The Paul Revere battalion, which includes students from Harvard, Tufts, Wellesley, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, has been named the “Most Outstanding” by the U.S. Army, among more than 270 ROTC units nationwide. Cadet Battalion Commander Danielle Boudreau ’01, who is the first female battalion commander in Paul Revere’s history, accepted the award on behalf of the battalion during a ceremony at M.I.T.
“The people who make up Paul Revere make the battalion first rate,” Boudreau said. “The cadre, our active duty Army personnel who serve as instructors, are the best in their respective branches in the Army. The best leaders the Army has to offer instruct our cadets. The cadets who make up the Paul Revere give the battalion the reputation of excellence.”