Cameron University ROTC cadets Jason Floyd and Edward Hurley were honored with national awards this week at the annual meeting of the Association of the United States Army (AUSA) in Washington, D.C. Floyd received the National USAA Award, which consists of a $1,500 scholarship check and an engraved clock. Hurley was the recipient of the National LTG Timothy J. Maude Award, which consists of a $2,000 scholarship check. Both are seniors pursuing baccalaureate degrees in Interdisciplinary Studies.
"Both Cadet Floyd and Cadet Hurley have been outstanding in their military science studies and coursework on their way to becoming second lieutenants in the U.S. Army," says Major Rod Boles, Chair, Department of Military Science. "Cameron is fortunate to have two cadets who were rewarded for their great efforts in ROTC."
For more information on Cameron's ROTC unit, contact the Department of Military Science at 580-581-2340.
October 9, 2009