• Bo Jackson, 1985 Heisman trophy winner (left), Gen. Ann E Dunwoody (right) exit stage after receiving awards from the NCAA in San Antonio, Texas. U.S. Army Photo by Chris Putman; cutline by Cherish Washington

    NCAA awards

    Bo Jackson, 1985 Heisman trophy winner (left), Gen. Ann E Dunwoody (right) exit stage after receiving awards from the NCAA in San Antonio, Texas. U.S. Army Photo by Chris Putman; cutline by Cherish Washington

  • Gen. Ann E. Dunwoody pictured with the President of State University of New York at Cortland during the NCAA Honors Celebration in San Antonio, Texas, where she received their highest award, the Theodore Roosevelt Award.

Dunwoody graduated with a degree in physical education from State University of New York Cortland in 1975, and was directly commissioned into the Women's Army Corps. She was a starter on both the tennis and gymnastics squads at SUNY Cortland, participating on both teams for four years. Dunwoody says that her experience as an athlete at SUNY Courtland prepared her for the challenges ahead. U.S. Army Photo by Chris Putman; cutline by Cherish Washington

    NCAA awards

    Gen. Ann E. Dunwoody pictured with the President of State University of New York at Cortland during the NCAA Honors Celebration in San Antonio, Texas, where she received their highest award, the Theodore Roosevelt Award. Dunwoody graduated with a...

  • Bo Jackson, 1985 Heisman trophy winner (left), Gen. Ann E Dunwoody (center), and Greg McElroy (right), current quarterback of University of Alabama pose for a picture at the NCAA Honors Celebration in San Antonio, Texas.
U.S. Army Photo by Chris Putman; cutline by Cherish Washington

    NCAA awards

    Bo Jackson, 1985 Heisman trophy winner (left), Gen. Ann E Dunwoody (center), and Greg McElroy (right), current quarterback of University of Alabama pose for a picture at the NCAA Honors Celebration in San Antonio, Texas. U.S. Army Photo by Chris...

  • Gen Ann E. Dunwoody (center) poses for a picture with her husband, Craig Brotchie (left), and the president of the NCAA, Dr. Mark A. Emmert (right), at the NCAA Honors Celebration in San Antonio, Texas.
U.S. Army Photo by Chris Putman; cutline by Cherish Washington

    NCAA awards

    Gen Ann E. Dunwoody (center) poses for a picture with her husband, Craig Brotchie (left), and the president of the NCAA, Dr. Mark A. Emmert (right), at the NCAA Honors Celebration in San Antonio, Texas. U.S. Army Photo by Chris Putman; cutline by...

  • Gen. Ann E. Dunwoody with NCAA award winners during a celebration in San Antonio, Texas. U.S. Army Photo by Chris Putman; cutline by Cherish Washington

    NCAA awards

    Gen. Ann E. Dunwoody with NCAA award winners during a celebration in San Antonio, Texas. U.S. Army Photo by Chris Putman; cutline by Cherish Washington

  • Gen. Ann E Dunwoody at the NCAA Honors Celebration in San Antonio, Texas where she recieved their highest award, the Theodore Roosevelt Award. "Participating in NCAA athletics taught me priceless lessons in how to turn surprises into experiences and how to turn challenges into opportunities, and made me as a person strive to make a difference every day," said Dunwoody.U.S. Army Photo by Chris Putman; cutline by Cherish Washington

    NCAA awards

    Gen. Ann E Dunwoody at the NCAA Honors Celebration in San Antonio, Texas where she recieved their highest award, the Theodore Roosevelt Award. "Participating in NCAA athletics taught me priceless lessons in how to turn surprises into experiences and...

  • Gen. Ann E. Dunwoody speaks at the NCAA Honors Celebration in San Antonio, Texas after receiving their highest award, the Theodore Roosevelt Award. U.S. Army Photo by Chris Putman

    NCAA awards

    Gen. Ann E. Dunwoody speaks at the NCAA Honors Celebration in San Antonio, Texas after receiving their highest award, the Theodore Roosevelt Award. U.S. Army Photo by Chris Putman

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