SEQUENCE OF EVENTS

* OFFICIAL PARTY ENTERS * HONORS * THE NATIONAL ANTHEM
Mr. Ryan Harris -Hernandez

* INVOCATION
Chaplain (MAJ) Steven J. Roberts

INTRODUCTORY REMARKS
Lieutenant General William B. Caldwell, IV
Commandant, USACGSC

ADDRESS
General Richard B. Myers, USAF, Retired
Former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff

PRESENTATION OF CLASS GIFTS
LTC Bryan Sleigh
Class President

PRESENTATION OF GEORGE C. MARSHALL AWARD
By General Richard B. Myers, USAF, Retired

PRESENTATION OF DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER AWARD
By General Richard B. Myers, USAF, Retired

PRESENTATION OF GEORGE S. PATTON AWARD
By General Richard B. Myers, USAF, Retired

PRESENTATION OF JAMES M. WRIGHT AWARD
By General Richard B. Myers, USAF, Retired

PRESENTATION OF DOUGLAS MACARTHUR AWARD
By General Richard B. Myers, USAF, Retired

PRESENTATION OF MG HANS SCHLUP AWARD
By General Richard B. Myers, USAF, Retired

PRESENTATION OF MG HANS SCHLUP AWARD
By General Richard B. Myers, USAF, Retired

* Audience will please rise

PRESENTATION OF EXCELLENCE IN JC41 WRITING AWARD
By General Richard B. Myers, USAF, Retired

PRESENTATION OF IRON MAJOR AWARD
By General Richard B. Myers, USAF, Retired

PRESENTATION OF BIRRER-BROOKS AWARD
By General Richard B. Myers, USAF, Retired

PRESENTATION OF BENJAMIN H. GRIERSON AWARD
By Mr. James G. Madison
President, Greater Kansas City Leavenworth 9
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and 10 th (Horse) Cavalry Association

PRESENTATION OF THE EXCELLENCE IN JOINT WARFARE STUDIES AWARD
By Lieutenant General Richard F. Keller, USA, Retired
President, Military Officers Association of America, Santa Fe Trail Chapter

PRESENTATION OF ARTER-DARBY AWARD
By Lieutenant General RobertArter, USA, Retired
Civilian Aide to the Secretary of the Army, Kansas

PRESENTATION DONALD SMYTHE AWARD
Colonel Tom Dials, USAF, Retired
President, Armed Forces Insurance

PRESENTATION OF MASTERS OF MILITARY ART & SCIENCE
Dr. Wendell C. King
Dean of Academics

PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS TO Class President Section Leaders Staff Group Leaders
By Colonel William M. Raymond

* THE JOINT SERVICE MEDLEY & SINGING OF THE ARMY SONG OFFICIAL PARTY DEPARTS

General Richard B. Myers, Retired Former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
General Richard B. Myers retired as the 15th Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff on 1 October, 2005, after serving over 40 years in the US Air Force. During his term as Chairman, he served as principal military adviser to the President, the Secretary of Defense, and the National Security Council. General Myers led the US Armed Forces during a time of great threat to the Nation’s security. He began his term just a few weeks after the September 11th attacks, and was instrumental in guiding the US strategy for the War on Terrorism. During his tenure as Chairman, the US led international efforts to topple the Taliban and deny Al Qaida’s safe haven in Afghanistan, and to defeat the Saddam Hussein regime in Iraq. He also oversaw the US military’s role in relief efforts for the tsunami that struck the Pacific in December of 2004, and Hurricanes Katrina and Rita in 2005. A native of Kansas City, Kansas, and a 1965 graduate of Kansas State University, General Myers also served as Vice Chairman and Assistant to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. He has held command positions at every level, including Commander of US Space Command, North American Aerospace Defense Command, Pacific Air Forces, US Forces Japan, and two fighter wings. A fighter pilot with over 4,100 hours, General Myers logged more than 600 combat hours during the Vietnam conflict. His legacy can be found throughout the US Armed Forces and throughout the world: in the 50 million newly-freed people in Afghanistan and Iraq, in countless lives saved from natural disasters, and in a transformed military better prepared to protect the homeland and meet future threats. General Myers is on several public and non-profit boards and currently lectures nationally on national security issues and leadership. He is Foundation Professor of Military History and Leadership at Kansas State University and holds the Colin Powell Chair of Leadership, Ethics, and Character at National Defense University. He lives in the Washington, D.C. area with his wife, Mary Jo. He has two daughters and a son and, to his great joy, a growing number of grandchildren.

