Front & Center News from Fork Union Military Academy–February 20, 2017

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Stories in this issue:

  • New 3D Printer to aid robotics team and STEM students
  • Academic Honors for Term 3
  • PHOTO ESSAY: Charlie Company earns Winning Company Leave
  • John Denison speaks in chapel service as part of the Christian Leadership Series
  • Kids around campus
  • Members of band to travel to Military Band Festival this week
  • Fork Union Alumni Doing Great Things
  • Guidance Office to hold "Let's Talk..." session on careers in aviation
  • Remembering Erin
  • PHOTO ESSAY: Friday Lunch
Rebecca Stinson (left) and Ellen Melton (2nd from left) of our Business Office delivered donations of snacks for students attending Fluvanna County's West Central Primary School who have no mid-morning snack provided by their family.

New 3D Printer to aid robotics team and STEM students

The Perkins Technology Center at Fork Union Military Academy recently added some exciting new technology to the campus with the addition of a new Ultimaker 2 Extended+ 3D printer. This remarkable device creates three-dimensional objects layer by layer using plastic filament, based on computer-encoded design instructions.

Just as the printing press revolutionized the world in 1440, 3D printing is predicted by futurologist Jeremy Rifkin to usher in a third industrial revolution, replacing the assembly line method of production with this new form of "additive manufacturing." First developed in 1984, in recent months and years, 3D printing has become more accessible with printers such as the Ultimaker making the technology available and easy at much lower costs than just a decade ago.

Using this new Ultimaker 3D printer, the robotics team will be able to design and manufacture custom parts, mathematics students will be able to create complex geometric shapes, and STEM students will be able to have hands-on experience with this cutting edge technology.

In early tests, the new printer produced small models and geometric shapes, chess pieces, and a custom-machined clamp with a precision-threaded bolt. Once our students begin to use this technology to craft parts for a robot or to fabricate complex designs, the 3D printer will be able to produce whatever their imaginations can conceive.

The Ultimaker will be able to craft three-dimensional objects from a variety of materials, including polyactide thermoplastic (PLA), Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS)—the same thing Legos are made from, and several other types of thermoplastic.

Curious to see how this thing actually does what it does? We've included below a timelapse video of a similar Ultimaker 3D printer at work fabricating a scale model of the Eiffel Tower to give you an idea of just how a 3D printer works.

Biology class at work studying frogs

Academic Honors for Term 3

Congratulations to all those cadets earning academic honors for the grading term. The Academy recognizes "Commendation" level performance for cadets earning an A average during the grading term. Cadets earning a B average in the grading term are recognized for "Citation" level performance.

A cadet makes a classroom presentation using the Newline TruTouch interactive display provided by a grant from the Parents Association earlier this year

Cadets earning Academic Commendation (A Average)

Grade 7

Sulaimon Abubakar-Shidi (Sicklerville, NJ); Cade Cyrus (Fishersville, VA); Nathan Christopher Krammes (Palmyra, VA); Robel Lulseged (Alexandria, VA)

Grade 8

Daniel Joseph Bell (Waldorf, MD); Marcus Terrell Billingslea (Palmyra, VA); Holland Pim Biss (Scottsville, VA); Logan Aren French (Silver Spring, MD); Drue David Hackenberg (Palmyra, VA); Kirko Kirkov (Gainesville, VA); Drew Samuel Leydig (Fork Union, VA); Sean William Seabolt (Moseley, VA); Jackson Gary Simon (Arlington, VA); Benjamin Zhu (Cary, NC)

Grade 9

Xiaopeng Cao (Nanjing, China); Blake Edward Chiovaro (Palmyra, VA); Carter Glenn Crawford (Delaware, OH); Ford Thomas DeVault (Fork Union, VA); Krishawn Drayton Henry (Pembroke Pines, FL); Victor Keelan (Ellicott City, MD); Ze Yu Luo (BEIJING, China); Vaughn Lawrie Messner (Fairfax, VA); Kilian Olaf Olen (Davie, FL); Jae Seong Park (Daegu-si, South Korea); Thailan Pay (Herndon, VA); Aaron Michael Reese (Palmyra, VA); Jacob Blane Rhodes (Williamsburg, VA); Brennan Michael Stone (Dillwyn, VA); Michael Lane Tidwell (Westlake, OH); Abraham John Ullrich (Knoxville, TN); Azeem Saalim X Warthen (Durham, NC); Jacob Hunter Wood (Medford, NJ); Dylan Young (Great Falls, VA); Yinhao Zhang (Pottstown, PA); Luming Zhao (Capitol Heights, MD)

