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A Reflection on The Fall Semester

As we approach the conclusion of the fall semester and the end of 2015, it is now an appropriate time to look back upon a successful year for the Squadron 6 family.

Every level of the outfit has gone through successful changes this semester. Leadership of the outfit has successfully transitioned from Matthew Treviño to Jacqueline Kingsley.

The classes of 2017 and 2018 have effectively assumed leadership over the outfit’s vital day-to-day operations and training. The class of 2019 has made the outfit proud through overcoming all of the challenges that they have been put through thus far.

Moreover, this fall Squadron 6 has participated in everything from motivational experiences like ruck marches and log runs, to the everyday training times and workouts that are sharpening the freshman class’s physical and mental endurance. We have consistently displayed this outfit’s pride through the fall semester’s many march-in’s. We have improved the strength of our community through outfit BBQ’s and regular mentoring sessions. Most importantly, we have supported members of our outfit family as they prepare to lead men and women in all branches of our nation’s military.

Standing on the precipice of the past year and looking forward to the next, we hope that every member of the Squadron 6 family can look back on what the outfit has accomplished with pride. To the alumni, we want to thank you for your dependable yet vital support. Without you the current members of Squadron 6 would be cut off from the past successes and lessons that have forged this unit into what it is today. To the Parents, we want to express our deep gratitude for your unconditional support of your cadets. While we often do not thank you enough for the wisdom and provision that you supply, we also never forget that the values that you have instilled into us is at the core of how we have overcome adversity and handled success with honor and grace.

Haddon Hodge is a junior history & economics double major at Texas A&M, and this fall he will be working on Third Brigade Staff. Haddon's academic load often keeps him pretty busy, but in his free time he enjoys spending time with his buddies and serving in his local Church, (Grace Bible Church). If you would like to contact him, you can email him at

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