Army ROTC Holds Annual Military Ball

Cadets and their guests pose for a picture.
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Cadets and their guests pose for a picture.

The Army ROTC program held its annual Military Ball Saturday, March 11, at the University of Arkansas Alumni House.

The event is held every spring to bring cadets, instructors, and their guests together to celebrate the year and recognize graduating seniors for their accomplishments. This year's distinguished speaker was First Lieutenant Andrew Pang, a graduate of the program who shared his experiences and advice with the cadets. 

 

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Eric Jeter, public affairs
Army ROTC
479-575-4251, eljeter@uark.edu


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