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Stephen Howell Petraeus

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Employment History

Member of the Army ROTC Program

Massachusetts Institute of Technology


Affiliations

New Hampshire Mayflower Society

Member


Education

computer engineering

Massachusetts Institute of Technology


West Potomac High School


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Scholarship Program - home

2005 Scholarship recipients: Elizabeth Clymer of Concord, Hillsdale College, and Stephen Howell Petraeus, MIT.


http://www.wjbf.com/midatlantic/jbf/news_index.apx.-content-articles-JBF-2007-09-10-0033.html

Petraeus introduced his beaming son as, "our latest Airborne trooper."Stephen Petraeus is a member of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Army R.O.T.C. program.The general also attended a memorial celebration for the dozens of World War Two veterans who were members of the Army's first black parachute infantry battalion, the 555th, also known as the Triple Nickel.Speaking to them, Petraeus said, "You are true American pioneers.You challenged the conscience of a nation and its Army."Stephen Petraeus said he is looking forward to his father's much-anticipated appearance before Congress on Monday.(Copyright 2007 by The Associated Press.All Rights Reserved.)


The Shallop Newsletter

Both high school seniors from New Hampshire, the winners of $500 prizes each were Stephen Howell Petraeus of Springfield, a member of the Society (State Number 1044), and Elizabeth Clymer of Concord.Mr. Petraeus temporarily resides at Fort Belvoir, Va. as his father is currently on active duty in Iraq.He graduated from West Potomac High School in Alexandria, Va. and will attend the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the fall majoring in computer engineering.The letter from Mr. Petraeus was read at the meeting by Rev. Sweet, a past society governor.


http://www.11alive.com/news/article_news.aspx?storyid=102841

Petraeus introduced his beaming son as, "our latest Airborne trooper."Stephen Petraeus is a member of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Army ROTC program.The general also attended a memorial celebration for the dozens of World War Two veterans who were members of the Army's first black parachute infantry battalion, the 555th, also known as the Triple Nickel.Speaking to them, Petraeus said, "You are true American pioneers.You challenged the conscience of a nation and its Army."Stephen Petraeus said he is looking forward to his father's much-anticipated appearance before Congress on Monday.


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