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Twenty-two ROTC Cadets Commissioned into US Army

(Milledgeville, GA) June 7, 2004 – On May 28, 2004, twenty-two cadets completed Georgia Military College’s Early Commissioning Program, one of only five such programs in the nation. This demanding program forces cadets to develop the skills necessary to be leaders in the United States Army within a period of two years. After reciting the Oath of Office, each Lieutenant was joined by family members who pinned on bars denoting the rank of the new officers. These new Second Lieutenants, and their desired branch of service are:

Yasin Abdulahad (Military Intelligence)
Justin Baxter (Armor)
Israel Beauchamp (Field Artillery)
Jennifer Bergst (Aviation)
James Bond (Field Artillery)
Zachary Carbonell (Infantry)
Jonathan Castillo (Quartermaster)
Laquendin Counts (Field Artillery)
David Delgado (Medical Service)
Eric Giannaris (Infantry)
Christopher Goddard (Infantry)
Thomas Harper (Infantry)
Jeremy Haynes (Quartermaster)
Joshua Highsmith (Engineering)
Samuel Matta (Medical Service)
Matthew Pitts (Field Artillery)
Royal Reff (Armor)
Ibrahim Tantawi (Transportation)
Burke Vinluan (Infantry)
Anibal Wagner (Engineering)
Felicia Williams (Transportation)
Jamall Winn (Quartermaster).

Pictured, Jennifer Bergst recites her Oath of Office.

Pictured, members of the Winn family pin Jamall Winn .