Grade 10

Shereef Hassan Alkhateeb (Rego Park, NY); Thomas Douglas Betters (Pittsford, NY); Ryan Ray Dynski (Palmyra, VA); Jared Christian Giszack (Fork Union, VA); Ahmed Ehab Ibrahim Moustafa Khalil (Cairo, Egypt); Yichen Li (Shenzhen, China); Linhao Liu (Shenzhen, China); William Joseph Lot (Erie, PA); Mark Blaine Marrs (Louisa, VA); John Bernard Meheen (Spring, TX); Daniel Scott Pendergrass (Mooresville, NC); Steven Adrian Smith (Beltsville, MD); Dontae Charles Thornton (Washington, DC); Jorge Ignacio Torres Fernández (Huixquilucan, Mexico); Zachary Witt Williams (Columbia, VA)

Grade 11

Matthew Armando Bazan (Orlando, FL); Alexander Thomas Birch (Fairfax, VA); Conrad Heath Cardie (Arvada, CO); Hieu Danh Dao (Pottstown, PA); Nathan Michael Disbrow (Richmond, VA); Nickolas Bryan Farrar (Palmyra, VA); David Jackson Greenspon (Fork Union, VA); Joshua James Henriques (West Nyack, NY); Donavan Isaiah Kolb (Glenview, IL); Lawrence Jacob Leary (Gwynn Oak, MD); Qiran Li (Changchun City, China); Hunter William McBride (Ft Lauderdale, FL); Hayden Thomas Miles (Palmyra, VA); William Cooper Minor (Williamsburg, VA); William Humphrey Pessaud (Alexandria, VA); Jacob Dylan Romero (Pawleys Island, SC); Zachary Michael Schwier (Warrenton, VA); Hunter Eddie Seymour (Mint Hill, NC); Alex Marcel Thomas, Jr (Birmingham, AL); Reynold Craig Walbrook (Glenn Dale, MD); Franklin Wallace (Alexandria, VA); Du Xiang (Changshu, China); Zhichao Xue (Tianjin, China); Zhicheng Zhang (Beijing, China)

Grade 12

Ozz Ben-David (Sherman Oaks, CA); Timothy Bolton (Mechanicsville, VA); Cong Minh Bui (Pottstown, PA); Quinn Martin Calahan (Manassas, VA); Ivy Cash, III (Woodbridge, VA); Dalton Daniel Fowler (Carrollton, TX); Brennon Eley Garrison (Orange, VA); Stephen Paul Hamilton (Midlothian, VA); Geon Woo Han (Chun Ahn, South Korea); Mohamed Amro Hassanin Abdel Aal (Cairo, Egypt); Michael Patrick Head (Roanoke, VA); Jonathan McDaniel Hegler (Hodges, SC); Dameon DeMarco Hite (Glen Allen, VA); Christopher Pemberton Kaulfers (San Francisco, CA); Samer Ehab Ibrahim Moustafa Khalil (Cairo, Egypt); Walker Albin Lander (Rockdale, IL); Dong Hun Lee (Seoul, South Korea); Graham Evan Luongo (Middle Village, NY); Andrew Charles Morris (Louisa, VA); Aaron Heath Pace, Jr. (Scottsville, VA); Detwon Shelton (Chesterfield, VA); Zachary Taylor Sheppard (Chesapeake, VA); Haotian Sun (Taiyuan, China); Mazen Sayed Farouk Elsayed Youssef (Cairo, Egypt); Wenan Zhao (Guangzhou, China); Xingjian Zhao (Pottstown, PA); Benjamin Henry Zwilling (Charlottesville, VA)


Blake Stuart Burdack (Melbourne, Australia); Lamont McManus (Waldorf, MD); Seth Jackson O’Neal (Westerville, OH); Stefan Packwood (Piscataway, NJ); Chido Rwakonda (Milford, PA); Reuben Chidubem Tabansi (Port Harcourt, Nigeria)

