First Physical Evidence of Gulf War Illness Discovered in Veterans' Brains
March 20, 2013
First Veteran Leaders' Scholarship Goes to Obama White House Fellow
February 28, 2013
Georgetown's Center for Public & Nonprofit Leadership awards its first scholarship for leaders working on behalf of veterans to White House Fellow Rodney Lewis.
Veteran, Activist Awarded Public Policy Scholarship, Featured in Film
November 9, 2012
From serving in Iraq to being a body double in a film directed by Jennifer Aniston and other actresses about the impact of breast cancer, U.S. Army soldier Margaret (Maggie) Smith (G’13) has had anything but a typical life.
Paraplegic Naval Academy Graduate Pursues Georgetown Law Degree
November 8, 2012
When Kevin Hillery (L’15) enrolled at the U.S. Naval Academy, he dreamed of eventually becoming a Navy SEAL, one of the U.S. military’s elite special operations forces.
Med School Grad to Follow Legacy as Blue Angels Surgeon
October 3, 2012
Mark DeBuse (M’09) will combine his love of flight and medicine when he becomes the new flight surgeon for the Navy’s Flight Demonstration Squadron known as the "Blue Angels" next month.
First Double Amputee Army Commander Acts in Battleship Movie
July 23, 2012
Col. Gregory Gadson (G'09), the Army's first double amputee to serve as commander of a garrison – located at Fort Belvoir in Virginia, stars in a summer action film.
Students, Alumni Win Tillman Military Scholarships for 2012-2013
July 9, 2012
David Dixon (G’15), a Marine Corps captain whose base came under attack during Operation Iraqi Freedom, is one of three Georgetown graduate students receiving scholarships from the Pat Tillman Foundation for the next academic year.
ROTC at Georgetown Picked as America’s Most Outstanding
March 2, 2012
Georgetown’s Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) programs have received the Outstanding ROTC Unit Award for the 2010-2011 school year.