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  • 31 Aug 2018 14:51 | Anonymous

    The Middle Georgia Citadel Club will be hosting a tailgate for the 22 September football game against Mercer. We ask that you share with your fellow alumni, and friends!

    WHAT: Citadel vs. Mercer Football Game and Tailgate

    WHEN: Saturday, 22 September, starting at 1:30pm

    WHERE: Tailgate will be located directly behind the visitor section at Five Star Stadium, Mercer University, Macon, GA

    RSVP: Eventbrite – The Citadel Tailgate at Mercer Football Stadium

    DETAILS: Enjoy BBQ, Chicken, Brunswick Stew, Beer & Wine; $20 for adults, $5 for 10 & under. Kickoff is 4pm. Uniform of the day is Citadel Blue.

    Look forward to seeing you there. Go Dogs!

  • 09 Mar 2018 10:49 | Anonymous

    The Citadel has thousands of copies of past yearbooks that are in excess of archival needs. As part of a process to aid the school in finding good homes for these historical records and in raising money to help fund cadet programs, the Citadel Club of Charleston is working to sell and deliver these books to anyone that would like to purchase them. The Proceeds from this sale will go to a Citadel organization in need.

    Please help us support your school by filling your bookshelves! We have lots of most years but occasionally we won't have enough stock in some years, please be patient with us when filling orders. Delivery expected in 4-6 weeks with faster, onsite pickup. Please do not stop by without a scheduling an appointment for pickups. Call or email the club for all inquiries. Thank you!


    Use this link to purchase as many years as you'd like by adding them, one at a time, to your cart. If you have difficulty, call or email the club using the contact information below.

  • 27 Oct 2017 12:42 | Anonymous

    History Lecture on Big Red by Ted Curtis

    "Linked is the script outlining the evidence that the flag in the HAC is the flag that posted on 9 Jan on Morris Is to identify the cadet position to seafaring vessels. I am hopeful some of the Directors make use of it at club meetings to educate the alumni on what Big Red is and the evidence that supports its association with the SCCC. There is a urgent need to close ranks on the heritage of The Citadel and have alumni understand what some remembrances stand for in the historical context of the college. Big Red is both a mystery and/or misunderstood by many."

    Report Presentation Big Red Flag The Citadel Club of Charleston 17-10-27.pdf

    Report Presentation Big Red Flag The Citadel Club of Charleston 17-10-27 PowerPoint.pdf

  • 12 Jul 2017 13:25 | Anonymous

    Citadel Exchange Club

    July 12, 2017

    Col. Mark Bebensee, Associate Provost for Academic Affairs

    Citadel Highlights

    Curriculum Update

    Leadership Development

    College Mobility Study

    See the Slides Here

  • 04 Nov 2016 20:51 | Anonymous

    Attached is a PPT with the information I spoke about and the PPT specific to the hydroponics farm 

    STEM on Campus and the Hydroponic Shipping Containers

    Jennifer Albert, Ph.D.
    Director, The STEM Center of Excellence

    Assistant Professor, Zucker Family School of Education

  • 19 Sep 2016 18:53 | Anonymous

    Presentation Intelligence and Studies Program Charleston Area Alumni Breakfast 16-09-15.pdf

    Brochure Intelligence and Studies Program 16-09-15.jpg

    Carl J. Jensen, Ph.D.

    Professor and Director of the Intelligence & Security Studies Program

    Lieutenant Colonel (SCM)

    Immediate Past President, Society of Police Futurists International (2016-2017)

    The Citadel

    171 Moultrie Street

    Charleston, South Carolina 29409

    (843) 953-9680


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  • 25 Jul 2016 19:18 | Anonymous

    CITADEL NIGHT at The Joe | Tuesday, August 30th 

    All in The Citadel Family - Can you come out and support the school while having a great time at The Joe? Come on out!

    Download Flyer HERE

    The freshman and sophomores will be attending the RiverDogs game, while staff and upper class cadets have been extended an invite along with one guest. 

    Prior to the game there will be a performance by The Summerall Guards. The Regimental Commander will throw out the first pitch, and Cadets will present the colors while the choir members will perform the National Anthem. Throughout the evening there will be prizes and games for all Cadets in attendance. 

    We would like to ask you for your support to help cover the costs of the tickets for approximately 1,500 Cadets we have invited. 

    The following are the sponsorship breakdowns: 

    • $250- tickets for 50 Cadets (Cadet Sponsor)
    • $500- tickets for 100 Cadets (Squad Sponsor)
    • $1,000- tickets for 200 Cadets (Company Sponsor)
    • $2,500- tickets for 500 Cadets (Battalion Sponsor)
    • $5,000- tickets for 1,000 Cadets (Regimental Sponsor) 
    All businesses or individuals who sponsor the evening will receive 10 tickets and parking passes for the game, as well as video board recognition and P.A. announcements. 

    Any sponsors at the Company level or above will receive 20 tickets and VIP parking passes as well as video board recognition and P.A. announcements throughout the game with the ability to have a table display on the RiverDogs concourse. 

    Additionally, we welcome any donations of items or services to be used as door prizes for the Cadets.

    Call Will Senn, Sales Representative, if you want to support.

