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Leading From the Front

Tue, 05/28/2019 - 8:33am -- yountj
ROTC cadets participating in the Bataan death march
Mizzou students Sydney Feltenstein and Kimberly Woods are preparing for a future of leadership in the U.S. Army while earning their degrees. In March, these two cadets of the U.S. Army Reserve Officer Training Corps at the University of Missouri inspired their peers by completing a grueling 26.2-mile race while wearing full combat attire and carrying a 35-pound military backpack.
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A Mission to Serve Missouri

Wed, 11/08/2017 - 1:16pm -- yountj
ROTC cadets Emily Campbell and Nicole Futch (standing).

ROTC cadet Emily Campbell gets an assist from cadet Nicole Futch during training exercises.

When most Missourians think of the Missouri National Guard, they picture guard members filling sandbags or helping transport affected citizens during the floods of 1993, but the organization’s role has expanded since 9/11. Guard members now continually serve around the world, though the state mission remains key, including responding to emergencies such as the Mississippi River flooding of June 2008 and the January 2009 ice storms across much of southern Missouri.

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