LTC USA (ret) Timothy R. O’Neill, Ph.D, class of 1965, died November 9 in Atlanta, Georgia. He was 80 years old. TR was a talented artist, and while a cadet he contributed to The Shako, the magazine of the Corps, and his senior year co-authored In Our Own Way, a satirical look at life at The Citadel. After graduating with a degree in Political Science TR made his Army career as an armored and armored cavalry officer, served two combat tours in Vietnam, earned a Ph.D from the University of Virginia in Experimental Psychology and served on the faculty at West Point, where he was the founder and first director of the program of engineering psychology. He subsequently became an authority on camouflage and his work led to the Army’s adoption of the digital camouflage pattern in use today. Along the way he wrote The Individuated Hobbit, a critical study of the works of J.R.R. Tolkien that gained critical acclaim, and two novels. After retirement from active service, he worked in industry and as a consultant to all branches of the Services, the FBI and U.S. allies. TR made his home in Roswell, Georgia, and is survived by his wife Euphrona, two daughters from a previous marriage and five grandchildren.