Cadets hear from Pentagon official during Boar’s Head Weekend

UNG cadets heard from Retired Col. Mark Mitchell, a high-level Pentagon leader, who shared valuable advice for their future careers during the fourth annual Boar’s Head Brigade-Corps Alumni Weekend held on the Dahlonega Campus Sept. 27-29.

The North Georgia Corps of Cadets Association (NGCCA) organizes the weekend as an opportunity for alumni and other prominent business people to share their expertise with cadets.

Col. Joseph Matthews giving a speach
Retired Col. Joseph Matthews, commandant of cadets, was the DMS Review keynote speaker.
Former and current cadet side by side
Former and current cadets networked throughout the weekend.
Men holding a framed award
Former Commandant Retired Col. Tom Palmer ’73 received an Honorary Life Membership in the NGCCA from Chairman Jeff Dill ’85, Chairmen Emeriti John Douglas ’64 and Alan Ware ’77.
Cadets shaking hands
Distinguished Military Students were recognized.
Boar’s Head Brigade at the DMS Review.
Retired Col. Wayne Dill and wife Mimi at the DMS dinner.
The DMS Review honors high-achieving senior cadets.
The entire Corps of Cadets attended Friday’s First Call.
DMS cadets and their families enjoyed a reception and dinner in their honor.
UNG Golden Eagle Band at the Military Awards Review.