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Cadet Rachel DeFroda, 2/C
Class of 2013’s Cadet DeFroda currently attends
SUNY Maritime College where she serves as a
Section Chief Indoctrination Officer. Rachel
commands a staff of 10 squad leaders in the
instruction of a company of freshmen cadets.
Rachel is responsible for teaching and enforcing all
rules and regulations, inspecting uniforms and
living quarters, mentoring, tutoring and
counseling, as well as disciplining all students
under her command.
Rachel is majoring in Marine Business and Finance
as well as meeting classroom requirements and
sea time obligations to be awarded her US Coast
Guard deck license. By far, Rachel’s best times are
those spent at sea traveling to and from a variety
of intriguing destinations.
LT Anthony “Iron Man” Peters
LT Peters is a graduate from the inaugural class of Delaware
Military Academy, and hails from Philadelphia, PA. In 2006 he
accepted a full NROTC scholarship to Drexel University, and
graduated Cum Laude in the Applied Engineering degree
program for both Mechanical and Electrical Engineering.
In 2010, Tony earned his commission through the University of
Pennsylvania NROTC unit and was accepted to the Navy Pilot
training program. After earning his wings in 2012, LT Peters
reported to fleet replacement pilot training in the
MH-60R Seahawk where he was named the distinguished
graduate of his 2013 class.
Following training, Tony served as an Aircraft
Commander/Airborne Tactical Officer/Search and Rescue
Officer with Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron 70
"Spartans", where he has flown in support of Operation
Enduring Freedom, Inherent Resolve, Northern Storm, and the
Annexation of Crimea in 2014. Upon successful completion of
his flying tour, LT Peters now works as an Aerospace Engineer
designing spacecraft for the Space and Naval Warfare Systems
command in Washington, DC.
He is currently completing a Masters degree in Aeronautics
with a concentration in Space Systems from Embry Riddle
Aeronautical University, and following completion he will be
competing for candidacy in the Ph.D program.