General Roger Brady to Speak at MACU January 13th
Elizabeth City, NC – January 6, 2015. On Tuesday, January 13th, General Roger Brady (United States Air Force, Ret.) will speak at the 9:30 a.m. chapel service. General Brady is no stranger to Mid-Atlantic Christian University as he is a trustee, adjunct faculty member, and frequent lecturer on issues such as leadership and ethics.
A four-star general, Brady provided command and control for air space and missile defense over an area of operations covering almost one-fifth of the globe. He began his career as a pilot during the Vietnam conflict and ended his career as Commander, U.S. Air Forces in Europe. General Brady served our nation in uniform for a span of 41 years.
General Brady earned a bachelor’s degree in Foreign Service and a master’s degree in political science. He entered the Air Force through the University of Oklahoma ROTC program.
General Brady and his wife, Litha, are active members in their local church and enjoy time with their five grandchildren. General Brady has authored a book on leadership and has written a devotional book based on stories from the Bible.
General Brady will speak to students at the first chapel service of the new semester, January 13th. The public is welcome to attend the chapel service in the Davenport Chapel at 9:30 a.m.
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John Maurice, VP for Institutional Advancement