Welcome to Dartmouth College Uniformed Service Alumni: a shared interest alumni group for Armed Service members and their families. 

We are a non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to promoting the ideals of service at Dartmouth and supporting all those who put on a uniform in the defense of their country.

We invite all members of the Dartmouth Community -- from the college or grad schools, alumni or faculty, service members or their families -- to join with us and ensure that the Long Green Line of Dartmouth military alumni continues to follow the trajectory of service, wherever it may lead.


Club Update

Clint Gardner D'44 named 2014 Recipient of the James Wright Award for Distinguished Service
We are very proud to announce that the 2014 James Wright Award for Distinguished Service will be presented to Clinton Gardner '44, wounded World War II Veteran, author, businessman, and humanitarian. Please join us for our Veterans Day Banquet on Sunday 9 November at the Hanover Inn to celebrate Clint and enjoy a night of festivities. Tickets will go on sale soon.

SAVE THE DATE: Veterans Day Banquet
SAVE THE DATE: DUSA's annual Veterans Day Banquet will be held on Sunday, 9 November 2014 at the Hanover Inn starting at 5:30PM. Festivities include the presentation of the James Wright Award for Distinguished Service, a silent auction, cocktails, dinner, ceremonies, dancing, and music. Proceeds benefit Semper Fi Fund and Project VetCare. Special guest: Maj Gen. Melvin Spiese, USMC, Commanding General, 1st Marine Expeditionary Brigade.

Please fill out DUSA New Member Form
We want to learn more about our members!  To join the DUSA membership roster please fill out our New Member Form available on the Join tab at DUSA.Dartmouth.org/Join.  Those who have not yet joined may apply for membership using the same form.

Self-guided war-memorial tour now online!
Click the "Memorials" tab on the top toolbar to download campus maps, read detailed commentary, view pictures, and see transcriptions of each of Dartmouth's war monuments.  There you will also find a complete roster of Dartmouth's war dead.  There we mark the price of freedom.

  

Upcoming Events

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

CIA Deputy Director Michael Morell @ Dickey Center
Mr. Morell is one of the country’s most renowned national security professionals, most recently serving as Deputy Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, and twice as its Acting Director. In his over thirty years at the Agency, he played a central role in the United States’ fight against terrorism, its initiatives to halt the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, and its efforts to respond to trends that are altering the international landscape—including the Arab Spring, the rise of China, and the cyber threat. Event info here.

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Ambassador Thomas Shannon, Jr. in DC
Co-hosted with the Department of Government and the Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy. Thomas A. Shannon, Jr. was appointed Counselor of the Department by Secretary Kerry on December 24, 2013. Ambassador Shannon had served briefly as Senior Advisor to the Secretary following his return in September from Brazil, where he served as United States Ambassador for nearly four years. He is a Career Ambassador in the Senior Foreign Service of the United States. Ambassador Shannon is only the seventh Foreign Service Officer to hold the position of Counselor since World War II, and the first in 32 years. Event info here.

Friday, October 17, 2014

Homecoming Parade and Bonfire
Join other members of the Dartmouth Uniformed Service Alumni behind the DUSA banner at this year's alumni parade and bonfire on the Green. Stay warm with the spark of the Dartmouth spirit. Friday, October 17, 2014. 7:30pm-10:00pm. Dartmouth Green. Information on DUSA-specific events to follow. Event details here.

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Phil Klay D'05, USMC, Creative Writing Event
Redeployment by DUSA member Phil Klay takes readers to the frontlines of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, asking us to understand what happened there, and what happened to the soldiers who returned. Join him with the Dartmouth English Department for a creative writing event, Thursday, October 23, 2014 @ 4:00pm in the Wren Room, Sanborn House. Event details here.

Thursday, November 06, 2014

Dr. Chris King: International Environmental Security
In partnership with the Rockefeller Center For Public Policy: Environmental security posits that there are human induced changes to the Earth’s environment of such a magnitude that they represent threats to the peace and security of the world. Stated simply, the environmental changes have the potential to deny basic human needs to billions of people. This lecture by Dr. Chris King, Dean of the US Army Command and General Staff College, will examine the path that leads to environmental issues becoming security and defense concerns.