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Honorable Barry W. Ashe Class of 1978

2023-03-22T09:35:05-05:00

Honorable Barry W Ashe (Tulane Naval ROTC 1978) is confirmed to the US District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana. Ashe was nominated by the President and experienced an easy Senate confirmation (20-1 vote).  A New Orleans native, Ashe served on the minesweeper USS Engage after commissioning in 1978. Post active duty Ashe returned to Tulane Law school. Before becoming a judge, he was a partner in the New Orleans office of Stone Pigman Walther Wittmann L.L.C., where his practice spanned a broad range of complex civil and commercial law matters, in both state and federal courts, at trial and [...]

Honorable Barry W. Ashe Class of 19782023-03-22T09:35:05-05:00

Ron Drez (62)

2019-04-11T19:12:13-05:00

Author and historian, Ron Drez, will be leading a tour of France in conjunction of the 75th Anniversary of D-Day. Ron served as Company Commander Hotel 2/5 1968 (VietNam). He is President of Stephen Ambrose Historical Tours having served both as friend and associate of the distinguished, late historian. He has written many articles for military history magazines and is a contributing author and editor to the Encyclopedia Britannica web site for its Normandy feature. http://www.ronalddrez.com/ https://clarionherald.org/2018/12/12/a-wwii-history-lesson-that-never-gets-old/  

Ron Drez (62)2019-04-11T19:12:13-05:00

46th Annual Mardi Gras Drill Meet Won by Texas A&M

2020-05-03T15:50:47-05:00

Our Battalion conducted another successful Mardi Gras drill meet March 1,2019. Twenty six teams competed with Texas A&M coming in first, Norwich University second and USMA West Point at third. “I hope that each competing unit walks away with the realization that practice and commitment do, in fact, pay off in very rewarding ways,” said Tulane NROTC unit Commanding Officer, Capt. Daniel Senesky. “For the Tulane Midshipman Battalion, I hope that they, too, recognize that the long hours spent planning and coordinating the many facets of this event were well worth it.” “The number one focus of the Mardi Gras [...]

46th Annual Mardi Gras Drill Meet Won by Texas A&M2020-05-03T15:50:47-05:00

Honorary Lifetime Membership Award

2019-11-24T08:27:45-06:00

At Homecoming, The Honorary Lifetime Membership Award was presented to Captain Patrick Huete for his constant and unfailing support of the Alumni Association during his tenure as the Professor of Naval Science. Humbled and honored described Captain Huete as he was awarded the plaque. He felt it was a privilege to be able to be at Tulane University and was thrilled to have an opportunity to spend a part of his Naval career in his hometown.

Honorary Lifetime Membership Award2019-11-24T08:27:45-06:00

Letter to the Alumni from Captain Patrick Huete

2019-08-26T16:01:31-05:00

As I reflect on the four years I spent as PNS I am very grateful for the opportunity to have led such a talented group of midshipmen and staff, both uniform and civilian. There was no better way to wind up my career, working a great job in the city I love. Tulane NROTC is truly unique, and my interactions with other units throughout my tour only reinforced my belief in this fact. Shrimp and crawfish boils, Carnival parades, the Mardi Gras Drill Meet, and the Run for the Fallen are just some of the events that separate the [...]

Letter to the Alumni from Captain Patrick Huete2019-08-26T16:01:31-05:00

Naval ROTC Homecoming 2018

2019-04-16T15:08:07-05:00

Our association hosted a Homecoming Party at the Navy Building on Friday afternoon, November 9, 2018. The event was a catered affair that had alumni sharing stories and enjoying camaraderie. The Class of 1993 had a great turnout of alumni and was thrilled to be with one another again. Several attendees decided to become lifetime members. The business portion of the meeting saw the approval of the slate of board members and an address by the association president. The new alumni website was unveiled with many thanks to Tom Dolan for his hard work. Next, the new Commanding Officer, [...]

Naval ROTC Homecoming 20182019-04-16T15:08:07-05:00
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