List of Pi Kappa Phi Alumni - Government - Military


Name Chapter Notability
Leonard Anderson Alpha Phi
  • Pilot, Blue Angels Flight Demonstration Team
Thomas L. Carter Gamma Delta
Adrian Cronauer Eta Epsilon
  • Voice Behind Good Morning Vietnam
Rufus G. Herring Epsilon
  • Retired Lieutenant Commander, United States Naval Reserve
  • Recipient of the Medal of Honor for gallantry and intrepidity in action in the preinvasion attack on Iwo Jima
Marion "Hack" Mixson* Beta
  • U2 Spy Plane Project
Hector Andres Negroni* Alpha Upsilon
  • Retired Colonel United States Air Force
  • First Puerto Rican graduate of the United States Air Force Academy
Tom Palmer Delta Beta
  • Retired Colonal United States Army
  • Commandant of the Corps of Cadets at North Georgia College and State University
John Keagy Stoner* Alpha Upsilon
  • Retired Major General United States Army
  • Highest Ranking Military Officer in Drexel University History
John J. Yeosock* Alpha Mu
  • Retired Lieutenant General, U.S. Army
Ronald J. Zlatoper* Alpha Tau
  • Retired Admiral, U.S. Navy
  • former Commander of the Pacific Fleet (CINCPAC)
Christopher W. Cole Kappa
  • Retired Rear Admiral, U.S. Navy
Rufus Geddie Herring Epsilon
  • United States Naval Reserve officer, Medal of Honor recipient

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