10th Regiment, Advanced Camp Graduation
Special Awards Recipients
AUSA Leadership Excellence Award
This award is presented to the top Cadet in each Regiment, as determined by Regimental cadre board.
Cadet William Richie, University of Arizona
First Command Financial Services Award
This award is presented to the Cadet who best demonstrates the leadership traits necessary to encourage teamwork, improve unit cohesion, and reinforce mission accomplishment.
Cadet Abigail Donohue, Old Dominion University
USAA Warrior Ethos Award
This award is presented to the Cadet who best demonstrates the Army Profession, Ethics, and Officership while best exemplifying the warrior spirit.
Cadet Harrison Snell, Grand Canyon University
Armed Forces Bank Award
This award is presented to the Cadet who best demonstrates respect for other cultures and people by effectively utilizing the training scenarios to demonstrate a mastery of cross-cultural competencies as they relate to a complex environment.
Cadet Johne Lopez, Texas A&M University- Corpus Christi
National Guard Association of the United States Award
This award is presented to the ARNG Cadet who demonstrates the most improvement in physical and mental preparedness for commissioning.
Cadet Bryant Voorhees, Brigham Young University
Reserve Organization of America Award
This award is presented to the Cadet who demonstrates the best reflection of the characteristics of Comprehensive Soldier and Family Fitness by demonstrating resilience and the lifelong pursuit of enhanced performance to cope with adversity, and best perform in stressful situations, and thrive in life.
Cadet Mackenzie Sadlon, Drexel University
Military Officer’s Association of America Award
This award is presented to the Cadet who demonstrates superior dedication to duty by accepting accountability for self and assigned unit through employment of team members while applying the fundamentals of leadership.
Cadet Darren Macy, University of Tennessee- Knoxville
Military Order of the World Wars Award
This award is presented to the Cadet who best demonstrates the ability to evaluate, analyze, apply, and understand experiences and capabilities to solve tactical problem sets.
Cadet Robert Watson, Texas A&M University
Bold Leader Spirit Award
This award is presented to the Cadet who demonstrates appropriate motivational techniques, inspirational leadership, and best demonstrates the spirit of a leader.
Cadet Safa Ishaq, Virginia Polytechnic & State University
Magellan Federal High Performer Award
This award is presented to the male and female Cadets who achieve the highest score on the Army Combat Fitness Test.
Cadet Courtney Kosanovic, Clarion University of Pennsylvania
Cadet Brandon Greathouse, Youngstown State University
Patton Museum Foundation Award
This award is presented to the Cadet who took charge in a challenging situation, demonstrating confidence, boldness, dash and daring.
Cadet Warren Walker, University of North Georgia
RECONDO Award Recipients
With a long and storied history, the Reconnaissance Commando (RECONDO) badge is awarded as a symbol of excellence in preparing for the rigorous and demanding conditions of Advanced Camp and achieving the highest levels of performance in Physical Fitness and Military Skills competencies during Cadet Summer Training.
JOSHUA BEDDALL. CENTRAL WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
BROOKS BURNETT, VALLEY FORGE MILITARY COLLEGE
HAYDEN GERVER, VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE AND STATE UNIVERSITY
BLAKE LISGAR, UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE
MACKENZIE SADLON, DREXEL UNIVERSITY
ETHAN TADDY, THE CITADEL
BRANDON TETREAULT, EMBRY-RIDDLE AERONAUTICAL UNIVERSITY
JACOB TYSON, PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY- UNIVERSITY PARK
VICTOR VELEZFONSECA, TURABO UNIVERSITY
ROBERT WATSON, TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY
PETER ADAMS, UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO- DENVER
WILLIAM BISHOP, VILLANOVA UNIVERSITY
JOSEPH BOLTON, UNIVERSITY COLORADO- COLORADO SPRINGS
KELLYANNE CAHILL, SIENA COLLEGE
NATHANIEL DENNE, THE CITADEL
ELI GOLDMAN, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND
JACOB HUGHES, UNIVERSITY OF NORTH GEORGIA
GRAHAM KESSLER, UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS- URBANA- CHAMPAIGN
CARLOS LOEZA, TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY
ETHAN ONG, DUKE UNIVERSITY
WILLIAM PAGE, UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA
SAWYER TOWERY, MURRAY STATE UNIVERSITY
BRYANT VOORHEES, BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY
MAURICE ALVIAREZ, MCDANIEL COLLEGE
DONALD BALL, UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO
JEFFREY BRIGNAC, SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA UNIVERSITY
MICHAEL EINEMAN, PURDUE UNIVERSITY
JACOB FISHER, WIDENER UNIVERSITY
PAUL FRICKE, CALIFORNIA POLYTECHNIC STATE UNIVERSITY- SAN LUIS OBISPO
BRANDON GREATHOUSE, YOUNGSTOWN STATE UNIVERSITY
BENITO IBANEZ, TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY
REESE JOHNSON, SLIPPERY ROCK UNIVERSITY
LUKE LATOCHA, CENTRAL MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY
ANTHONY PEYTON, GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY
WILLIAM RICHIE, UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA
PATRICK SCANLAN, CENTRAL MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY
CHRISTOPHER SKROK, NORWICH UNIVERSITY
GEORGE SMILJANICH, ROSE-HULMAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
HARRISON SNELL, GRAND CANYON UNIVERSITY
TURNER WHITE, CEDARVILLE UNIVERSITY
ALEXANDER WILSON, TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY
JAKE DATU GULAR, SEATTLE UNIVERSITY
KAELAN MCBRIDE, CENTRAL MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY
NOAH RODGERS, THE CITADEL
MARCUS SANGER, OLD DOMINION UNIVERSITY
BENJAMIN WILLIAMS, MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY
DAVID WILSON, BELMONT ABBEY COLLEGE