Missouri S&T’s Army ROTC to be Color Guard for Cardinals game

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On April 14, 2014

Students from the U.S. Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) Stonehenge Battalion at Missouri University of Science and Technology will serve as Color Guard on Saturday, April 26, at the St. Louis Cardinals baseball game at Busch Stadium in St. Louis.

The Missouri S&T students will participate in the pre-game ceremonies on Saturday, prior to the game’s 3:05 p.m. start. The Color Guard will carry the National Color and other flags appropriate to its position in the chain of command.

The game will be the Cardinals’ first regular season home game versus the Pittsburgh Pirates. The Stonehenge Battalion is selling discounted tickets to the game for $25. The tickets are for seats in section 446 Infield Terrace and have a $40 face value. To buy tickets, contact Vickie Baker, administrative assistant in Army ROTC at S&T, at 573-341-4744.

The Stonehenge Battalion is led by Lt. Col. Theodore Read, professor of military science at S&T. The following students will be part of the April 26 Color Guard:

Austin Wilhelm, a junior in mining engineering from Chillicothe, Ill.

Stonewall Tyler, a senior in electrical engineering from Clarksville, Mo.

Adam Pastor, a freshman in undergraduate studies from St. Robert, Mo.

Samuel Sutton, a senior in history from Rolla, Mo.

Mary Ponzer, a senior in ceramic engineering from Salem, Mo.

Jeremy Roznowski, a senior in electrical engineering from St. Peter’s, Mo.

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