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Cadets pose with Major General Baylor during the Inaugural Homecoming Alumni Luncheon. held at the Pullman Plaza Hotel.

Alumni Homecoming Luncheon

Cadets pose with Major General Baylor during the Inaugural Homecoming Alumni Luncheon. held at the Pullman Plaza Hotel.

Major General Hylton

MG Hylton received his commission through the Reserve Officer Training Corps Program in December 1971 while earning a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Marshall University.

Major General Hylton retired September 2005. Signal Soldiers from around the world converged on Fort Huachuca to bid farewell to a retiring leader, and welcome aboard a new one. Maj. Gen. James C. Hylton relinquished command of Network Enterprise Technology Command/9th Army Signal Command to Brigadier General Carroll F. Pollett.

Hylton took command of the U.S. Army Signal Command in July 2001. The pictures shows MG Hylton taking the NETCOM/9th ASC colors from Command Sgt. Maj. Ronald Desjardins for the last time during the change-of-command ceremony. Hylton ended almost 34 years of Army service with a retirement ceremony.

Captain Boyd II

CPT Boyd is a 2000 ROTC alumni.

Captain Boyd was commissioned on May 6, 2000. He was accessed into the branch of Ordnance, with a detail to the Infantry. Captain Boyd is part of the 3rd Brigade, 3rd Infantry Division (Mechanized) and organized as a Military Transition Team. Julius is responsible for training, teaching, mentoring & equipping a New Iraqi Army Brigade in logistic functions. They aid them in maintenance, supply & services, transportation & purchase requests. His unit will continue this mission until the Iraqi Army can function independently and defend their own borders against terrorist, which attempt to disrupt their way of life through fear and intimidation. After graduating from Marshall, Julius served as a Gold Bar Recruiter. He then received orders to report to Fort Benning, Ga. He has been an officer for five years and has a total of 19 years of service (he was prior enlisted).

Major Metz

321st Ordnance Battalion, United States Army Reserve

Marshall Alum that graduated from Marshall and earned a commission through the MU ROTC program during my time in the Military Science Department (January 1986 – August 1991). Citizen-soldier serving my country, state, and very proud of my West Virginia heritage and connection with Marshall University. Photo was taken at Camp Arifjan in Kuwait.

Major Esque

ROTC Alumni from 1986-1991

Marshall Alum that graduated from Marshall and earned a commission through the MU ROTC program during my time in the Military Science Department (January 1986 – August 1991). Citizen-soldier serving my country, state, and very proud of my West Virginia heritage and connection with Marshall University. Photo was taken at Camp Arifjan in Kuwait.

Major Shafer

ROTC Alumni from 1986-1991

Marshall Alum that graduated from Marshall and earned a commission through the MU ROTC program during my time in the Military Science Department (January 1986 – August 1991). Citizen-soldier serving my country, state, and very proud of my West Virginia heritage and connection with Marshall University. Photo was taken at Camp Arifjan in Kuwait.

Major Cox

ROTC Alumni from 1986-1991

Marshall Alum that graduated from Marshall and earned a commission through the MU ROTC program during my time in the Military Science Department (January 1986 – August 1991). Citizen-soldier serving my country, state, and very proud of my West Virginia heritage and connection with Marshall University. Photo was taken at Camp Arifjan in Kuwait.