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Friday, November 19, 2010

Branches for USMA '11






Here
is a summary of the branch results for USMA '11 as reported by AOG.

Infantry
230 personnel as primary branch
38 personnel as detailed branch
First person to go Infantry was ranked #1 in the class

Engineers
136 personnel as primary branch
12 personnel detailed to another branch
29 females
First person to go Engineers was ranked #4 in the class

Field Artillery
147 personnel as primary branch
4 personnel as detailed branch
5 females
First person to go FA not available

Armor
83 personnel as primary branch
30 personnel as detailed branch
First person to go Armor not available

Aviation
114 personnel as primary branch
no details in or out
17 females
First person to go Aviation was ranked #2 in the class

Air Defense Artillery
51 personnel as primary branch
30 personnel detailed to another branch
6 females
First person to go ADA not available

Military Intelligence
69 personnel as primary branch
30 personnel detailed to another branch
13 females
First person to go MI was ranked #7 in the class

Signal Corps
46 personnel as primary branch
9 personnel detailed to another branch
5 females
First person to go Signal was ranked #27 in the class

Ordnance Corps (I like them)
41 personnel as primary branch
10 females
First person to go OD not available

Quartermaster Corps
30 personnel as primary branch
21 females
First person to go QM not available

Adjutant General Corps
29 personnel as primary branch
23 females
First person to go AJC was ranked #26 in the class

Transportation Corps
24 personnel as primary branch
8 females
First person to go TC not available

Military Police
20 personnel as primary branch
14 females
First person to go MP not available

Medical Service Corps
20 personnel as primary branch
13 females
First person to go MS not available

Chemical Corps
11 personnel as primary branch
9 females
First person to go with the crossed retorts on a benzene ring not available

Finance Corps
7 personnel as primary branch
3 females
First person to go FI not available

Also, branched somewhere above but elegible for Medical School (and the Medical Corps)
were 14 men and 5 women.

Combat Arms = 773 before adding detailed members, 812 including detailed members

The above information drawn from a report by J. Phoenix in AOG's Gray Matter.

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