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BYU Army ROTC to host four-star general April 10

Part of annual Military Ball activities

A four-star general in the United States Army will be the guest speaker at the annual military ball for the Brigham Young University Army ROTC members Saturday, April 10, at 7 p.m. in the Wilkinson Center Ballroom on the BYU campus.

Gen. Kevin P. Byrnes has served as commander of the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command since Nov. 17, 2002.

Army ROTC members and distinguished guests are invited to attend the ball, which serves as the closing social function of the year for the cadets.

Dinner, music, an address from Byrnes and the commissioning of cadets moving into the Army will take place.

For more information, contact Jared Jensen at (801) 422-4931 or Noel Namauu at (801) 422-3063.

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