14 ROTC Cadets to be Commissioned at Florida Tech May 4; Six from Brevard County
MELBOURNE, FLA.—Fourteen U.S. Army cadets will receive commissions as second lieutenants at Florida Institute of Technology May 4 and will receive their bachelor’s degrees at commencement on May 5.
They are, from Brevard County: Matthew L. Cooper, communication major, Field Artillery Corp, Rockledge; Michael S. McCarty, interdisciplinary science major, Infantry, Palm Bay; Christopher M. Park, electrical engineering major, Signal Corps, Cocoa; Adam N. Paulauskas, humanities major, Medical Service Corps, Cape Canaveral; Shane A. Winnings, aviation management major, Quartermaster’s Corps, Rockledge; and Dane R. Wright, master’s in business administration, Field Artillery Corps, Melbourne.
Also to be commissioned are: Nicholas J. Bregenzer, aeronautical science major with flight, Aviation Corps, Hopewell, N.J.; Joshua A. Chambers, interdisciplinary science major, Infantry Corps, Enfield, Conn.; Jeremy A. Deorsey, interdisciplinary science major, Quartermaster Corps, Whitinsville, Mass.; Aaron J. Globeck, interdisciplinary science major, Air Defense Artillery, Hubbard, Ohio; Chelsea H. Heath, aviation management major, Field Artillery Corps, Littleton, N.H.; Joshua B. Lantrip, Interdisciplinary science major, Adjutant General’s Corps, Cape Coral, Fla.; John A. Temple, construction management major, Engineer Corps, Boca Raton, Fla.; John A. Vetter Jr., business administration major, Field Artillery Corps, Cape Coral, Fla.