The General George C. Marshall Award
Among the many men of stature who have graduated from the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, one of the greatest in heart and mind was General George C. Marshall, who finished first in his class at the Army School of the Line in 1907, and repeated his success a year later by graduating first from the newly established Staff College Course. He then served for two years as an instructor in the Engineering Department of the College. During the next 45 years, General Marshall established a lasting, worldwide reputation as a soldier, scholar, diplomat, and humanitarian. On 26 September 1960, the Commandant, U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, with Mrs. George C. Marshall's consent, arranged for the establishment of an award in honor of General Marshall to be presented to the distinguished graduate in each regular class. This award recognizes scholarship, pays homage to one of America's most honored soldiers, and serves as a lasting incentive to the officers privileged to attend the college.

The General Dwight D. Eisenhower Award
Graduation day at the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College in 1926 was a milestone in the military career of General Dwight D. Eisenhower as he graduated first in his class. The ensuing years proved him to be a great military leader. During World War II, Eisenhower served as the Supreme Allied Commander in the liberation of North Africa, Italy, and Western Europe. Following the war, he won great esteem from his countrymen and Allies as Army Chief of Staff, the first Supreme Commander of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, and President of the United States. In April of 1969, the Henry Leavenworth Chapter of the Association of the United States Army established “The International Award” to recognize the Distinguished Allied Officer Graduate of each year's class. On 11 August 1969 the Commandant of the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, with the consent of Mrs. Dwight D. Eisenhower, arranged for future international awards to be known as the Dwight D. Eisenhower Award and presented in his honor. The award honors military scholarship and is held in the highest esteem by the winners and the nations from which they come.

The General George S. Patton Jr. Award
The intricacies of modern warfare have reinforced the Army's need for exceptionally competent tacticians at all levels. In 1983 the Command and General Staff College developed the Master Tactician Program to provide an academically and professionally challenging forum for students who demonstrate special aptitude for tactics. Instructors nominate students pursuing the program to take a rigorous four hour examination focused at the division level. Students demonstrating superior performance on the exam are awarded the title Master Tactician and progress to the second phase of testing. The director of the Center for Army Tactics and his panel of experts assess each finalist's ability to perform the commander's roles in C2 while executing a three hour hands-on exam, using Command Post of the Future (CPOF) vignettes involving full spectrum operations in the Leavenworth-Lansing area. The student demonstrating distinguished performance becomes the class Distinguished Master Tactician and receives the General George S. Patton Jr. Award.

The Major General James M. Wright Award
To provide a challenging academic forum for students demonstrating a Special aptitude for logistics, the College inaugurated the Master Logistician Award Program with the class of 1983. The Master Logistician Award was renamed in May of 2002 in honor of Major General James M. Wright. In August of 1995, General Wright was assigned as Commander, 21st Theater Army Area Command, Kaiserslautern, Germany. He was responsible for establishing the Intermediate Staging Base at Taszar in Southern Hungary, which would serve as the staging area for US/NATO peacekeeping efforts in Bosnia. He oversaw the largest and most complex movement of US forces in Europe since the end of World War II. MG Wright later assumed the position of Quartermaster General on 10 June 1997. MG Wright passed away in February of 2000 in Houston, Texas. He was inducted into the Quartermaster Hall of Fame later that year and the 1st Corps Support Command at Fort Bragg dedicated a parade field and street in his honor. All candidates for the award must take a written logistics examination that encompasses a wide range of subjects, from corps logistics to finance operations. Students with the highest scores are advanced to the second phase. In the second phase, the candidates appear before a board of logisticians who ask a series of scenario-based logistics questions. Those candidates that demonstrate superior knowledge advance to the final stage, which consists of an oral presentation before a board of senior logisticians. The candidates are given a corps level force projection scenario and have seven days to develop a concept of support.

