U of A Army ROTC Holds Annual Military Ball

Commissioning senior Cadet Jacob Miller and his date, Lorren Patton, are recognized as they enter the Ball through the Saber Arch.
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Commissioning senior Cadet Jacob Miller and his date, Lorren Patton, are recognized as they enter the Ball through the Saber Arch.

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The University of Arkansas Army ROTC program held its annual Military Ball Saturday, Feb. 20 at the Embassy Suites in Rogers. The formal event is a spring tradition for the ROTC cadets, instructors and guests to foster camaraderie, teach the cadets etiquette and to celebrate the achievements of the past year.

Sixteen commissioning seniors were recognized for their hard work and dedication. The distinguished speaker for the evening was Sergeant Major Greg Tarancon, who has more than 30 years of service including duty with Special Forces, the Department of Defense and as an advisor to infantry units in Africa, Afghanistan and Iraq.

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

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