Army coins, a military tradition, come to Augusta University

Military coins are like a photo album to the men and women in uniform. For every coin, there’s a story of accomplishment. Now, the Augusta University ROTC cadets have their own coin, and they fought hard to get it.

“This coin represents a family who worked very hard to achieve their mission,” said Lt. Col. Danielle Rodondi, chair of the Department of Military Science. Learn more about the new Augusta University coins and what they mean to Jaguar Nation’s cadets.

» Related: How Chris Han leads his fellow AU cadets by example 
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