Texas Tech ROTC cadets ‘ignite’ USSOCOM’s challenge to innovate

A team of Air Force ROTC cadets from Texas Tech University has been travelling from Lubbock to the East Coast for the past several month to take part in U.S. Special Operations Command’s Ignite innovation challenge. Ignite’s goal is to find innovative solutions to problems special operations forces may encounter in the field. This is the first time in Ignite’s three-year history that Air Force ROTC cadets have participated. The Texas Tech teammates pictured at Massachusetts Institute of Technology’ Lincoln Laboratory are cadets (left to right) Nathan Morrow, Joseph Bresett, Redmon Warmsley and Brennan Quick. (Courtesy photo)

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