MOAACC Good Deeds Foundation Supports 50 Years of Army ROTC at Florida Tech

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commemorating 50 years of training Florida Tech students to become Army Officers

Colonel Steve Bond, MOAACC 2nd Vice President and Army Liaison, left, presents a check to Dana Washington, Administrator of the Florida Tech ROTC General Fund, on behalf of the Good Deeds Foundation. The GDF funding is to support the FIT ROTC Panther Battalion cadets in commemorating 50 years of Army ROTC at the Florida Institute of Technology.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – The Good Deeds Foundation of the Military Officers Association of America Cape Canaveral Chapter (MOAACC) is helping to commemorate 50 years of training Florida Institute of Technology students to become Army Officers.

The GDF provided funds for the Cadet Panthers to commemorate and celebrate this milestone.

These funds will be used for refreshments at the 50-year commemoration ceremony, and for cadet homecoming tailgate activities in preparation for the Florida Tech Panthers to play the University of West Florida Argonauts on October 26.

CLICK HERE for more information on the Florida Tech Reserve Officers’ Training Corps commemoration and their homecoming activities.

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