On Sept. 7, in honor of 9/11, members of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga ROTC placed 2,000 flags in front of the Lane Funeral Home on Ashland Terrace in Chattanooga.
Two Army Black Hawk helicopters were center stage as the Tennessee Army National Guard and the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga ROTC thanked UTC for its support of the military on April 21.
After leading the UTC ROTC, Maj. Kevin Beavers transitions from active-duty soldier to active-duty dad.
Brother2Brother When: 5:30 p.m. Every Tuesday Where: University Center’s Ocoee or Hiwassee Room. On John Crain’s right arm is a tattoo of his smiling grandmother—Brenda Woolridge—along with the date of her birthday and a quote: “Mothers don’t fear death. Their only fear is leaving their children in the world knowing that no one will love…
Eight ROTC cadets from UTC have been commissioned as second lieutenants in the Army.
Joey Royster, a captain in the U.S. Army and UTC graduate, is a member of the honor guard assigned to President H.W. Bush’s funeral services.
This past weekend, UTC Army ROTC chapter honored local veterans during Wreaths Across America event in which 9,600 wreaths were laid on the graves of U.S. veterans.