Kerrville, TX –Schreiner University established Schreiner Institute earlier this year which encompasses a new ROTC program, veteran specific services and the new Military Academy Preparatory School. The director of Schreiner Institute, Shannon Deville, has named Kenneth O’Neal as the new Coordinator of the Military Academy Preparatory School.
“Achieving an appointment to a United States Military Academy requires the right mindset,” said O’Neal. “It takes the right strategy and the right actions.” O’Neal is a United States Air Force veteran having served as a noncommissioned officer in Training and Communication at Langley Air Force Base with the 316th Tactical Airlift Wing conducting airplane replacement training and becoming an operational tactical airlift wing with three squadrons of C-130 Hercules aircraft. Additionally, O’Neal served in Vietnam with Headquarters 7th Air Force at Tan Son Nhut AB, SUN in Communications. He is a business owner, entrepreneur, and a former CPA.
The mission of Military Academy Preparatory School of Schreiner Institute is to inspire and to equip Cadet Candidates for an appointment to a United States Military Service Academy. To empower them to fulfill their goal of becoming commissioned officers and leaders with integrity and character, while preparing them for a career of professional excellence and service to the United States of America.
Schreiner Institute is accepting applications for admission to all three programs of Air Force ROTC, military academy preparation and general veteran services. Please contact Shannon Deville, Director of Schreiner Institute, at 830-792-7492 or email@example.com.