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ALUMNUS TESTIMONIAL:
CPT ANDREW PATTERSON, USAR

Here is another testimonial from one of our former commanders, recently back from Afghanistan:

Pledging Pershing Rifles is not a decision to be taken lightly. It will change your life. It will affect how you identify yourself, the things you do with your time, the Military Officer you are poised to become, and ultimately the adult you forge yourself into. I pledged Pershing Rifles in the fall of 2005. As a curious freshman, I was drawn in by the prospect of being accepted into a tight knit organization based on military values and high level training. A group of hardened individuals that were all best friends and conveniently located at the top of their respective classes; seemed like an organization I wanted to be a part of.

I honestly had no idea what I had gotten into.