East Tennessee State University has again earned the Military Friendly School designation and begins a new decade with an additional top 10 designation for 2020-21 and continued Military Spouse Friendly designation.
A bagpipe player who enjoys classical music and commands the Science Hill High School JROTC and marksmanship team, Michael Poole isn’t your everyday high school senior.
East Tennessee State University’s Quillen College of Medicine hosted a Military Commissioning Ceremony for five members of the Class of 2019.
Six cadets in the Army ROTC Program at East Tennessee State University took the oath of office Friday and were commissioned as second lieutenants during a ceremony held at Antioch Baptist Church. The new officers will serve in various branches
Updated May 3, 2019 at 5:23 PM
Eleven East Tennessee State University ROTC cadets received their 2nd Lieutenant commission Friday and will serve in a variety of Army components as their college careers culminate with graduation this weekend.
Two cadets walked into the Carnegie Hotel on Friday morning, but they left the building as officers in the U.S. Army.