New Monuments Men Unit Seeking Volunteers

(Not Professor James Bezjian)

When James Bezjian, a business professor at The Citadel, was told he was accepted into the U.S. Army Reserve’s new project to revive a historic unit to safeguard cultural icons, artwork, and artifacts, he felt like it was the answer to a lifelong calling.

“It’s so vitally important to preserve as much of history as possible so that the narrative of history doesn’t get lost or twisted in the process,” he said. “Once this stuff is gone, it’s gone.”

Bezjian was inducted into the U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command 38G Monuments Officer training program.

If you are interested in applying for the Civil Affairs 38G(6V) Monuments Officer program, check out the Army’s website for more information.

One comment

  • Looks like the guy is having a ball playing with the Crown of Charlemagne. I wonder where he found all the rings he is wearing on his left hand.

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