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5Our Corps has helped Norwich shine for more than two centuries. These four students have earned distinction for soldierly performance, Corps leadership, academic and athletic achievement and contributions to campus life.


Military Order of Foreign Wars of the United States Award was established by the Military Order of Foreign Wars of the United States, to recognize the cadet co-chair of the University Honor Committee for outstanding service in preserving and protecting the honor and values of the Norwich University Corps of Cadets.

Cadet Patricia Zuno (2021)


MacArthur Award is awarded to the senior cadet who demonstrates the most soldierly performance in accordance with the high standards of academics, athletics, and leadership as exemplified by General Douglas MacArthur as a Cadet.

Cadet Samuel J. Pappalardo (2021)


AMCSUS Leadership Medal (Association of Military Colleges & Schools of the U.S.)

Cadet Nicholas R. Kandra (2021)


Garrity Award is awarded to a senior cadet who demonstrates outstanding academic and athletic achievements and has displayed leadership in the Corps of Cadets.

Cadet William Rambin (2021)


Lewis E. Perry Memorial Award is awarded to the senior cadet who has made the greatest contribution to all aspects of life at Norwich University.

Cadet William Rambin (2021)


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Tri-Service Awards Ceremony 2021

The Norwich University Tri-Service Awards honor the service, resilience and displays of moral character that are trademarks of our students and our university. This year's awards ceremony April 15, 2021, on Sabine Field, honored students for leadership in our five military branches — the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Army, U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Navy and U.S. Space Force — and honored academic and athletic achievements of cadets in our Corps of Cadets.

  • Resilient, resourceful and ready

    Resilient, resourceful and ready

    Tri-Service Awards honor ROTC students and Corps of Cadets members for achievements academic, athletic and civic In the academic year of the mask, the handwash and the 6-foot distance, Norwich University’s military-oriented students still hit their marks, President Dr. Mark Anarumo said.
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  • In ROTC unit’s show of thanks, Vermont National Guard yes to the Yeti

    In ROTC unit’s show of thanks, Vermont National Guard yes to the Yeti

    College of National Service dean thanks Vermont National Guard members for running vaccine clinic After more than a year of COVID-19 distancing, masks and shattered routines, the promise of vaccines felt like a blessing, U.S. Air Force Col. Matthew Smith said. When Vermont National Guard personnel came to deliver shots March 23, Smith wanted to thank them. So he summoned
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