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FC: Seattle University | Seattle University Army ROTC | 2013

1: TABLE OF CONTENTS | Page 1 - Table of contents Page 2 - Battalion History Page 4 - Cadre and Staff Page 6 - MSI Class Page 8 - MSII Class Page 10 - MSIII Class Page 12 - MSIV Class Page 14 - LDAC 2012 Page 16 - Branching Page 18 - Summer Training Page 21 - LEO Lab Page 22 - Land Navigation Page 24 - Squad STX Page 26 - Basic Rifle Marksmanship Page 28 - Dining In Page 30 - Presidents Day Awards Ceremony Page 32 - Military Ball Page 34 - Color Guard Page 36 - Ranger Challenge Page 38 - Cadet Council Page 39 - MSIV Page

2: The Army ROTC program at Seattle University was activated in 1951. First organized as an Ordnance unit, it was converted to a general military science program in 1955. The basic program was mandatory for all qualified male students until 1965. In that year, the entire program became optional. The Military Science Program has instructed well over 9,400 students since its inception. Over 1,400 officers have received commissions in the U.S. Army upon completion of the program. As a five-time winner of the MacArthur award, which considers cadet performance at the Leader Development and Assessment Course (LDAC), overall GPA, and the number of commissioners, the Battalion has established a reputation for excellence in overall performance. One of the many distinguished officers this Battalion commissioned is Major General Patrick H. Brady. MG Brady is a Seattle University graduate and an alumni of Army ROTC. MG Brady was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor for his actions while serving in the Republic of Vietnam as a helicopter pilot. In his honor the battalion has created a unique "Hall Of Valor" which commemorates those Seattle University alumni who have fought the enemy for this great country. This Memorial is located in the ROTC office and it provides a legacy to current ROTC cadets about the rich heritage of the Battalion. | Brady Battalion History

4: Cadre & Staff | Lieutenant Colonel Yedinak | Captain Torres | Master Sergeant Pratt

5: Mr. Gouveia | Mr. Soto | Mr. Rauschenbach | Mrs. Norris

6: MSI CLASS | Back Row - Left to Right: Milat, Daniel; Ancheta, Arthur; Emery, Matthew; Huang, Qui Xuan. Front Row: Madayag, Casey; Lombardo, Emily; Furr, Skyler; Jo, Aaron

8: MSII CLASS | Back Row - Left to Right: Newstrom, Cameron; Cooper, Justin; Bell, Derek; Daffon, Kirk. Front Row: Hoffer, Briana; Whang; Daniel; Sciotto, Tyler; Sliwa, Jessica.

10: MSIII CLASS | MSIV CLASS | MS1 CLASS | Back Row - Left to Right: Garrido, Andrew; Ramirez, Nathaniel; Robinson, James; Gearhart, Logan. Middle Row: Cancio, Raymond; Davis, Melissa; Williams, Maureen; Hoffman, Mackenize; Kim, Michael. Front Row: Johnson, Dandia; Domingo, Jodelyn; Meno, Victoria; Dizon, Kathryn; Ferguson, Delaney.

12: MSIV CLASS | Nicholas Ackerson | Brendin Ailles | Katrina Andrews | Edmund Choe | Loren Enold | Neal Glutting | Kelly Lindemann | Morgan Mushlitz | Daniel Madayag | Anthony Nguyen | Airol Salanga

13: Back Row - Left to Right: Mushlitz, Morgan; Lindemann, Kelly; Glutting, Neal; Ailles, Brendin; Front Row: Choe, Edmund; Ackerson, Nicholas; Madayag, Daniel; Enold, Lorean; Andrews, Katrina.

14: LDAC 2012

15: Leadership Development Assessment Course: Three years of hard training and discipline is put to the test during a one month assessment of each cadet's soldier skills.


17: Families, Friends, and Loved ones join the Brady Battalion in honoring the Seniors' branch selections


19: Fully qualified and capable cadets are carefully selected to participate in various different training opportunities provided by the US Army.

20: Summer Training



23: Up early and out late in order to practice land navigation techniques.


25: Situational Tactical Exercises... FUN!!!!

26: Basic Rifle Marksmanship (BRM)


29: Fun night focused on improving our Battalion's unit cohesion and morale.

30: The cadets of the Brady Battalion worked extremely hard throughout the entire year to earn various notable awards and trophies. | PRESIDENT'S AWARD CEREMONY




37: Physical and mental toughness define those cadets that choose to participate on the Ranger Challenge team.

38: Cadet Council

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