Colonel Pete Drower came to the academy from New Hyde Park, NY and was commissioned in the Corps of Engineers. After assignments to a combat engineer battalion in Germany and the Engineer School at Ft. Belvoir he left active duty to work for Procter and Gamble as a manufacturing manager in Pennsylvania and Saudia Arabia. During this time he was a member of the active reserve and eventually commanded a Brigade in the 98th Division (Training) before finishing his career in Atlantic Command in Norfolk. In 2002 he left P&G and taught History and Government at Bergen Catholic HS until he retired in 2015.
- What West Point Means To Me – Pete DrowerWest Point has meant three things for me – commitment, confidence and connections. I was very young when I first talked about attending the academy. West Point […]
- Welcome to the Draft Army – 1970As a cadet my vision of the Army was based primarily upon interaction with the officers and soldiers at the Academy and those few trainers whom we […]