, presented leadership cash awards of $100.00 with award certificates to (L to R in photo) Cadets Lenna Rodriguez, Courtney Anderson, Micah Simpson, and Ryan Mendoza; Cadet Mendoza was unable to attend the ceremony.

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Fayetteville State University Commissioning

by Bill Dadek

A commissioning ceremony for US Air Force Second Lieutenants Jasalynn Nesbitt and Jeremy Lowery was held on August 28, 2014 at Fayetteville State University.

LtCol Gladnigo, Professor of Aerospace Studies (PAS), conducted the ceremony assisted by Major DeFazio, Operations Flight Commander, and Captain Lascek, Assistant PAS. Family and friends were present for the ceremony.

Chapter Vice President LTC (Ret) Bill Dadek presented each of the new lieutenants with a set of Gold Bars and free 1-year membership in MOAA.

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JUNIOR ROTC SUPPORT

JUNIOR ROTC SUPPORT 10 June 2014

10 June 2014

Chapter President Chavez presents a $750 check to Cadet LCDR Victoria Stanton of the Naval Junior ROTC unit at Cape Fear High School, as a contribution from the Cape Fear Chapter to help the unit defray its overall transportation expenses to this summer’s drill camp and naval orientation at Norfolk Naval Base, Virginia. Cadet Stanton the newly appointed unit commander for school year 2014-2015 accepted the contribution for her unit.

A letter of thanks from CAPT Andrew Karakos, USN Retired is at download below.

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JUNIOR ROTC SCHOLARSHIP AWARD

JUNIOR ROTC SCHOLARSHIP AWARD Armed Forces Day - 17 May 2014

Armed Forces Day - 17 May 2014

Junior ROTC Cadet Cody McWherter of the Navy JROTC unit at Cape Fear High School was presented a $1,000.00 college scholarship as part of the 65th Anniversary of Armed Forces Day celebration activities at Fayetteville's Veterans Park on Saturday, May 17, 2014. Cadet McWherter’s parents, Mr. & Mrs. Keith McWherter of Fayetteville were on hand for the ceremony.

The event, sponsored by the Armed Forces of America Motorcycle Club, paid tribute to our men and women of the Armed Forces, past (veterans), present (active duty), and future (ROTC). Cadet McWherter, a model high school student and ROTC cadet, is an example of the quality young men and women aspiring to be our future military leaders.

Cadet McWherter, a graduating senior at Cape Fear High School this summer,will begin his college education experience at UNC Chapel Hill this fall and will be enrolled in the university’s Air Force ROTC Program.

The scholarship was presented on behalf of the Cape Fear Chapter by Chapter President Juan Chavez.

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JUNIOR ROTC SCHOLARSHIP AWARD

Fairmont High School

The senior awards ceremony 2014 for Fairmont High School was held at the school on 20 May. During the awards for the JROTC seniors LTC (Ret) Bill Dadek, presented to Cadet Captain Sequita McAllister a certificate for her selection to receive a $1,000.00 scholarship from the Cape Fear Chapter for the school year 2014-2015. The event was attended by families and school staff.

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SENIOR ROTC COMMISSIONING CEREMONIES (SCHOOL YEAR 2013-2014)

Fayetteville State University

Air Force ROTC Detachment 607 of Fayetteville State University held its commissioning ceremony on 9 may 2014. LtCol Allen Gradnigo, the Professor of Aerospace Studies and Detachment Commander and Capt Alycia Laseck, Assistant Professor of Aerospace Studies and Operations Flight Commander, each administered the oath of office to one of the new second lieutenants. The new officers were 2nd Lt Alanna Crockwell and 2nd Lt Michael Smith. LTC (Ret) Bill Dadek presented a set of gold bars and a one year free membership in MOAA to each of the new officers.

