First West Point Class of 1970 Serve with Integrity Award

First West Point Class of 1970 Serve with Integrity Award

Brothers,

In recognition of his fifty-four years of service as our Class President and his extensive contributions to the health and welfare of the nation and his community, on behalf of our class and the Class Special Operations Committee, I am proud to announce Dr. David Brown as the first recipient of the West Point Class of 1970 Serve with Integrity Award.

Dave represented the class to the Superintendent and the AOG and was instrumental in creating the NCEA, the Cyber conference, the MacArthur Award, and other Class of 1970 gifts to West Point. 

Dave is the co-founder of The Heart Hospital Baylor Plano where he participated in multiple national and international research trials and performed more than 12,000 interventions.

It is appropriate that Dave Brown receive the first Class of 1970 Serve with Integrity Award.

Best to all, 

Serve With Integrity,

Beat Navy.

Sully

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