The Academy published a new manual codifying its Leader of Character Framework as standard guidance for leadership development, and launched the Superintendent’s Leader of Character Certificate Program augmenting the effort. The release marks the culmination of a two-year, Academy-wide effort.
After six decades of football and lacrosse games, graduations, concerts and a variety of other events, the renovations coming to Falcon Stadium will help transform the facility into a state-of-the-art, world-class venue.
Election Update: We’re partnering with Survey & Ballot Systems (SBS) to administer the 2023 Association of Graduates board of directors election. To ensure your election-specific email arrives safely on Monday, Feb. 6, members should simply add the following email address as an approved sender: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Member benefit alert! The Association of Graduates board of directors is pleased to once again offer Graduate Dependent Scholarships. These scholarships are annual awards of not less than $500 to directly support postsecondary education for the children of AOG graduate members.
Join us on Tuesday, Feb. 7, for a virtual experience for members. Learn about how your Association is transforming to better serve you, support USAFA and preserve our Academy’s heritage. Register for our Stakeholder Membership Update today!
Registration closes on Feb. 9 for the annual National Character and Leadership Symposium, so learn more and register today!
Member Benefit Alert! Are you transitioning to the civilian workforce? Considering a career change? Pursuing a graduate degree? Join us in Jacksonville, Florida, for the first Service Academy Career Conference (SACC) of 2023. Career transition services for USAFA graduates are among the many benefits of AOG membership!
The making of a tech titan: How innate talent, unrelenting drive and a moment of serendipity catapulted Charles Phillips '81 into the rarefied circle of America’s top tech CEOs.
Col. (Ret.) Leroy Stutz '64, who served as the USAFA commandant's executive for Honor and Ethics during the 1970s, was recognized as a hero.
Jemal Singleton '99 is headed to the Super Bowl! The Eagles' running backs/assistant head coach was the team's nominee for the NFL Salute to Service Award.
Not even a broken back stopped Col. Justin Grieve '00's journey through the Air Force.
Under new policies, Maj. Lauren Olme '12 is one of the first to fly in an ejection seat aircraft while pregnant.
Watch Kyle Westmoreland '14 make his first PGA Tour hole-in-one in spectacular fashion.
2nd Lt. Calista Torbenson '21 was selected as a 2022 LEAP Scholar and will begin the program after completing pilot training.
Cadets learned from experts about the role of technology in future conflict at the donor-supported Strategy and Warfare Center Symposium. Raytheon Technologies was the presenting sponsor.
Register for Air Force vs. Army at the Liberty Classic baseball weekend Feb. 16-19 in Cleburne, TX.
February is Black History Month, and we’ll be sharing some amazing accomplishments and stories ahead on all our social media platforms looking at different generations of grads throughout the Academy’s history.
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.
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 Roger.Hill1970@gmail.com).
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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