Cadets earning Academic Citation (B Average)

Grade 7

Julian Barberan (Paramus, NJ); Sa'eed Malik Dasher (Lancaster, CA); Gavin Alexander DeMorro (Palmyra, VA); Scott William Finch (Chesterfield, VA); Nikita Kostin (Brooklyn, NY); Kennedy Mark Lattimore (Bowie, MD); Jacob Theodore Sylvia (Charlotte, NC)

Grade 8

Henry Dzifa Asare (N. Chesterfield, VA); Moises Beraza (Miami, FL); Kehinde Chandler (Lake Worth, FL); Peter Chance Chira (Henrico, VA); Keaton Marvin Clark (Charlottesville, VA); Timothy Robert Cooper (Centerville, OH); Alexis Andres Cubillo Mendoza (Shawano, WI); Carl Midkiff Lay (Stafford, VA); Oliver Carl Nicholas Long (Madison, MS); Jackson Foster Manglicmot (Palmyra, VA); Miles Lloyd Byrd Mayfield (Brookline, MA); Denver Conrad Moore (Williamsburg, VA); Tommy Thanh-Thien Pham (Palmyra, VA); James Penidean Puaauli-Pelham (Fork Union, VA); Amaan Rahman (Centreville, VA); Gabriel Brian Stephens (Mechanicsville, VA); Cayden Gregory Williams (Gainesville, VA)

Grade 9

Luke Samuel Antesberger (Scottsville, VA); Nicholas Tavilan DiGuilio (Rhoadesville, VA); John Corey Fraser (Palmyra, VA); Luke Glen Gustafson (Palmyra, VA); Vincent Hobbs Hatch, Jr. (Indianapolis, IN); Elijah T Hawks (Richmond, VA); Chrishawn Donnell Hickman (Richmond, VA); Ian D. McGlamery (Winston-Salem, NC); Jack Yuichi Milazzo (Ponte Vedra Beach, FL); Austin McDowell O'Connor (Ruther Glen, VA); John Nathaniel Smith (Fork Defiance, VA); John Soler (Fairfax, VA); Trung Huu Tien Tran (Augusta, GA); Xavier Oneal White (Elk Grove, CA); Jiahao Xu (Pottstown, PA); Chasyn Rylan Yescas (Miami, FL)

Grade 10

Sean Michael Crothers (Scottsville, VA); Christian Ricky Downs (Baltimore, MD); Harrison James Duncan (Ivor, VA); Xavier Sahmad Frederick (Stafford, VA); Jonah Rashard Hamlin (Chester, VA); John William Henry (Moultrie, GA); Cameron James Hill (Louisa, VA); Omar Reynaldo Jones (Bowie, MD); Joshua Julien (Arlington, VA); Kaleb Guy Lewis (Newport, NC); Emerson Morgan Mabry (Brandywine, MD); Austin Charles McCusker (Stuart, FL); David Bradley Middleton (Parkersburg, WV); David William Muench (Fork Union, VA); Dominic Palko (Holly Springs, NC); John Pokorny (Southern Shores, NC); Iosefa Vaea Puaauli (Bremo Bluff, VA); Antonio Leuma Puaauli-Pelham (Fork Union, VA); Huiyu Qin (Fuzhou,Fujian, China); Trace Anthony Reuschling (Scottsville, VA); Christian Matthew Sansovich (Keswick, VA); Quenten E. Sargent (Hauser, ID); Michael Vincent Simoes (Providence, RI); Alec Robert Springsteen (Sparta, NJ); Zhi Tao (Woodbridge, CT); Jonathan F. Villain (Pembroke Pines, FL); Javion Chaz Watson (Alexandria, VA); Robert Douglas Wood (Goochland, VA); Xinyu Xing (Charlottesville, VA)

