Norwich Heroes FREE for Veteran’s Day

Norwich Heroes

  In honor of Veteran’s Day the Kindle version of Norwich Heroes will be FREE for the next 48 hours. Enjoy the book, spread the word, and consider leaving a thoughtful review on Amazon if you decide to download it. Essayons! – Randy           UPDATE: Below pics added Friday, November 13th.

5 Tips for Parents of Norwich Cadets


You don’t have to wait for Rook Recognition, Junior Ring Ceremony, or graduation to be proud. Be proud now. Less than 1% of the American population serves in the U.S. Military. Even fewer college age kids across the country would ever consider challenging themselves with something like four years in the Norwich University Corps of Cadets. That’s a sign that your Cadet has some courage and you probably did something right in raising them.

Night Rider Friday

1926 War Whoop

In honor of Rook arrival next Monday (Norwich class of 2019) let’s make today Night Rider Friday! The archives recently published an excerpt from the 1927 Guidon that sheds slight on the Night Riders’ early days. This is the #1 most visited page on my website for 4 years running: Norwich Flashback: The Royal Order […]

Norwich Ranger in the ’93 Battle of Mogadishu – FREE


If you’re interested in a brief firsthand account of the 1993 Battle of Mogadishu from a ’89 Norwich Grad – Chalk 2 is FREE for the next few days. It you download it – consider leaving a review on Amazon when you’re finished reading. The reviews mean a lot for rankings and search results. Spread […]

Celebrating The Norwich University Corps of Cadets Ring


Gary Appleby ’90 recently created a Facebook Page celebrating the history of the Norwich University Corps of Cadets Ring and the alumni who wear it. The page also provides Corps alumni with a central location to share pictures and stories about their Rings. I’ve lost count of the number of loyal Corps grads who have uploaded pictures and […]

Real World Advice For Transitioning Veterans

Photo Credit - Ashley Lauren Perez

“Do you have any advice for me, as I’m about to finish college this summer and looking to enter the workforce? I’m hoping to translate intelligence analyst into business operations analyst type positions. I have a solid resume, and I honestly think I will be fine if I can get into an interview, but that’s its own hurdle. I also don’t want to undervalue myself by applying for a job below my level of experience. Thanks in advance for any advice or words of encouragement you could provide!” – “Joe”