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Cadet Staff SCUSA65
Command Team
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Name: Christopher Kelly
 
Class: 2014
 
Major: American Politics and Russian
 
SCUSA Position: Commander
 
What I like about SCUSA: This conference is an excellent opportunity to explore civil military relations first hand. It is also a memorable event that brings people from all over together to build relationships that will last a lifetime.
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Name: Marion Wiedemann
 
Class: 2015
 
Major: Psychology with Pre-Med
 
SCUSA Position: Chief of Staff
 
What I like about SCUSA: I like meeting new people and getting to see everyone discussing such important events for our nation’s future.
 
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Name: MJ Cantrell
 
Class: 2014
 
Major: American Politics and Arabic
 
SCUSA Position: Command Sergeant Major
 
What I like about SCUSA: What I look forward to seeing in SCUSA is an open dialogue between my civilian and military peers on some of the key issues facing the United States today.
Primary Staff
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Name: Kelsey Cochran
 
Class: 2015
 
Major: American Politics and Law
 
SCUSA Position: Personnel and Registration Officer
 
What I like about SCUSA: I think SCUSA generates productive discourse between students from a wide-range of backgrounds.
 
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Name: Kirby Ammons
 
Class: 2015
 
Major: American History and American Politics, Policy and Strategy
 
SCUSA Position: Security Officer
 
What I like about SCUSA: SCUSA is a remarkable conference that pulls people from all over the world into a closed environment to critically analyze problems and present solutions. The friendships, learning, and opportunities are unique and significant towards developing future leaders for our nation.
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Name: Cort Thompson
 
Class: 2015
 
Major: Information Technology
 
SCUSA Position: Operations Officer
 
What I like about SCUSA: In my opinion, SCUSA is one of the most valuable outreach programs the United States Military Academy conducts.  It is a gathering of brilliant young minds coming together to discuss the issues the world faces, and breaches the Civil-Military barrier at the same time.  The conference is an excellent opportunity to establish relationships on both sides of the population, and to foster trust and understanding between the civilian governance and the military defense force committed to protecting the nation.
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Name: Kyle Fredrickson
 
Class: 2015
 
Major: American Politics and Economics
 
SCUSA Position: Supply Officer
 
What I like about SCUSA: I like seeing the interaction between the civilians and military personnel as they build new relationships and bridge the civil military relation gap.
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Name: Colin Mansfield
 
Class: 2014
 
Major: American Politics
 
SCUSA Position: Public Affairs Officer
 
What I like about SCUSA: Networking opportunities while focusing on important issues with future world leaders.
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Name: Zach Short
 
Class: 2014
 
Major: Information Technology
 
SCUSA Position: Information Systems Officer
 
What I like about SCUSA: SCUSA allows students from all over the United States to come together and discuss pertinent issues to US Affairs today and in the future.
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Name: Hunter Meyers
 
Class: 2014
 
Major: American Politics and Foreign Area Studies: Europe
 
SCUSA Position: CPOC Coordinator
 
What I like about SCUSA: The coordination between military and civilian personnel from around the world in order to create effective change and gain a greater understanding of the world in which we live.
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Name: Lance Borrow
 
Class: 2015
 
Major: International Relations and Military History
 
SCUSA Position: Transportation Officer
 
What I like about SCUSA: I like SCUSA because it is an opportunity for the future leaders of the United States to discuss real issues that the country, and later they, will be dealing with.
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Name: Alec Chosewood
 
Class: 2016
 
Major: International Relations and Spanish
 
SCUSA Position: Task Force Commander
 
What I like about SCUSA: I like that I get to interact with students and leaders from across the nation to work on challenging and important academic questions.