Commissioning Week 2015

General Information (Provided by USNA)

Class of 2015 Statistics

POSTED ON: FRIDAY, MAY 22, 2015 8:19 AM BY NAVAL ACADEMY PUBLIC AFFAIRS

 TOTAL GRADUATES..................... 1070

   men......................................... 866

   women......................................... 204

COMMISSIONS:

   Navy Ensigns:

   Men............ 623

   Women.......... 167

   Total.......... 790

Marine Corps 2nd Lieutenants:

   Men............. 227

   Women........... 37

   Total........... 264


Interservice Commissions – U.S. Air Force.... 2

Graduating but not commissioned.............. 3

Foreign Officers............................. 11

Foreign national students graduating are from the following countries: Bangladesh, Jordan, Republic of Korea, Lebanon, Maldives, Mexico, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Tunisia (2)

TOTAL INDUCTED IN CLASS OF 2015 ON INDUCTION DAY, June 30, 2011: 1,229

   Men................... 993

   Women................. 236

TOP GRADUATES

   #1 Michael Kamis Johnson of Colleyville, Texas, is an electrical engineering major. He will be commissioned as a Navy ensign and train as a submariner.

   #2 Eric Aanders Swanson of Shoreview, Minn., is a physics major. He will be commissioned as a Navy ensign and train as a submariner.

   #3 Thomas William Egger, Jr. of Edina, Minn., is a physics major. He will commission as a Marine Corps second lieutenant.


ATHLETIC ACHIEVEMENTS

   Winning percentages for the year (as of May 19): .634 (288 wins, 164 losses and 10 ties)

FACULTY

  Civilians ............... 293

  Military ................ 256

  TOTAL.................... 549

ALUMNI

   Since 1845, approximately 82,600 midshipmen have graduated from the Naval Academy (including the Class of 2015).

   Since 1980, more than 4,600 women (including the Class of 2015) have graduated from the Naval Academy.

GRADUATION CEREMONY

This is the 165th traditional graduation ceremony.

GRADUATION SPEAKER

Vice President Joe Biden will deliver the graduation address to the Class of 2015.

HONORARY GRADUATES

The Honorary members of the Class of 2015 are:

   Dr. Jeffrey Fair, associate director of athletics for sports medicine

   Capt. William D. Byrne, Jr., U.S. Navy, commandant of midshipmen, Naval Academy Class of 1987

   Capt. Douglas S. Borrebach, U.S. Navy, former supply officer for the Brigade, Naval Academy Business Services Division director, Naval Academy Class of 1984

ESTIMATE OF ATTENDANCE

   Outdoors..........30,000

   Indoors...............5,700

 

 

Source: USNA Public Affairs Office

 

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