Cadet Gerardo Flores is the recipient of the Purple Heart JROTC Leadership Award at the Banks County High School award ceremonies on May, 20, 2019. The award was presented by MOPH Chapter 531, patriot, Brian West (L), Program Director SFC John Wagenknecht (R)
Banks County High School held its Student Awards’ Ceremonies on May 21, 2018. Two young very deserving students were awarded the Purple Heart ROTC/JROTC Leadership Award, presented by MOPH Chapter 531 NE GA. Andrew Bertrang and Danielle Stephens were the winners. Both were very outstanding students as their names were called many times to receive various awards from other departments during the ceremonies.
Caleb Wiff receives a $500 award from Chapter 531, MOPH for the Spring semester at UGA. Caleb is a recipient of the Purple Heart.
Henry Lord (L) receives the MOPH, JROTC Leadership Award from Patriot Brian West (R), Chapter 531 at the Banks County High School, Awards’ Day, May 23, 2017. Henry is a rising junior. He has been the Cadet Staff Sgt. both his freshman and sophomore years. Rank and billets are assigned at the beginning of the school calendar year. His name was called on many other awards from within the JROTC Dept. Henry is a well deserving Leadership Award winner. Henry has been a life long resident of Banks County.
MOPH Chapter 531, Northeast Georgia, Commander, Brian West presents MOPH JROTC Leadership award to Sgt.1st Class, Samuel Davidson of the Banks County High School, JROTC, on Awards Day held on 05-16-2016 at Banks County High School. In addition to Samuel Davidson being an exceptional cadet and student, Samuel is an outstanding athlete. Just days before these ceremonies Samuel finished in 9th Place in the Georgia State two mile run competition. The Banks County High School JROTC program is commanded by CW4, Army Retired, Chief James PorterType your paragraph here.
MOPH 531 presents Cadet Robert Ledford (L) Cadet Alexa Berry (R) with Junior ROTC awards.
It is with pleasure that Chapter 531, Military Order of the Purple Heart announces the inaugural recipient of the Northeast Georgia, MOPH scholarship. Maria Munoz has been awarded $500 for the Spring semester. Maria is a Junior at the University of Georgia, majoring in Anthropology. She plans to attend graduate school in Cultural Anthropology upon the completion of her undergraduate degree. Maria grew up in a military family. Her father was in the Army and later in the Coast Guard. Maria was an E-4 in the Air Force, with an MOS in operations intelligence. She was stationed in Korea with the 607th Air Operations Center, then in Germany with the 52nd Operations Support Squadron. While in Germany she went to…