The Excellence in Joint Service Warfare Award
The Excellence in Joint Service Warfare Award is presented to the student who contributes most significantly to the study, implementation, and spirit of joint-service warfare. Additionally, the student must demonstrate proficiency in: joint core courses, Joint Advanced Warfighting Studies (JAWS), attainment of Additional Skill Identifier (s) (ASI) in joint service warfare, participation in Joint or Special Operations Areas of Concentration, joint service warfare electives, publication (or submission for publication) of joint service warfare articles and completion of a Military Master of Art and Science (MMAS) with a focus on joint service warfare topic, or a comparable degree from another institution. This award for military scholarship is open to all members of the regular class. The Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) endows this annual award.

The Arter-Darby Military History Writing Award
In May 1980, the Arter-Darby Award was created to encourage and recognize excellence in professional contribution to the study of the military art by Command and General Staff College students. The Award is endowed by a former deputy commandant; Lieutenant General (Retired) Robert Arter and the Edith and Harry Darby Foundation of Kansas City. This award for military scholarship is open to all members of the regular class each year. Students are invited to write an Military Masters of Arts and Science or thesis-length essay on a topic in military history. The entries are judged by a faculty committee based on originality, scholarship, style and overall value to the literature of the military profession.

The Smythe Military History Award
In academic year 1985-1986, the Command and General Staff College was privileged to have the distinguished scholar, Father Donald W. Smythe (S.J.), serve as the visiting John F. Morrison Professor of History. During his tenure at Fort Leavenworth, Father Smythe became an important part of the CGSC community, both personally and professionally. His untimely death in 1988 came as a great loss to both the history profession and to the Army. In 1989, a group of students from the CGSC class of 1986 decided to sponsor a memorial award in Father Smythe's name. This award is to be presented annually, beginning in 1991, to the best student of military history in each CGSOC class. Candidates are nominated by their history instructors, and the winner is selected on the basis of academic performance in both core and elective history courses. The Smythe Award, by recognizing excellence in the study of history, honors the memory of an esteemed scholar and a sorely missed friend of the Army.

The Douglas MacArthur Military Leadership Writing Award
In 1985, the Commandant of the Command and General Staff College, in cooperation with the Douglas MacArthur Foundation, established the Douglas MacArthur Military Leadership Writing Award. The purpose of the award is to encourage and recognize scholarship and professional writing on the subject of military leadership. All members of the resident class are eligible to compete for this award. Students are invited to write an essay on military leadership. A faculty committee judges the essays based on originality, scholarship, style, and overall value to the literature of the military profession.

The Excellence in JC4I Writing Award
The Excellence in JC4I Writing Award is presented each year to the student who excels in research and writing on the subjects of command, control, communications, computers and intelligence. The goal of the award is to encourage students of the Command and General Staff College to study these subjects and to provide opportunities for the publication and dissemination of the results. The excellence in JC4I Writing Award is sponsored by the Armed Forces Communications Electronics Association (AFCEA) International. The competition is open to all students enrolled in the resident Command and General Staff Officer Course and the School of Advanced Military Studies. Submissions are judged on noteworthy insights, depth of research, and overall quality of writing. The winning submission is considered for publication in Signal Magazine.

The Benjamin H. Grierson Award For Excellence in Strategic Studies Based on his stellar performance in the Civil War, Benjamin H. Grierson was selected to organize and command the 10th Cavalry Regiment, a unit of the famed 19th century “Buffalo Soldiers.” Grierson commanded the 10th Cavalry Regiment for 22 years. In 1985 he was inducted into the Fort Leavenworth Hall of Fame. The Buffalo Soldier foundation selected him as the namesake for this award, which was approved for the class of 1995. Students enrolled in the CGSOC strategist program that demonstrates excellence in the field of strategic studies may participate in this honors program. Award selection includes faculty recommendations, review of all grades, and performance in the strategist program courses, a specific writing requirement, and an oral comprehension examination.

MG Hans Schlup Award
The U.S. Army Command & General Staff College has implemented an award for excellence in International Relations in honor of Major General Hans Schlup of Switzerland who attended CGSOC in 1978. After graduation, General Schlup initiated and produced an annual letter for the international officers of that class and helped establish biannual class reunions for class members, both U.S. and international officers. Additionally, over the years and through his subsequent postings and assignments, his keen intellect, his desire to further international relations, and his understanding and knowledge of world affairs clearly marked him as a model of international leadership. He died suddenly while serving as the Defense Attaché from Switzerland to the United States and Canada in 1996. After his death, his classmates from Section 4, the international officers of the class of 1978, and other CGSC alumni initiated an effort to recognize General Schlup's contributions to international understanding and cooperation through an annual award to a deserving international officer.

