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Citadel News Service

For Release
March 13. 2004

Members of 2005 Summerall Guards named

          Sixty-one cadets have been named members of the 2005 Summerall Guards, which took command from the Class of 2004 during Saturday's Corps Day festivities. This year's Corps Day celebrated The Military College of South Carolina's 161st birthday.

          The Summerall Guards is a silent precision drill platoon from The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina in Charleston, South Carolina. Members are all first-class (seniors) cadets who go through a rigorous physical training and initiation process and are chosen for their physical stamina and drill proficiency.

          The platoon's purpose is to exemplify, through a unique series of movements based on the old German close order drill and performed to a silent count, the exactness and thoroughness with which The Citadel cadet is trained.

          The platoon is named for General Charles P. Summerall, former Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army and president of The Citadel from 1931 until 1953.

Valon Ahmeti, Kamenica, Kosova
Travis W. Aiken, Dummerston, Vt.
Bruce Bailey, Gilbert, S.C.
Adam Jeffrey Basch, Zionsville, Ind.
Alexander Zachery Briscoe, Presque Isle, Maine
Joshua Colt Brock, Pinopolis, S.C.
Louis Aaron Bussells, Irmo, S.C.
Courtney Wynfield Carnegie, Jr., Upper Marlboro, Md.
Dave Chichetti, Tallahassee, Fla.
Daniel James Clinebelle, Winnsboro, S.C.
Joshua Conlon, Mount Pleasant, S.C.
James M. Covey, Salem, N.J.
Anthony Blanquera Dela Rosa, Hanahan, S.C.
John Hamilton DeLoach, Varnville, S.C.
Jason Ryan Dickinson, Manchester, Conn.
Matthew Paul Filzen, Morehead, N.C.
Andrew Frey, Atlanta, Ga.
Matt Frye, Alpharetta, Ga.
Jeff Gabor, Hampton, S.C.
Micha Gill, Daphne, Ala.
Christopher Robert Grabowski, Rockland, Md.
Christopher Lawrence Grady, Plainview, N.Y.
Daniel West Griffin, Columbia, S.C.
Jacob Charles Grill, Varnville, S.C.
Joseph Hamilton, Green Pond, S.C.
Nicholas William Hane, Palos Verdes, Calif.
John R. Haselbauer, Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.
Brian Edward Hayes, Hagerstown, Md.
Jason Christopher Hinkle, Hagerstown, Md.
John Isaac, Dallas, Texas
Samuel Douglas Joiner, Corryton, Tenn.
Matthew John Kaplan, West Chester, Ohio
James Knox, Greenwood, S.C.
Scott Gregory Koester, Weston, Fla.
Phil Lukens, Hinesville, Ga.
Jason Christopher MacConnell, Harrisburg, Pa.
Hollis Bradford Mallory, LaGrange, Ga.
Michael Frederick Mattes, Fort Mill, S.C.
Richard Joseph McCuan, II, Frisco, Texas
Philip Redding Meader, Mobil, Ala.
Ben Murchison, Daphne, Ala.
John Edward Muth, II, Salisbury, N.C.
Christopher Joseph Nastal, Cleveland, Ohio
Kyle Newell O'Donohoe, San Diego, Calif.
Richard Lee Ostrander, Cary, N.C.
Mark Perry, Bridgeton, Mo.
Sebastian Teobaldo Padron, San Antonio, Texas
Philip Palmer, Charleston, S.C.
Adam Allen Rosmond Paul, Mount Pleasant, S.C.
Eugene Gray Payne, IV, Longwood, Fla.
William Jerome Pomeroy, Plymouth, Mass.
Travis Evert Pride, Hickory, N.C.
Berat Shala, Pelham Bay, N.Y.
Abraham Carlos Samuel, Sumter, S.C.
Thomas Ross Sessions, Aiken, S.C.
Robin Anthony Stark, Lake Ridge, Va.
Jeremy Steffen, Elroy, Wisc.
Michael Paul Swanger, Hurlock, Md.
Matthew Dudley Verdin, Simpsonville, S.C.
David Adam West, Brentwood, Tenn.
James Wofford Wise, Columbia, S.C.

 

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