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  • List of United States Air Force Academy alumni

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    Air Force Thunderbirds at the graduation ceremony at the United States Air Force Academy Logo of the Air Force Academy The United States Air Force Academy is an undergraduate college in Colorado Springs, Colorado, with the mission of educating and commissioning officers for the United States Air Force. The Academy was established in 1954, entered its first class in 1955, and graduated its first class in 1959. All students hold the Air Force rank of "Cadet." Sports media refer to the Academy as "Air Force"; this usage is officially endorsed. Most cadets are admitted through a congressional appointment system. The curriculum is broad-based but has traditionally emphasized science and engineering. Before the Academy's first graduating class in 1959, the United States Military Academy and United States Naval Academy were the primary sources of officers for the Air Force and its predecessors, the Army Air Corps and Army Air Forces. Though the primary focus of the Academy is for the Air Force, some graduates are given the option of "cross-commissioning" into the United States Army, United States Navy, United States Marine Corps, or United States Coast Guard.

  • Linworth Alternative Program

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    Linworth Alternative Program is located in Worthington, Ohio in the Linworth area and is part of the Worthington City School District.

  • Princeton Reunions

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    The Class of 1984 at its 20th reunion in 2004. The Class of 1954 at its 50th reunion in 2004. Note the uniform jackets. The Class of 1982 at its 25th reunion in 2007, posing for a group photo in front of Blair Arch. Part of the crowd at the 5th reunion area in 2003. The Princeton Reunions are an annual college reunion event held every year on the weekend before commencement at Princeton University. It is known as the best-attended college reunion in the world. Known simply as "Reunions", this event brings back to campus upwards of 25,000 alumni and guests for a four-day celebration featuring large outdoor tents, elaborate costumes, sporting events, alumni and faculty presentations, fireworks, and bands from rock to swing.

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