Iron Major Award
In November 2005, the Commandant announced to the student body the establishment of the Iron Major Award to recognize exceptional physical fitness. The award is presented to the male and female students who finished first in a grueling series of events designed to test endurance and strength. The Iron Major Award is a M-7 Bayonet mounted on a wood plaque and presented by the Commandant to the ILE Class Iron Majors.

Birrer-Brookes Award for Outstanding MMAS Thesis The Birrer-Brookes Award is presented to the author of the most outstanding MMAS thesis in each ILE graduating class. To compete, students must be nominated by the Chair of their thesis committee and submit a complete copy of their MMAS thesis. A panel chosen from among the College’s graduate faculty evaluates the nominated theses based on the depth of research, substance of argument, and strength of composition. The award, a CGSC chair provided by the CGSC Foundation, is named for the architects of the MMAS Program, Dr. Ivan Birrer and Dr. Philip Brookes, and is presented to the winner at graduation.

Master of Military Art and Science
On 5 August 1974 legislation was enacted authorizing the Command and General Staff College to award the degree, Master of Military Art and Science (MMAS), an authority originally requested in 1964. The legislation prescribes that the MMAS program require a thesis; the College must attain affiliate or member status with the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools prior to the award of any degree. On 31 March 1976 the College was granted full accreditation as a master's degree granting institution by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. The establishment of a formal degree granting program with the full approval of the civilian higher education community represents recognition for the quality of military education in the Command and General Staff College. For those receiving degrees, the award constitutes a badge of military scholarship and is a deserving recognition for successful completion of a rigorous program. The college is proud to be the only institution to award this graduate professional degree.

RECIPIENTS OF THE DEGREE MASTER OF MILITARY ART AND SCIENCE DECEMBER 14, 2007 MAJ Egil Daltveit, IMS-Norwegian Army, (Focused Program: General Studies) Thesis: The March 2004 Riots in Kosovo: A Failure of the International Community Maj Brian M. Farrar, USAF, (Focused Program: General Studies) Thesis: Comparison of F-15E and F-16 Dynamic Targeting Persistence in a Fuel-Limited Environment MAJ Kenneth G. Haynes, SG, (Focused Program: General Studies) Thesis: Transforming Junior Leader Development: Developing the Next Generation of Pentathletes MAJ Thorsten L. Jørgensen, IMS-Danish Army, (Focused Program: General Studies) Thesis: Defeating Cross Border Insurgencies MAJ Dale A. Krueger, ARNG/EN, (Focused Program: Strategy) Thesis: Effectiveness of U.S. Strategy Against Al Qaeda LCDR David E. Kunselman, USN, (Focused Program: Military History) Thesis: Arab-Byzantine War, 629-644 AD Mr. Gerald J. Leonard, DAC, (Focused Program: General Studies) Thesis: Curriculum for Stability Operations A Look at the Command and General Staff School MAJ John-Franklin L. Leopold, MI, (Focused Program: General Studies) Thesis: Arab Muslim Anti-Americanism MAJ Cynthia A. Lerch, OD, (Focused Program: General Studies) Thesis: Recruiting Campaigns: How Advertising and Training Target the Millennial Generation MAJ Douglas W. Merritt, IN, (Focused Program: General Studies) Thesis: Is Federalism Based on Ethnic Partition: A Viable Solution in Iraq? LTC Colin L. Mitchell, IMS-Trinidad Tobago Defense Force, (Focused Program: General Studies) Thesis: Maritime Terrorism in the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean: Implications of Possible Maritime Terrorism in the Caribbean MAJ Banit Singh Negi, IMS-Indian Army, (Focused Program: Strategy) Thesis: The United States-China -India Relationship: An Analysis of the Emergence of a Strategic Triangle MAJ Jason M. Norton, EN, (Focused Program: General Studies) Thesis: The French Algerian War and FM 3-24, Counterinsurgency: A Comparison MAJ Jaimie S. A. Ogilvie, IMS-Jamaica Defense Force, (Focused Program: Strategy) Thesis: Exploring the Future of Security in the Caribbean: A Regional Security Partnership?

