TAMIU Student Gets Prestigious
Top TAMIU Cadet
The Award recognizes Cadet Hinojosa as the top ROTC cadet at TAMIU, an honor accorded because of his excellence in the pursuit of military and academic studies, leadership potential and professional development.
Hinojosa is the first TAMIU ROTC cadet to receive the Marshall Award. A psychology major, he completed his bachelor’s degree in July 2010 and was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant.
The Award honors the distinguished career of pubic service of George Catlett Marshall, General of Army, who rose through the ranks of the US Army to become the Army’s Chief of Staff in 1939, when war broke out in Europe.
He would go on to demonstrate a strategic gift that helped lead the US and its allies to victory in the next five years. Marshall’s legacy exhibited the qualities of integrity, honesty, selfless service, compassion, hard work and devotion to duty, qualities that the Award recognizes in those that receive it.
To learn more about Army ROTC programs at TAMIU, contact Captain Martin Longoria, Military Science instructor, at 326.3011 or e-mail email@example.com
For more information on Gen. Marshall, visit the Marshall Foundation at marshallfoundation.org
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