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AOG and Air Force Academy Foundation
NOVEMBER 10, 2022
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USAFA Superintendent Lt. Gen. Richard Clark '86 recently sat down with Heather Uberuaga '99 for a wide-ranging conversation on topics of great significance. In this first segment, Lt. Gen. Clark and Ms. Uberuaga discuss the role of diversity, equity and inclusion in the Academy's mission to develop leaders of character and warfighters. Look for additional segments from their conversation in the coming weeks.

For Veterans Day, make sure to connect with us on social media as we'll share veteran stories and a livestream of the 40th anniversary of the dedication of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial ceremony in Washington, D.C. ►
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• Air Force football claimed its 21st Commander-in-Chief's Trophy by sweeping Navy and Army this season! ►

• Air Force rifle team defeated both Army and Navy to win its ninth straight President's Trophy!

• Air Force men's cross country claimed their third-straight conference title! ►

Col. (Ret.) Robert Munson '73 was honored with USAFA's 2021 Distinguished Service Award at a ceremony on Nov. 1.

Alaska Airlines names David Mets '89 new vice president of flight operations. ►

• Donald Davis '94 is one of at least 12 veterans elected to Congress for the first time during the midterms. ►

• Donald English, Jr. '95 was named to the 2022 Business & Employment Law Power List. ►

• Tanji Johnson Bridgeman '97's role as a leader was forged in service. ►

Col. Joseph Kramer '99, 7th Bomb Wing commander, reflects on his experiences at the United States Air Force Academy. ►

The Sandhurst Military Skills Competition tests the military mettle of cadets from around the world. Last spring, USAFA took home the top spot in a field of 48 teams from the service academies, ROTC units and international military institutions. The Academy's team hopes to defend its title at West Point next spring.

VIDEO: Cadets participate in Field Day events as part of the Commandant's Challenge last month. ►

• Sisters from West Point, Air Force Academy among cadets in attendance for Commander's Classic. ►
AOG Chapter and Affinity Leaders

Group leaders from across the United States, and even from Germany, attended our annual AOG Chapter and Affinity Group Conference last week.

AOG Chapter and Affinity Leaders

• El Pomar Foundation grant to help fund the modernization of Falcon Stadium continues the organization's legacy of giving. ►

• Cadets explore space issues at Academy Assembly. ►
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Jim Nance
James Nance '71 respectfully offers his professional services to individuals, classes and organizations in heritage-based sculpture and military memorials. Jim is proficient in portrait bust, full figure, bas-relief, plaque/crest design and large-scale bronze aircraft. ►

COS Airport

Colorado Springs Airport is Colorado's small airport which means we offer small lines, small walks to gates, and small waits, but big options on flights. ►

Roger Hill

When buying or selling real estate, you need a broker you can trust. Contact Roger Hill '70, a graduate with 44 years of experience, to be your ethical agent (email


The Bremont USAFA Graduate Watch is exclusively for USAFA graduates. Each design features the Academy Crest, Prop and Wings, and "The Long Blue Line." ►
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