Grade 11

Cameron M. Armstrong (Richmond, VA); Peter Charles Awad (Aventura, FL); Yanhao Bao (, 226000); Phillip Moses Barrow, III (Oak Ridge, NC); Blake Bernstein (Bethesda, MD); Dalton Gray Clarke (Henrico, VA); Kyle Henry DeGarmo (Landsdowne, VA); Kaleb St. Clair Dressler (Troy, VA); Harrison Cole Drumheller (Franklin, VA); William Richard Ebright (Charleston, WV); Ebruba Etta (Silver Spring, MD); Anthony Gemma , III (York, PA); John Trajan Graves-Marchand (Arlington, VA); Jonathan Ademola Ilori (Colonial Heights, VA); Logan Michael Justice (Lewes, DE); Maurice Khoury (Fredericksburg, VA); YuLiang Li (Beijing, China); Brent Thomas Lowry (Palmyra, VA); Abel Lulseged (Alexandria, VA); Samuel Jones Marinace (Ocracoke, NC); Paul Douglas McCoy (Reston, VA); Charles Robert McGregor, III (Charlotte, NC); Jonathan Javier Muniz (Jersey City, NJ); Gus Arthur Polizos (Williamsburg, VA); Chandler Austin Ragland (Keswick, VA); Seth Stewart Robinson (Lexington, NC); Alec Schlink (Powhatan, VA); Luke Wilson (Louisa, VA); Julian Damon Yescas (Miami, FL); Boyuan Zhao (Tianjin, China)

Grade 12

Edmund Acevedo (Midlothian, VA); Oshari Asauan Baldwin (Carrboro, NC); Henry Branscome , III (Williamsburg, VA); De'Andre Jontez Brockington (Durham, NC); Desmond Ricardo Byrdsong (Fairfax, VA); David Peirce Cammack (Rehoboth Beach, DE); Benjamin Richard Chiovaro (Palmyra, VA); Juan Carlos Davis (Charlottesville, VA); Giovani Eric Desgrottes (Rogers, AR); Mathew John Dively (Alexandria, VA); Micah Benjamin Giszack (Fork Union, VA); Jacob Howard Grabeel (Gordonsville, VA); Andrew Donavan Hawley (McLean, VA); Nicholas Adrian Heath (Midlothian, VA); Michael Jared Hershey (Toano, VA); Andrew Adam Hill (New Albany, OH); Yu Huan (SHANGHAI, China); Denzel Hunter-Shaw (Lithia Springs, GA); Corey Owen Jameson (Seaford, VA); Jezziah Johnson (Roselle, NJ); Walker Dean Johnson (Midlothian, VA); Ikdoo Kim (Seoul, South Korea); Jeremiah Jose Lucero (Chesapeake, VA); Jacob Judah Marks (Palmyra, VA); Ryan Christopher McEnroe (Cincinnati, OH); Zachary Cole Pace (Scottsville, VA); David Benjamin Pitts III (Marietta, GA); Gavin Jarrett Tomchick (Falls Church, VA); Benjamin James Vanderpool (Keswick, VA); Jonathan Lee Walker (Grandy, NC); Maccall Joseph Warner (Leesburg, VA); Timothy Patrick Warren (Williamsburg, VA); Grayson Willis Williams (Scottsville, VA); Jacob Walter Wood (Signal Mountain, TN); Chongkai Wu (Shanghai, China); Yuchen Zhang (Pottstown, PA)

Grade 13

Jonathan Job Echols, II (Suffolk, VA); Darian Louis Peterson (North Chesterfield, VA); Andrew Young Phillips (Mechanicsville, VA); LeAndre Alexander Thomas (Washington, DC)

Charlie Company earns Winning Company Leave

John Denison speaks in chapel service as part of the Christian Leadership Series

FUMA Trustee and director of the Christian Leadership Series, David Barrett (at left), with guest speaker John Denison, and the Academy's President, RADM J. Scott Burhoe

This past Thursday, John A. Denison, Jr., a Certified Public Accountant and Attorney with the firm of Adams, Jenkins, & Cheatham in Richmond, Virginia, spoke to cadets as part of our Christian Leadership Series. Mr. Denison is the past chairman of the board for the Special Olympics of Virginia and has also been active with the Financial Peace University program.

The Christian Leadership Series schedules guest speakers for chapel services who are successful Christian role models for our cadets representing a wide range of industries, Christian service organizations, and professions. Founded several years ago by FUMA trustee David Barrett, the Christian Leadership Series gives cadets the opportunity to listen to and learn from an inspiring and experienced speaker who has successfully combined his or her Christian faith and leadership skills to bring about positive change in the world.

