Friends, military members, veterans and members of Florida State University’s campus community are set to gather Saturday, Feb. 26, on Langford Green, to participate in the ninth annual 2nd Lt. Justin Sisson 5K Run/Walk for the Fallen.
Being a leader is nothing new for Tracy Norris. In her long military career, the Army Major General has served in combat zones and worked her way through the ranks, earning increasing positions of responsibility.
As the nation honored its military veterans this Veterans Day, Florida State University commemorated one decade of the Student Veterans Center. Established 10 years ago on Nov. 11, 2011, the Student Veterans Center helps ease the transition from military service to campus life, integrating student veterans into the general student population and local community.
Cadet Lexington McLellan, Fall 2020 cadet battalion commander for FSU’s Army ROTC Seminole Battalion and a senior in the Department of Psychology, earned the 2021 U.S. Army Cadet Command George C. Marshall Award and was selected to represent the university at the Marshall Award’s Leadership Seminar.
Friends, military members, veterans and more from Florida State University’s extended family are joining from locations in Tallahassee, around the U.S., and around the globe this month to honor the life and legacy of a beloved FSU alumnus and decorated soldier.
Members of Florida State University’s Reserve Officer Training Corps will be taking the next step in their military career at a nationwide commissioning ceremony this Friday. Like thousands of graduation and commencement ceremonies around the country, this one will be held virtually and it has the distinction of being held live from the Pentagon.
Friends, military members, veterans and more from Florida State University’s extended family will gather on Langford Green Saturday to participate in what has become a spring-time ritual – the seventh annual 2nd Lt. Justin Sisson 5K Run/Walk for the Fallen.
While some seniors spend their final semesters planning one last blowout spring break, Florida State University’s Stephenie Reid had a different plan. The Russian language major and Army ROTC cadet spent hers studying abroad in the midst of a brutal Baltic winter.
Florida State University’s Reserve Officer Training Corps is one of the nation’s best, according to U.S. Army Cadet Command, which oversees the nation’s ROTC programs.
Florida State University’s and the University of Florida’s Air Force and Army ROTC programs are starting a new tradition this year by partnering up for a Game Ball Run prior to the FSU-UF rivalry football game Saturday, Nov. 30, in Gainesville.
Some want a chance to be part of something larger than themselves. Some come for the financial aid benefits. Others allude to something more personal in their motivation.
For its fifth consecutive year, the Florida State University Army ROTC program will host the annual 2LT Justin Sisson 5K for the Fallen Run/Walk on Saturday, March 24.