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THE ALUMNI MAGAZINE OF NORWICH UNIVERSITY

Recruits prepare for a Homecoming review and retreat parade

Rooks prepare for homecoming

Third Battalion, Second Company Corps of Cadets recruits Michaela Hartz ’23, Kimberly Cunningham ’23, and Madison Etherton ’23 prepare for a Friday afternoon review and retreat over Homecom­ing weekend.

The Alumni Hall barracks roommates are all criminal justice majors. A four-year nation­al ROTC scholarship winner, Hartz plans to commission into the Army after graduation. Cunningham was born in Jamaica and raised in the island parish of Manchester. She moved to the U.S. in 2017 and served in the Air Force before enrolling at Norwich. Etherton is a native of Johnstown, N.Y. She hopes to become a state police officer after graduation.

“They know what they’re doing. They’re great kids,” says 1st Sgt. Caleb Miller ’21 (not pictured), a Marine option Navy ROTC mid­shipman from Phoenix, Ariz. “They learn well. We have a great NCO staff, as well. I’m very proud of them.”

Staff Sgt. Cameron Reed re­views 3-2’s rooks and offers stern words. “Take your collars and flatten them out right now. I don’t know why your collars look like crap. Hur­ry up Piper! What time did I say get on the wall, yesterday?”

“1600,” Cunningham says.

“I didn’t ask you, Cunningham! I said 1645, not 1600! So why are you late? Not a good way to be starting off this weekend 3-2. Get outside and form a platoon. Ready.” SM 

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