Making up a bunk is easier with teamwork

Kids around campus

One of the strengths of the boarding school environment at Fork Union Military Academy is that most of our staff and faculty live on or near campus. The dining hall at meal times is often filled with the sounds of children laughing and enjoying their meals alongside several hundred "big brother" cadets. When we describe Fork Union as a family, a visit to our campus at dinnertime shows this to be the literal truth!

We thank those teachers and staff members who gave permission for us to share some photos of the "other" children they are raising, in addition to our cadets.

Hatcher Hall at night

Members of band to travel to Military Band Festival this week

This coming Thursday, February 23rd, select members of the Fork Union Military Academy marching band will travel to Norwich University in Vermont to participate in the 41st annual Military School Band Festival, February 24–26, 2017. The festival will conclude with a festival concert at 2:00 PM on Sunday, February 26th.

The festival will feature a concert band composed of high school and college cadets from military schools around the nation, under the direction of LTC Philip Chevallard (Ret.), former Commander and Conductor of the US Air Force Academy Band. There will also be a cadet choir directed by CW4 Kathleen Landas of the 99th Regional Support Command. The Drum Major of the United States Navy Band, Senior Chief Musician Michael P. Bayes, will conduct a clinic for military high school and college drum majors. Iain MacHarq will hold a bagpipe clinic for pipers and drummers.

The festival was actually founded by Fork Union Military Academy's bandmaster at the time, Ron Horton, and Fork Union cadets participate each year. The festival was held on the campus of Fork Union Military Academy in 2013. Cadets selected to participate in this year's festival include:

  • Will Baker
  • Oshari Baldwin
  • Thomas Cullum
  • Jackson Farrior
  • Dalton Fowler
  • Benjamin Gary
  • MIchael Hershey
  • Dameon Hite
  • Joshua Julien
  • Dong Hun Lee
  • Oliver Long
  • Austin McCusker
  • John Meheen
  • Thailan Pay
  • William Pessaud
  • Alex Thomas
  • Haonan Yan
  • Yuchen Zhang
  • Boyuan Zhao
  • Xiang Jian Zhao

Fork Union Alumni Doing Great Things

Kurt Housh, Class of 2010

A key member of the swimming team at Fork Union Military Academy when he graduated in 2010, Kurt Housh is now deeply immersed in all kinds of elements as a graduate teaching assistant at the University of Missouri in Columbus, Missouri. After graduating from Missouri Southern State University in 2015 with a degree in biochemistry, Kurt is now pursuing an advanced degree at Missouri.

Kurt Housh received the Outstanding Biochemistry Graduate award. Recently, he won first place in the quantitative track for the School of Arts and Sciences at the Missouri Southern State University Student Research Fair with a research project titled "Towards the Synthesis of 3-S-Alkyl-Indoles as Potential Inhibitors of Isoprenylcysteine Carboxyl Methyltransferase."

Morgan Moses, PG Class of 2010

While Kurt House was swimming laps in the aquatic center, Morgan Moses was doing his laps on the football field. An outstanding lineman, Morgan Moses was recruited to play his college football at the University of Virginia. The Washington Redskins selected Moses in the third round of the 2014 NFL Draft and he now starts at offensive tackle for the team.

This past week, Moses returned to his hometown of Richmond, Virginia to take about fifty high school students from Armstrong High and Church Hill Academy for a tour of the Black History Museum in Richmond. He told the students his story of being one of the most highly recruited athletes to come out of Richmond, yet not being able to meet the NCAA grade requirements needed to play college football. He described how a year spent at Fork Union Military Academy helped him get his academics in order so he could attend the University of Virginia.

Of Fork Union Military Academy, Moses told the students, "I learned more in one year there than I learned in four years at high school. It taught me how to move through obstacles."

Moses has played three seasons with the Redskins and looks forward to being with the team when they return to Richmond for training camp in July.

