14 December 2001
From LTC Brian L. Baker, P.E., USA, Professor of Military Science for Army ROTC at MIT, Harvard, Wellesley & Tufts:
Colonel Baker stated, "Harvard was ranked #2 last year for Army officer production among all Ivy schools. This is significant as both Cornell and Princeton are host schools (like MIT), in that the ROTC program is located on their campuses." Colonel Baker has further good news for current and future cadets- Harvard and MIT are included in the fourteen preeminent schools that will receive funding for full tuition scholarships!
Dave Clayman '38, LTC Brian Baker, and Emil Fleischaker '42 at this year's Army Dining Out
NAVY & THE LADIES
(From Harvard Magazine "Class Notes") March-April Issue, 2001, Page 84A
Leila Sears, '43, who served as a WAVE in World War II, is the official cosponsor of the USS NAVY SEARS, named for the sister, a member of the class of 1927. Launched in October, the ship is the newest oceanographic survey vessel of the United States Navy.
Further Items of Interest:
Did you know that Former President Neil Rudenstine completed his ROTC duties at Princeton and a tour of duty at Fort Sill, and attained the rank of Captain before returning to academia? Excellent preparation for the Harvard Presidency (as is a stint in the President's Cabinet in Washington).
Lt. General James Terry Scott, USA, a member of the Steering Committee has completed his tour of duty as Director of National Security Program at the Kennedy School of Government, and is now stationed in Coleman, Texas. He delivered the Keynote Address at the MIT ROTC Tri-Service identical Pass In Review at MIT Berry Field on 27 April 2001.
Lt. General Tad Olestrom, USAF (Ret), formerly Superintendent of the Army Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs, Colorado, will now serve as the Director of the National Security Program at the Kennedy School of Government. We are pleased to have his approval of our program by joining us.
Captain Paul Mawn, '63, USNR (Ret) graduated Harvard Cum Laude and was awarded the Navy Commendation Medal by the Secretary of the Navy. Paul is a member of our Steering Committee.