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With Winter Furlough underway, four Citadel cadets have started their break half-way around the world on a mission trip to Rwanda with the Charleston Wesley Foundation. http://bit.ly/2A1Hikw
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Throughout the year, award-winning campus photographer Louis Brems takes thousands of photos of life inside Lesesne Gate. Here's a look back at some of our favorite moments from 2018 through Louis' lens. http://bit.ly/2SNizat
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In a new episode of SpyCast, Citadel professor and former career intelligence officer Lt. Col. Michael Brady U.S. Army (Ret.), discusses his career, the status of intelligence education, and his latest book, Into the Shadows, Assassination Corps. http://bit.ly/2UFNBmC
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Against all odds, Andre Roberts, ’10, is entering his ninth season with the NFL. The New York Jets player and former Bulldog is modest about his success, but in the world of pro football Roberts’ tenure is a coup. So how did he do it? http://bit.ly/2BaBDIp
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Using state-of-the-art 3D scanning technology, Citadel cadets have successfully replicated the rotor of the Black Hawk helicopter that went down during the battle of Mogadishu, now located in the Special Operation Airborne Museum at Fort Bragg, N.C. http://bit.ly/2B7FDcK
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Back in the Old Corps, you had to know what a furlong was before you were admitted to the South Carolina Military Academy. http://bit.ly/2AYEBzA
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Mitchell Stecker honored the late president George H. W. Bush and his lifetime of service during yesterday's National Day of Mourning by playing the customary 94 tolls of the bourdon bell along with other music from the Thomas Dry Howie Carillon. http://bit.ly/2PmFE1K
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The report, based on U.S. Army data released for this study, shows that male and female soldiers coming from 10 Southern states are 22 to 28 percent more likely to be injured. Coincidentally, these states make up the Army’s top recruiting region. http://bit.ly/2zSMl6T
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Cadet Richard “Chad” DeKold, a member of the Class of 2019 and 2nd Battalion Commander for the South Carolina Corps of Cadets, has been selected to receive a prestigious Schwarzman Scholarship. http://bit.ly/2Ue49S6
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