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Branch Night for the Class of 2014
But after the members of the Class of 2014 tore open their envelopes and saw the branch insignia inside, nervousness became excitement as they finally learned their identity beyond “cadet” in the profession of arms.
Class of 2015 Cow Affirmation Ceremony
The class of 2015 affirmed their commitment to service on August 18, 2013, and took the Oath of Affirmation, binding them to complete their next two years of study and a minimum of five years of active-duty military service thereafter.
Class of 2016 Yearling Flag Ceremony
Cadet Field Training (CFT) for the Class of 2016 might have been cut short because of sequestration, but its concluding ceremony maintained all its grandeur as awards were handed out to top companies and cadets, a Class Flag was unveiled, and a guest speaker gave a motivational address to the rising yearlings.
Class of 2016 Crest Unveiling
For the first time (that WPAOG is aware of) the 50-Year Affiliation Class has received a nod of appreciation in the cadets’ class crest.
Branch Night for the Class of 2013
As the seats inside Eisenhower Hall Theatre filled with anxious Class of 2013 cadets Nov. 29 awaiting their branch notification, a slide show revealed the numbers.
Class of 2015 Yearling Flag Ceremony
An enthusiastic band of Classmates reported to Camp Buckner on 26 July for the presentation of the 2015 Class Flag by our President, Clair Gill, and Bud Bucha.
Class of 2016 Acceptance Day
One milestone has hit the new cadets of the Class of 2016 as they are accepted into the Corps of Cadets during the Acceptance Day Parade on the Plain Aug. 18.
Class of 2015 Crest Unveiling
Daniel Donaghy ’65 and John Howell ’65, members of the Class of 2015’s 50-Year Affiliation Class were honored to share in the Class of 2015 Crest Unveiling.
Branch Night for the Class of 2012
At the branch notification ceremony on Dec. 1, the Class of 2012 discovered how they will serve as officers in the U.S. Army—whether it be Infantry, Quartermaster, and Air Defense or in any of the 16 branches.
Branch Night for the Class of 2010
“Ladies and Gentlemen, open your envelopes!” were the words the Firsties had been waiting to hear Sunday evening on the first day of November.
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