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Lt. Gen. Keith M. Huber


Photo by Andrew Wigdor / MTSU Sidelines MTSU student veterans and songwriters, either based on campus or in Nashville, participated in the life-altering process of translating military memories, hardships and relationships into song Friday in the Bragg Media and Entertainment Building. Operation Song, which was founded in 2012 by Bob Regan, is a nonprofit organization …

Photo and Video Courtesy of U.S. Army Golden Knights After I jumped or, more accurately, was nudged out of an airplane, I found that the phrase that I kept incessantly repeating to people when they asked was, “It was a crazy experience.” It was the first thing I could think to reply, but it was …

Photo Courtesy of Andy Heidt / MTSU News  MTSU President Sidney A. McPhee and retired Lt. Gen. Keith M. Huber took part in a tandem parachute jump Tuesday after being invited to participate by the Golden Knights, the United States Army’s precision parachute demonstration team, due to MTSU’s previous and ongoing commitment to veterans. At around …

Photos by Bennie Hunt Middle Tennessee State University officially opened the new Veterans and Military Family Center on Thursday morning, making it the largest student-veteran facility in the state. The newest edition to campus is located on the first floor of the Keathley University Center, spans an area of 2,600 square feet, and will serve …

MTSU’s Head of Veteran Affairs, Ret. Lt. Gen. Keith Huber, delivered the first pitch at the Nashville Sounds baseball game Wednesday night. It was “True Blue Night” at First Bank Park and the first 1,000 fans to visit the MTSU tents on site received a free T-shirt. The Sounds secured a 2-0 victory over Colorado …