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Bravo Company Award Winners

Cadet Ballou receives the American Legion's Commander Award. Photo by Michael Noble Jr.

Cadet Ballou receives the American Legion’s Commander Award at Bravo Company’s graduation ceremony on July 17. Photo by Michael Noble Jr.

We’d like to offer our congratulations to all of Bravo Company for its successful completion of the Leader’s Training Course. The following Cadets have demonstrated particularly high achievements for which they have received special awards. 

The Military Order of the Purple Heart Award: presented to one Cadet in each company who meets all standards and has shown the most improvement in leadership and military skills.

Recipient: Gina Deihl – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Military Orders of World Wars Award: presented to one Cadet in each company for consistent excellence in leadership and whose achievements are in the honored tradition of the United States Army

Recipient: Natalie Van Denack – Wheaton College

Association of The United States Army Award: presented to one Cadet in each company for demonstrating excellence in leadership, military performance, and a high degree of teamwork and initiative.

Recipient: Peter Schwarze – Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania

National Sojourners Award: presented to one Cadet in each company for Americanism and military excellence and a potential for outstanding leadership as demonstrated by scores in physical training and leadership. 

Recipient: Kyle Roughton – University of Arizona

American Legion Commander’s Award: presented to one Cadet in each company for military excellence and who demonstrated superior leadership, camaraderie, and teamwork.

Recipient: Hayden Ballou – Weber State University 

Military Officers Association of America Award: presented to one Cadet in each company for demonstrating exceptional leadership and performance. 

Recipient: Stephanie Bartikoski – Widener University

Reserve Officers Association Award: presented to one Cadet in each company for military excellence, leadership and moral character.

Recipient: Morgan Hobbs – University of Alabama at Birmingham

Society of American Military Engineers: presented to the top Cadet who is enrolled in an engineering curriculum for military excellence.

Recipient: Andrew Ju – Loyola University

The Bold Leader Spirit Award: presented to the outstanding Cadet in each company who demonstrates inspirational leadership, warrior spirit and highest rating.

Recipient: Tanner Bleedorn – University of Akron

United Services Automobile Association Award: presented to one Cadet in each company for outstanding spirit and contributing to the advancement of ROTC and excellent physical fitness training.

Recipient: Kevin Zambranosa-Avedra – University of Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras

Armed Forces Bank Performance Award: presented to one Cadet in each company who successfully passes all events and is medically eligible to enter the US Army ROTC advanced course.

Recipient: Ryan Murphy – University of Oklahoma Central

First Command Financial Planning Award: presented to the top Cadet who demonstrates leadership traits, encourages teamwork and mission accomplishments.

Recipient: Whitney Lindsay – University of Washington-Seattle

The Engility Warrior Award: presented to the top Cadet with the highest cumulative scores in the record Army Physical Fitness Test, land navigation, and the Stress Shoot Event.

Recipient: Nicole McBride – Southern Illinois University

Armed Forces Services Corporation: presented to the top male/female Cadet in each company who achieves the highest score on the final Army Physical Fitness Test utilizing the APTF extended scale.

Recipients: Antonio Lubanski – University of Illinois at Chicago & Emily Harmon – University of Alabama at Birmingham (Harmon achieved highest APTF score of 2013 LTC to date)

Highest Rifle Award: presented to one Cadet in each company who achieves the highest score on the rifle range.

Recipients (tied for first): Daniel Hix – University of Georgia & Bryan Cunningham – Rochester Institute of Technology

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