Six engineers among ROTC cadets receiving military commissions

Six engineers among ROTC cadets receiving military commissions

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Justin Humphrey (right), who graduate this spring with a degree in civil engineering, recently received his military commission as a second lieutenant in the Air Force. He is one of six 2020 Nebraska Engineering graduates and ROTC cadets to receive commissions.
Justin Humphrey (right), who graduate this spring with a degree in civil engineering, recently received his military commission as a second lieutenant in the Air Force. He is one of six 2020 Nebraska Engineering graduates and ROTC cadets to receive commissions.

Six recent graduates of the College of Engineering were among the 26 University of Nebraska-Lincoln ROTC cadets who became officers in the military upon receiving their commissions May 8-12.

The six Nebraska Engineering graduates (listed below) included three from mechanical engineering, two from civil engineering and one from construction management. Five of those cadets were commissioned in the Air Force and one in the Army.

ENGINEERING CADETS RECEIVING 2020 COMMISSIONS

Civil Engineering

2nd Lt. Justin Matthew Humphrey, Papillion, Nebraska, Air Force.

2nd Lt. Jacob Timothy Sweeney, Lincoln, Nebraska, Air Force.

Construction Management

2nd Lt. Hope LaRae Hasslen, Ortonville, Minnesota, Army.

Mechanical Engineering

2nd Lt. Ann Meijia Belfiore, Omaha, Nebraska, Air Force.

2nd Lt. Austin James Van Velson, Seward Nebraska, Air Force.

2nd Lt. Quintin Lee Wayman, Glenwood, Iowa, Air Force.





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