2018-2019 Corps of Cadets Leadership

On Wednesday, April 25, 2018, the Class of 2019 was sworn in to their new non-commissioned and commissioned officer ranks.
The 2018-2019 Cadet Leadership is:

Battalion Commander for the 2018-2019 school year:
Cadet Hasan Ehsan
Battalion Executive Officer: Cadet Trinity Walker
Battalion S-1, responsible for Personnel and Records: Cadet Andres Thrailkill
Assistant Battalion S-1, responsible for Personnel and Records: Cadet Clinton Ma
Battalion S-2, responsible for Recruiting and Retention: Cadet Juliana Martinez
Battalion S-3, responsible for Operation and Training: Cadet Brandon Rubsamen
Battalion S-4, responsible for Logistics: Cadet Chase Blackwell
Battalion S-5, responsible for Tutoring: Cadet Nicolas Planchet
Battalion S-6, responsible for Athletics and Physical Training: Cadet Benjamin Hirsch
Battalion Command Sergeant Major: Cadet Mary Warder
Operations Sergeant Major to start the year: Cadet Preston Majors

Cadets in the first rotation for Company positions in the 2018-2019 school year:
Company Commanders will be Cadets:
Alpha Co: William Oliver
Bravo Co: Warren Gignac
Charlie Co: Santiago Martinez
Delta Co: Eduardo Garcia

Company Executive Officers will be Cadets:
Alpha Co: Andrew Hieger
Bravo Co: Trent Wisian
Charlie Co: Michael Blaess
Delta Co: Jessica Cox

Company 1SG will be Cadets:
Alpha Co: Dalaiza Gonzales
Bravo Co: Kurt Bliss
Charlie Co: Razik Rehman
Delta Co: Jonathan Garcia
 

 
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