Image:  General J. H. Binford Peay III has a complicated legacy at Virginia Military Institute. After 17 years as superintendent, Peay resigned in 2020 under scrutiny amid an investigation that would reveal damning details about VMI’s culture. But now, with the embers of scandal still hot, Peay is set to receive the New Market Medal, VMI’s highest honor, at an event in November. Peay’s military résumé is lengthy and studded with medals earned over the course of a 35-year career in the...


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