University of New Hampshire

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Honoring Veterans and ROTC Hall of Famers

The University of New Hampshire held its 24th annual Veterans Day and ROTC Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and Scholarship Awards event Friday, Nov. 4, inducting three new members into the ROTC Hall of Fame and awarding scholarships to a pair of cadets. Retired Lt. Col. Andrew J. Corrow ’92,... Read More

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