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Golf Company Individual Award Winners

Cadet Travis King of the University of West Florida salutes Steve Schafer as he receives the American Legion Commander's Award during the Golf Company graduation Sunday at Brooks Field. The award is presented to one Cadet in each LTC company for military excellence and for demonstrating superior leadership, camaraderie and teamwork. Photo by Rebecca Thompson.

Cadet Travis King of the University of West Florida salutes Steve Schafer as he receives the American Legion Commander’s Award during the Golf Company graduation Sunday at Brooks Field. The award is presented to one Cadet in each LTC company for military excellence and for demonstrating superior leadership, camaraderie and teamwork. Photo by Rebecca Thompson.

Congratulations to all of Golf 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: Thomas Codding – Clarksville University

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

Recipient: Oscar Campuzano – Austin Peay State University

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

Recipient: Amanda Schramp-Jacobs – Syracuse University

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 conditioning and leadership.

Recipient: Daniel Kottkamp – Georgia Regents University

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

Recipient: Christine Hogan – University of Southern California

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

Recipient: Edgardo Rodriguez – University of Puerto Rico-Mayaguez

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

Recipient: Joseph Beatrice – University of Cincinnati 

The 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: Lucas Shappell – University of Wisconsin-Lacrosse

The 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: Robert Zbinden – University of Richmond

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

Recipient: Joshua Rogers – Pennsylvania State University

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

Recipient: Travis King – University of West Florida

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: Ronald Pflieger – Georgia Regent University

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

Recipient: Jacob Randazzo – University of Scranton 

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

Male Recipient: Janjeric Mahilum – University of California-Davis

Female Recipient: Lauren Losoya – Saint Mary’s University

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

Recipient: Aniya Moore – Georgia State University

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