Bill ‘Roto’ Reuter Inducted into Florida Veterans’ Hall of Fame

Retired U.S. Navy Captain Bill “Roto” Reuter of Orlando has been inducted into the Florida Veterans’ Hall of Fame. Reuter is president of R-Squared Solutions and former commanding officer for the Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division (NAWCTSD) and Naval Support Activity-Orlando.

The state established the Hall of Fame in 2013 to recognize and honor military veterans who have made a significant contribution to Florida through their work and lives during and after military service.

“I am extremely honored by this recognition and to be included with such stellar individuals, some of whom served as my mentors,” Reuter said.

“Serving in the military provided me with a strong foundation and opened many doors for opportunities for me to grow personally and professionally. As veterans, it is important that we leverage our experience for the benefit of our communities, especially here in our great state of Florida, my home state.”

Raised in Key West, Reuter attended the University of Florida on an ROTC scholarship. He has logged more than 3,000 hours of flight time in 33 different aircraft, including more than 2,100 in the F/A-18. He has been awarded two Legion of Merit military awards, two Meritorious Service Medals, two Navy Marine Corps Commendation Medals and the Navy Achievement Medal.

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