MAJ Brian A. Pedersen, AR, (Focused Program: Military History) Thesis: What Kept the Tank from Being the Decisive Weapon of World War One? MAJ Walter G. Roberson, IN, (Focused Program: General Studies) Thesis: British Military Intervention into Sierra Leone: A Case Study MAJ Gregory D. Robertson, AR, (Focused Program: General Studies) Thesis: A Study of Knowledge Management Theory and the Army Doctrine Development Process: Case Study of a Web-Based Community of Practice MAJ Jason D. Ross, IMS-Australian Defense Force, (Focused Program: General Studies) Thesis: Forcing Doctrine to Match Reality: Bridging the Foreign Military Training Doctrine GAP Within the Australian Defense Force LTC Thomas R. Sedano Jr., IMS-Phillipine Army, (Focused Program: General Studies) Thesis: An Assessment of the Armed Forces of the Philippines Modernization Program MAJ Theodore K. Shinn Jr., OD, (Focused Program: General Studies) Thesis: Military Ethics in Counterinsurgency: A New Look at an Old Problem Maj David G. Shoemaker, USAF, (Focused Program: General Studies) Thesis: Close Air Support Command and Control at the Operational Level MAJ John D.V. Vass, IMS-Canadian Army, (Focused Program: General Studies) Thesis: Retention in the Canadian Forces MAJ Michael J. Volpe, IN, (Focused Program: Military History) Thesis: Task Force Butler: A Case Study in the Employment of an Ad Hoc Unit in Combat Operations, during Operation Dragoon, 1-30 August 1994 LCDR Jerome R. White, USN, (Focused Program: General Studies) Thesis: Hull, Mechanical, and Electrical Equipment Standardization in the U.S. Navy Surface Force: A Case for Competing Objectives and Stakeholder Trade-Off Decisions LCDR Ethan R. Williams, USN, (Focused Program: Military History) Thesis: 50 DIV in Normandy: A Critical Analysis of the British 50th (Northumbrian) Division on D-Day and in the Battle of Normandy Maj Keith P. Williams, USAF, (Focused Program: General Studies) Thesis: Bridging the Gap between Air Force Professional Military Education and the Practical Application of Supervisory Skills Taught at PME LCDR Michael R. Wohnhaas, USN, (Focused Program: Strategy) Thesis: Forward Deployment of the U.S. Naval Forces to Australia Maj Gregory R. Wood, USAF, (Focused Program: General Studies) Thesis: Attacking Iran: An Assymetric Threat to U.S. Air Power MAJ Todd S. Zwolensky, TC, (Focused Program: Military History) Thesis: Logistics Over the Shore: A Review of Operation Chromite Operation Bluebat and its Relevance Today

USACGSC CLASS OF 2007-02 14 December 2007 Name + Acker, David William Ackerknecht, Charles John Adams, John Edward AL Jalahma, Nawaf Rashid Alessia, Mark Guy Alfeiri, Chris Scott Allen, Michael Irvin Altenburg, Patrick Sedler Anderson, John Charles Anderson, Philip Wright Andresky, Nikolai Leo Andrews, Brandy May Baker, Phillip Cain Baltazar, Franklin Flores Barton, Braum Preston Baugh, Tammy L. Baynham, Jr., John Louis Beale, Jon Patrick Beeler, Justin Cole Bivin, Kim Taeou Blakley, Jay Allen Blanding, Joseph Dwayne Boardman, Kevin Richard Boniface, Jr., Anthony J. Borders, Phillip John Borg, Jason Bowers, Dennis Bowline, Brandon Michael Bradford, Kenneth Charles Broemmel, Jarett Daniel Brooks III, William Henry Bukowski, Craig William Burger, Paul C. Burgess, Robert Lyn Burnett, William George Kahokuokalani Butler, Kevin Patrick Campillo, Lucien Cangelosi, Lance Carpenter, Scott Wyman Carver, Eric Andrew Cathelineaud, Rafael E. Cerone, Scott Robert Christiansen, Erik Loren Rank MAJ LCDR MAJ MAJ MAJ MAJ MAJ MAJ MAJ MAJ MAJ MAJ MAJ MAJ MAJ MAJ MAJ MAJ LCDR MAJ MAJ MAJ LCDR MAJ MAJ MAJ MAJ MAJ MAJ MAJ MAJ MAJ Maj MAJ MAJ MAJ MAJ MAJ MAJ MAJ MAJ Maj MAJ Branch/Country EN USN MI Kingdom of Bahrain IN AR CH IN CA FA AR QM AV IN AV AV AV QM USN SC AR TC USN QM EN EN QM MS QM IN AR MS USAF FA FA IN IN OD IN SF AR USAF JA

