Wednesday, May 02, 2012

Commissioning Ceremony at ETSU this Friday
Retired Lieutenant General Ronald V. Hite will speak on Friday at Brooks Memorial Hall at a Commissioning Ceremony for the Military Science Department at ETSU. Nine ROTC Cadets will become Army officers representing the largest number for a single ceremony in well over a decade Hite is a member of the Class of 1964 and a 33-year Army veteran, whose many assignments included directing the Army’s Acquisition Corps, as well as overseas duty in Germany, Korea and Vietnam. He is currently president of the ETSU Alumni Association and serves as the chairman and chief executive officer emeritus of Cypress International, a company involved in the development and marketing of defense and aerospace products and services worldwide. (bg)

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