"I learned more in one year there [at Fork Union MIlitary Academy] than I learned in four years at high school. It taught me how to move through obstacles."
Break time spent enjoying some (non) video games

Guidance Office to hold "Let's Talk..." session on careers in aviation

LTC Houston Eldridge leads Commandant's Call

Remembering Erin

Erin Feathers, the teenage daughter of our Director of Guidance, COL Rob Feathers, passed away last week at the University of Virginia Hospital from complications of a congenital heart condition. Many of our parents and alumni, particularly those who were in our Middle School when COL Feathers served as Headmaster, will remember Erin as the sweet, pure-hearted girl with a smile for everyone she met. In recent years, her worsening heart condition necessitated surgery and intensive medical treatment, but through it all, Erin was supported by the Fork Union community returning to her the love she had given freely to all from her youngest days. COL Feathers specifically asked that we tell our cadets, their parents, and our alumni how deeply he appreciates the love and generous support given to Erin and her family during her fight these past months.

Rob Feathers and his family posted this touching tribute to this special young lady:

Erin Lee Feathers captured the heart of a community upon her birth on November 12th, 1998. Through her 18 years of life, she had a positive impact on all of those who came to know her. She lived genuinely, she laughed with her whole heart, and she cherished her mom and dad, her brothers and sisters, her nephew, her grandparents and other relatives, and her many, many friends with an unconditional love that made everyone feel a special bond with her.

Erin was born with Down Syndrome, a remarkable condition that enabled her to live life unfiltered, expressing every thought that came to her mind. Her sense of humor was her trademark.

Erin loved to color and to play with playdough. She loved the color pink, her long hair, and her Daddy’s t-shirts. She loved to swim at Pap Pap’s pool and to go on vacation to Ocean Isle Beach with her family. She loved putt-putt golf and bowling and jumping on her trampoline. She loved her TV shows and “Alvin and the Chipmunks”, “Toy Story", "Finding Nemo”, “Frozen”, “Tangled” and “The Peanuts”. She loved wheelchair rides around Fork Union and loved to go “the Long Way” around Bremo Bluff to count cats and then over the James River Bridge, always with the windows wide open. She loved Frosty desserts at Wendy’s and shopping at Walmart and traversing the Downtown Mall, always culminating with a stop at Sweet Frog. She loved music…from praise music to the Beatles. From Elvis Presley to Jordan Yonce’s version of “I’m Yours”. And anything sung by Just Us. She loved singing Christmas carols…even in summer. In fact, she loved everything about Christmas…and birthdays. She also loved her church, PCC-Riverside, and during her healthier days enjoyed singing and dancing on the front row.

Erin had a special kinship with her cats, Beum and Hardy. She loved her stuffed bear that played “Lean on Me” that went with her on every wheelchair ride.

Erin had a special relationship with her brothers, Daniel, Dylan, and Kyle, and she assigned a unique call for each one, which each brother cherished. She loved her sister, Diana, who shared many traits with her, including a mean jump shot and the same number of chromosomes. They also enjoyed sharing a room together. She loved her sister-in-law, Amanda, and her nephew, Wyatt, very much and always enjoyed visiting them.

Erin loved all those who cared for her…her “Nurse-for-Life”, Sonya Patterson, her party-planners extraordinaire, Lynn and Duane Fender, her ‘other’ moms, Jenny Payne, Mona Holmes, and Janice LeSueur, and her many, many friends from all over. She was known to describe each and every one of her friends as her “Best Friend”.

The Feathers family will be forever grateful to #TeamErin for its members’ love, support, prayers, and constant encouragement and to the members of #TeamPICU at the University of Virginia Children’s Hospital for their dedication to the children in their care, for their heroic efforts to save Erin’s life, and for their hugs in the midst of our fear, joy, and sorrow through the past year, including the day of her passing, February 13th, 2017. The family will also be forever indebted to UVA’s pediatric nephrology unit, and especially to Mary Duffy, and to the cardiac team at UVA Hospital.

A memorial service to celebrate Erin's life will be held at Fork Union Military Academy's Wicker Chapel on Saturday, February 25th, at 2:00 pm with a reception in the Academy's Estes Athletic Center following the service. In lieu of flowers, donations in Erin’s memory should be made to the Medford Basketball League of Fluvanna County High School or the University of Virginia Children’s Hospital.

Friday Lunch

Cadets wore red shirts to honor the memory of Erin Feathers

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