LDAC Public Affairs to host live-stream broadcast of Graduation and Commissioning Ceremony

U.S. Army photo by Heather Cortright.

U.S. Army photo by Heather Cortright.

The Operation Warrior Forge Public Affairs Office is scheduled to host a live-stream broadcast July 19 of the graduation and commissioning ceremony for 5th and 6th Regiment Reserve Officers’ Training Corps Cadets at the 2013 Leader Development and Assessment Course on Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash.

The live-stream broadcast is scheduled to kick off at approximately 9 a.m. PST, on the Operation Warrior Forge Ustream channel at https://www.ustream.tv/channel/LDAC/2013.

During the hour-long ceremony, Cadets will be recognized for their hard work and dedication following completion of the Army’s vehicle for ROTC leadership development. The 29-day leadership-infused training exercise is the Army’s largest intra-continental training exercise and one of the final steps for Cadets prior to entering the Army as commissioned officers.

Visit the 2013 LDAC WordPress,Twitter, Flickr, Smugmug, Youtube, Ustream, and Facebook pages to view our comprehensive 5th and 6th Graduation and Commissioning Ceremony coverage and come back throughout the summer to view this year’s expanded coverage of the Army’s largest intra-continental training exercise. Any updates or changes to the ceremony coverage schedule will be posted to the 2013 LDAC Facebook page along with details on where to find more information. 

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3 responses to “LDAC Public Affairs to host live-stream broadcast of Graduation and Commissioning Ceremony

  1. I can’t wait to watch my grandson, Cadet Paul Veloff graduate tomorrow. There are no words to express my gratitude for you keeping everyone informed on how their loved ones did during this training. Well done!

  2. I am trying to access the graduation video streaming, but the site says it is not available. Can you help?

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