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SENIOR ROTC AWARDS (SCHOOL YEAR 2013-2014)

SENIOR ROTC AWARDS (SCHOOL YEAR 2013-2014) Fayetteville State University and UNC at Pembroke
SENIOR ROTC AWARDS (SCHOOL YEAR 2013-2014)

Fayetteville State University and UNC at Pembroke

The Air Force ROTC Spring 2014 Dining Out for the combined FSU/UNCP ROTC Detachment 607 was held on 17 April at the Ambiance on Legion Road. Awards were presented to several cadets to recognize their accomplishments during the 2013/2014 school year. Six of the cadets receiving awards will be commissioned on 9 May. 3rd Vice President Bill Dadek presented the MOAA Leadership Medal to Cadet Tarron Sanders and the Cape Fear Chapter $100.00 Leadership Award to Cadet Devonte Lee. The event was hosted by Lt Col Allen Gradnigo, the Air Force Professor of Military Science for Fayetteville State and UNCP.

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ROTC Scholarships & Leadership Awards Presentation


ROTC Scholarships & Leadership Awards Presentation
ROTC Scholarships & Leadership Awards Presentation

Pike Field Parade Field, Fort Bragg was the site on 29 September for the presentation of two ROTC scholarships and four leadership awards to Army senior ROTC cadets of the four universities supported by the Cape Fear Chapter of MOAA. The scholarships and awards were presented by Chapter President Juan Chavez , assisted by LTC Ed Pethan, Professor of Military Science, Campbell University.

Cadet Rebecca Lee Tate of Methodist University and Cadet Alyssa Marie Quinones of Fayetteville State University each received a $1,000.00 scholarship. Leadership awards of $100.00 each were presented to Cadets Mathew Wade of Campbell University, Andrew Wheeler of UNC Pembroke, Zachery Hazzard of Methodist University and Steven Grover of Fayetteville State University.

The award ceremony capped a weekend field training exercise conducted by the Campbell ROTC Battalion.

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Senior ROTC Scholarship Award


Senior ROTC Scholarship Award by Bill Dadek

by Bill Dadek

On 29 August 2013 at Fayetteville State University, Air Force Senior ROTC Cadet Kathiusca Alexandra Leon was presented with a Cape Fear Chapter $1,000 ROTC Scholarship by Chapter President Juan Chavez.

The presentation took place at the end of a leadership class given by Lt Col Allen Gradnigo, Jr., USAF, Commander, AFROTC Detachment 607 and Chair and Professor, Department of Aerospace Studies at Fayetteville State University. The assembled cadets were given an overview of MOAA by President Chavez and 3rd Vice President Bill Dadek.

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Cape Fear Chapter, MOAA “Meinhardt” ROTC Scholarship

Cape Fear Chapter, MOAA “Meinhardt” ROTC Scholarship by Bill Dadek
Cape Fear Chapter, MOAA “Meinhardt” ROTC Scholarship

by Bill Dadek

The “Meinhardt” ROTC Scholarship was presented to a senior ROTC cadet at a ceremony presided by Colonel (Retired) Juan Chavez, President of the Cape Fear Chapter, MOAA on 6 August 2013 at the Fort Bragg Club . The $1,000 scholarship was funded by a donation from the seven children of Cape Fear Chapter members, Colonel (Retired) and Mrs. Harry P. Meinhardt to commemorate their parents’ sixty-fifth wedding anniversary. The recipient of the scholarship was Tyler Elrod, a student at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He was accompanied by his parents, Colonel and Mrs. Ronald P. Elrod of Fort Bragg, also members of the Cape Fear Chapter. The check and accompanying certificate were presented by Colonel Meinhardt. Witnessing the presentation was Mrs. Meinhardt and one of the Meinhardt’s daughters, Mrs. Katrina Tiffany representing all of her siblings.

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Terry Sanford High School ROTC Scholarship Award


Terry Sanford High School ROTC Scholarship Award by Bill Dadek

by Bill Dadek

Monday evening the 3rd of June 2013, Terry Sanford High School held its senior awards in the school gymnasium. President Juan Chavez, presented a $1,000.00 ROTC scholarship to Cadet Connor Patrick Hamlet on behalf of the Cape Fear Chapter. Cadet Hamlet is the son of Rick Hamlet & Gerianne Geszler of Fayetteville; he will be attending the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in the fall.

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