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Name Clark, Terry L. Clausen, Clifford Dale Cochran, John Howard Cogbill, John Patrick Coleman, Michael David Cornett, Travis Wesley Correz, Richard Scott Crawford, Barbara Richshell Crockett, Dale Sean Crowe, Kenneth Robert Daltveit, Egil Dan, Cristian-Daniel Dashti, Faisal Eisa Davis, Bobby Hugh Davis, Chadwick Gerrell Davis, Cherrie L. Davis, Randall Dean Dente, Jerome Frederick Depolo, James Michael Dickinson, Scott Paul Donegan, Dennis Patrick Dooley, Randall Marshall Dowling, William Michael Driggers, Russell D. Dunn, William Marshall Durham, James Scott Endres, Brad Walton Farrar, Brian Matthew Feltzer, Richard Thomas Fisher, Warren Courtney Fix, Dean Jerome Ford, Gregory Jason Galinger, William A. Garbarino, Robert Jude Garcia, Jr., Juan Ramon Garey, Richard R. Gaskin, Enoch Wain Gautreaux, Gregory Alan Genser, Antonin Germanese, Francis E. Girardi, Kenneth Richard

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Name Glaser, Jeffrey Aaron Glass, Darryl William Gomez Torrico, Luis Ricardo Goodpaster, Kenneth Stephen Goveo, Carlos R. Graves, Richard Alan Green, Timothy O'Brien Griffith, Jr., Dwight Rutledge Guzevièius, Saulius Hale, Christine Elizabeth Haley, Jay Wright Hall, Jerry Allen Halloran, Joseph Edward Hannah, Donald Earl Hanrahan, Kevin Hansen, John C. Harris II, Omega Allen Haupt, Eric F. Haynes, Kenneth George Heilman, Ryan James Hodgson, Joseph John Holland, Michael Christopher Holmes, Jeffrey Scott Hourihan, Todd Robert Inge, Edward Daniel Jackson, Kevin Lasharrne Jenison, Phillip G. Jensen, James Hartwig Johnson, Hurel Lee Johnson, Marilyn Marie Johnson, Matthew Johnson, Steve Jones, Daniel D. Jones, David Nehemiah Jørgensen, Thorsten Lyhne Kakajanov, Begmurad Karuranga, Gatete Edward Kellem IV, Marvin Duwayne Khalili, Agha Gul Kirkpatrick, Scott Walker Knight, Merrell Dan

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Name * ** Kreuser, Tracy L. Krueger, Dale Allen Krzycki, David Michael Kunselman, David E. Kurtzman, Jackson Alan Kyle, Charles Mason Large, Ronald Martin Lauer, Jonathan Charles Lehman IV, Joseph William LeMaster, Braden Graham LeMaster, Darren Lentz, Heather Alexandria Leopold, John-Franklin Lee Lewis, Jeremy Ryan Lewis, Maurice Shavari Love, James Bryant Lovell, Kevin J. Lugo-Dean, Karen Mackin, Jill L. Magsino, Mary Lisa Magsino, Melvin T. Marchant, Stephen Todd Marzahl, John Ralph Masengale, Theresa Fay Matelski, Thomas Robert Mattox, James Allen Maxwell, Eric Lee Maytan, Scott H. McAdams, Kenneth C. McCarley, Kevin Dean McCaskell, Robert Kenneth McClung, Christopher Michael McCrann, John Patrick McFarland, Scott M. McLaughlin, John Alexander McNeill, Zachary James Loren Meeker, Karen Lynn Mellor, Glenn O. Menjivar, Otmaro A. Merritt, Douglas Wayne Meyer, Gregory Andrew

