Cadets of the Month
Cadet Stephen Hoeprich is Alpha Company’s Cadet of the Month for February 2014. Cadet Stephen Hoeprich, born November 18th 1994, hails from Amsterdam, NY. Cadet Hoeprich is consistently one of the most motivated Cadets in Alpha Company and serves as an exemplary role model to his peers. Cadet Hoeprich went above and beyond the MSII level with his role as 2nd squad leader. His ability to keep accountability, motivate squad members, and make quick decisions demonstrate his strong leadership capabilities. CDT Hoeprich also arrives at every workout session and training event ready to work. An avid musician, camping, and cooking enthusiast, Cadet Hoeprich studies electrical engineering at Union College and hopes to receive a commission to the Corps of Engineers upon graduation. Cadet Hoeprich plays trombone in the orchestra, jazz band, and pep band at Union College. He also sings in the Union College choir. Cadet Hoeprich’s work ethic, volunteerism, and warrior spirit reflect great credit upon him, Alpha Company, Union College, and the Mohawk Battalion.
CDT Jessica Cook has been Awarded CDT of the Month for February due to her unparalleled motivation and personal drive to improve herself as a Leader and as a person of great character. CDT Cook continuously exemplifies the Army Values and maintains a high standard of excellence throughout all Mohawk Battalion events. CDT Cook is known to always be ready and willing to volunteer her time to better the company. She can be found participating in even the most unpopular color guards and lengthy Debronsky details. Being in exceptional shape CDT Cook is a top performing at PRT and consistently scores on the extended scale for the APFT. For these reasons CDT Cook is a role model for not only Bravo Company, but all of the Mohawk Battalion and even though she does not study ay RPI we can definitely consider her as one of our own.
CDT Wasee Fenix is Charlie Company's Cadet of the Month. CDT Fenix has proven to his peers and subordinates that he is worthy of distinction as he has caught the eye of many through his hard work discipline. CDT Fenix, from Queens NY, is an MSI/II who recently joined ROTC following his dream of entering the United States Army. He is proud to be a part of something bigger than himself, and as a criminal justice major, he hopes to continue his service to his country after the Army with a career in the FBI.