The more I think about the article written by Lt Col Andrew D. Kullberg, USAF (Retired)
Member, Citadel Historical Council, Class of 1983, the angrier I get. I was on email chains with Kullberg and he knows good and well that a Citadel alumnus didn't discover it. I also know who contacted him and he is not a Citadel alumnus, either.
I emailed a colleague, originally from California, who was with me in Iowa when I "discovered" the flag. When I told him about Kullberg's line about the flag being discovered by a Citadel alumnus, he replied "Don't they teach honor and honesty in the South?"
All I could say was, "apparently not at the Citadel".
Perhaps it would do well for the Citadel Historical Council to read what is on the Citadel's own webpage. Particularly the last bullet describing "a leader".
Believes in an optimistic view for the future.
Motivates others to achieve.
Respects the rights of others.
Sets a good example.
Pursues excellence in all endeavors.
Treats others with concern and civility.
Demonstrates the courage to act responsibly.
Possesses uncompromising integrity.
Is devoted to duty and honor.