ROTC Cadets Excel Again
Six students in the ROTC All For One Battalion at Xavier University have been recognized for consistent outstanding performance.
Every year, the US Army Cadet Command establishes a National Order of Merit List for all cadets who will be commissioned in that fiscal year. The score is based on GPA, Army physical fitness test scores, and Leadership Development and Assessment testing. This OML score is used to determine which branch of the Army they will be commissioned to, selection for active or reserve duty or other benefits like Law or Medical school, and selection for awards and recognition. This year’s list has 4,700 Cadets.
“These Cadets continue a long line of excellence in the All For One Battalion as they are recognized nationally for consistent outstanding performance over their college careers,” said Lt Col Shane Ousey, All For One Battalion Commander. “They have clearly demonstrated that they can perform at the highest levels of leadership and academics.”
The 6 AFO cadets were all recognized as DMGs – Distinguished Military Graduates – the top 20% of all 4,700 cadets.
(07876) Josh Kummerer, Xavier University senior from Succasunna, NJ majoring in criminal justice, will go on active duty
(43065) Kathryn Wagoner, Miami University senior from Powell, OH majoring in international studies will go on US Army Reserve duty and hopes to attend law school.
(45014) Eric Showman, Xavier University senior from Fairfield, OH majoring in criminal justice, will go on active duty.
(45233) Robert Besier, Xavier University senior from Cincinnati majoring in political science, will be applying to law school.
(47006) Sam Koopman, Xavier University senior from Batesville, IN majoring in finance, will go on active duty.
(48105) Brienne Riker, Xavier University senior from Ann Arbor, MI majoring in history and minoring in French, will go on active duty