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Name Meyer, Russell Dean Mikesell, Ira Edwin Miller, Mark Daniel Mims, George O'Keith Mitchell, Colin Lindsay Moe, John Castro Morgan, Daniel Scott Morgan, Randolph Monte Motes, David Alan Motszko, John Michael Myers, Ronald Francis Neal, Alexis A. Needum, Byron Clyde Negi, Banit Singh Nelson, Neil Ivan Nestorovic, Goran Dragan Nichols, Kelly S. Nielsen, Shannon Edward Norris, Jan Carl Norton, Jason Michael Noyes, Jack Wachara Ochoa, William Manuel Ogilvie, Jaimie Stuart Archibald Oliveira, Raul Rodrigues de Olson, Brian Scott Overbey, Darcy LeAnn Pedersen, Brian A. Petersen, Steven Allen Peterson, Eric Robert Piotrowski, Steven Russell Plummer, Alfonso Troy Powers, Daniel Ralph Queen, Jason Aaron William Quichocho, Frankie J. Rambo, Charles Robert Rapaport, Darren Alexis Rawlins, Wade J. Reed, Jeffery D. Reed, Kenneth Norris Rehome, Paul Steven Reichert, Andrew Clifford Reinert, John T.

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Name Riley, Jason Gregory Ringwald, Scott William Ripley, Royal Simeon Roberson, Walter Grady Robertson, Gregory Donald Ross, Jason Damian Ruiz, David Michael Ruiz, Jr., Rodger Siscar Salisbury, Erick John Sayles, Patricia Kucen Schermerhorn, Jocelyn Jay Schwab, Craig Deven Schwarz, David John Scott, Bruce J. Scrivens, Gregory Colin Sedano, Jr., Thomas Recio Segura, Daniel Adrian Sepp, Silver Shelly, Frank C. Sherman, Andrew D. Shinn, Jr., Theodore Kaye Shoemaker, David Glenn Simmons, Jacqueline Marie Simonnet, Norbert Gregoire Siress, David Michael Sleigh, Bryan Charles Slover, Kenneth David Smith, Candy Sue Smith, Stephen Wade Sodowsky, Wayne Christopher Soria, Javier C. Sorochin, Andrei Sounia, Phillip Dean Sposato, James Russell Stefano, Ciro Claudio Stevens, Mark Andre Stoeger, Anthony A. Stølan, Frank Strange, David Alan Suryo, Almuchalif Swantkowski II, Jacob C. Thakur, Navin Sri

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Name + Tucker III, John Thomas Varnado, Damon Scott Vass, John D. V. Volkmann, Timothy James Volpe, Michael Joseph Vongsvarnrungruang, Joseph W. Walton, John Patrick Walton, Susan Marie Warfel, Brian Edward Warner, Jason Edward Weinshel, Matthew Robert Wesenberg, Alan John White, Jerome Ronnie White, Theodore Osceola Whitford, Dean Lamar Wilcox, Daniel Robert Williams, Bradley A. Williams, Ethan Rawls Williams, Keith Putnam Wimberly, Kevin P. Wohnhaas, Michael Robert Wolf, Aaron William Wood, Gregory Russell Woodard, Breck Allen Woode, Cecil H. Yang, Eun Chan Yasuda, Manu Lauaki Smith Ybarra, Mitchell Louis Zwolensky, Todd Stephen

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Class President Class Vice President Section and Staff Group Leader Staff Group Leader These officers are not seated at graduation exercises today due to early departures in support of on-going operations. Student completed a graduate degree program at another institution while attending CGSOC.

DISCLAIMER: The commencement program is a roster of candidates, not an official list of graduates. The appropriate degrees and honors will be awarded to the candidates who have successfully completed all requirements by the date of commencement.

The Army Song
First to fight for the right And to build the Nation’s might, And the Army Goes Rolling Along Proud of all we have done, Fighting ‘til the battle’s won, And the Army Goes Rolling Along CHORUS: Then it’s hi, hi, hey! The Army’s on its way Count off the cadence loud and strong (two, three) For wher-e’er we go, you will always know That the Army Goes Rolling Along And the Army Goes Rolling Along