    Charleston RiverDogs

    843-577-3647 (p)

    843-723-2641 (f)

  • 31 Mar 2016 10:41 | Anonymous

    Citadel Events Management operates the Beach Club . There are three different memberships though which make an alumnus eligible to use the beach club outside of private rentals  (http://www.citadel.edu/root/beachclub-access-parking):

    • 1.      Citadel Brigadier Foundation: Bulldog, President, General, Chairman & Executive Levels
    • 2.      Citadel Foundation: Sword & Shako Circle, Palmetto Regiment, Dean's List, Gold Stars & Esprit de Corps
    • 3.      Citadel Alumni Association: CAA Lifetime Member

  • 20 Mar 2016 17:37 | Anonymous

    1st Lt. Ryan Rawl LEXINGTON - 1st Lt. Ryan Rawl, age 30, was killed in active military duty on Wednesday, June 20th, 2012, while serving in the South Carolina Army National Guard in Afghanistan. He was a first lieutenant in the 133rd MP Co. out of Timmonsville SC. Rawl is survived by wife, Katherine (Belknap) Rawl; daughter, Callie (age 4); son, Caleb (age 2); parents, Stanley and Diane Rawl; brother, Stan Rawl (Lyndsey); nephew, Hunter (age 4); niece, Hadley (age 1); and grandmothers, Eleanor Rawl and Bobbie Davis. He was predeceased by grandfathers, Andrew Lee Rawl and Bobby Leo Davis; and an aunt, Sherry Rawl. He graduated from Lexington High School in 2000. While there, Rawl was a member of the wrestling and football teams. He was also chosen to be sent as a representative to SC Boy's State. Upon graduation, he entered The Citadel as part of F-Troop Company. While attending The Citadel, he received the Mark Clark Award for his outstanding service on the Honor Court. He also enjoyed leading underclassmen in bible study. His major was Criminal Justice. After graduation from The Citadel, Rawl began work with the Richland County Sheriff Department as a deputy. During his time there he was awarded deputy of the quarter and deputy of the year for his region. His last assignment with the department was as a school resource officer at Crayton Middle School. In 2006, Ryan joined the SC National Guard. He was a member of Palmetto Military Academy class #59. The first unit he was assigned to was the 132nd MP Co. out of West Columbia. For a short time he served out of the 131st MP Co. out of Beaufort. As a platoon leader, he loved being a leader and was proud of his troops and the work they were doing. He deployed with the 133rd MP Co. out of Timmonsville. His active duty deployment began September 11th, 2011. He received numerous decorations and honors to include the Bronze Star, The Purple Heart, The Combat Action Badge, The SC Medal of Valor and The SC Meritorious Service Medal. The family would like to thank the community for the huge outpouring of love and support and ask that you continue to pray for families of the others that were killed, those that were injured and his unit remaining in Afghanistan. Memorials can be made to the Wounded Warrior Project in Ryan's name. The visitation will be held at Barr-Price Funeral Home in Lexington, SC on Friday, June 29th from 5 7 pm. The address is 609 Northwood Road, Lexington, SC 29072. The funeral service will be held at Saxe Gotha Presbyterian Church in Lexington on Saturday, June 30th at 10 am. The address is 5503 Sunset Boulevard, Lexington, SC 29072. The burial will follow at Mount Herman Baptist Church in Pelion, SC. The address is 1845 Cedar Creek Rd, Pelion, SC 29123. Online register at barr-price.com 803-356-4411

    - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/thestate/obituary.aspx?pid=158258815#sthash.6BUSKp0f.dpuf


    Army 1st Lt. Ryan D. Rawl

    Died June 20, 2012 Serving During Operation Enduring Freedom

    30, of Lexington, S.C.; assigned to 133rd Military Police Company, 51st Military Police Battalion, Florence, S.C.; died June 20 in Khost, Afghanistan, of wounds caused by small-arms fire and an improvised explosive device. Also killed were Army Sgt. John D. Meador II and Army Sgt. 1st Class Matthew B. Thomas.

    S.C. Guard names soldiers killed in bomb attack

    By Susanne M. Schafer

    The Associated Press

    COLUMBIA, S.C. — Three South Carolina Army National Guard soldiers were killed and five wounded in an attack by a suicide bomber in Afghanistan on June 20, officials say.

    Maj. Gen. Robert Livingston identified the three killed as 1st Lt. Ryan Rawl of Lexington, 30; Sgt. 1st Class Matthew Thomas of Easley, 30; and Spc. John Meador of Columbia, 36.

    Livingston, the state’s adjutant general, would not identify the five wounded.

    The guardsmen were serving with the 133rd Military Police Company, based in Timmonsville. The unit was activated last year and due to return home in August.

    “These men died serving their country and I want to express my deepest sympathy and condolences to their families, who are the unsung heroes of our war effort,” Livingston said in a statement. “These deaths are grim reminders that our military, to include our South Carolina National Guard, is still in active defense of our country. We are privileged to have such heroes in our midst.”

    Livingston says the suicide bomber attacked the soldiers in the city of Khost, about 90 miles southeast of Kabul. The attack claimed 21 lives in all. The assailant detonated his explosives in the packed marketplace as he approached Afghan and U.S. soldiers at the traffic control point, said Baryalai Wakman, a spokesman for the Khost provincial government.

    Livingston said the deaths were the first connected to a South Carolina Guard unit in Afghanistan since October 2010, when Staff Sgt. Willie Harley of Aiken and Sgt. Luther Rabon Jr. of Lexington died in Paktika province when their vehicle struck a roadside bomb.

    Rawl had served with the Richland County Sheriff’s Department since 2005, according to Sheriff Leon Lott.

    “Rawl was willing to stand up to protect and serve; it was with that same pride he did so in his military uniform. He was an example to men and women who wear the uniform everywhere,” Lott said in a statement.

    Rawl graduated from The Citadel and worked as a patrolman and later as a resource officer at Crayton Middle School in Columbia.

    Livingston said the mission of the South Carolina unit was to train members of the Afghan police.

    The unit deployed 170 soldiers to Afghanistan in November 2011.

    Livingston said 16 members of the South Carolina National Guard have died in combat operations in Afghanistan and Iraq since 2003.

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