US Air Force Academy Endowment News
Reception and Roast
On behalf of the Air Force Academy Endowment, Rod Hennek, '75, hosted a reception in honor of Lt. Gen. Mike Gould, '76. Attendees included friends and classmates of Gen. Gould, as they enjoyed conversation and a look at the current and future status of the Academy, as well as a small "roast" in celebration of the Superintendent's upcoming retirement this summer.
Donor Event - Dinner in DC
On March 7, Gen. (Ret.) Ed and Karen Eberhart, '68, hosted a dinner at the beautiful Belle Haven Country Club in Alexandria, VA, on behalf of the United States Air Force Academy Endowment.
Donor Event - An Evening in Miami
On February 26, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph F. Aragon, '70, hosted a wonderful garden dinner at their Miami home, on behalf of the United States Air Force Academy Endowment.
Donor Event - Phoenix, Arizona
On February 12, 2013, the Endowment was pleased to host graduates, family and friends of the Academy at the Paradise Valley Country Club in Phoenix, Arizona. The Endowment would like to thank Keith and Patty Withycombe, '66, Col (Ret) Pat and Nancy Hurley, '68, and the Paradise Valley Country Club for their generous hospitality, as well as all of those in attendance.
The Holaday Athletic Center
We would like to thank all of the graduates, parents and friends of the Academy whose contributions made the Holaday Athletic Center a reality for our cadets. Thank you for supporting your Academy! Indoor facility provides ideal conditions for Air Force's quarterback battle.
Center for Character & Leadership Development
The new Center for Character and Leadership Development will be the first and only organization of its kind in the nation—the unique focal point for the total integration of character and leadership development into all aspects of the Academy experience, marshalling the institution's considerable academic, programmatic and personnel resources from all three mission elements under a single comprehensive structure.
Read more at CCLD.USAFA.ORG
The U.S. Air Force Academy established the Eisenhower Center for Space and Defense Studies to introduce cadets to the excitement and challenges of space and to prepare them to lead as they face the space and defense policy challenges ahead.
The Center's goal is to ensure that Air Force Academy graduates understand the critical role that space and cyberspace have in the broader national defense discussion, and that they are able to influence this conversation positively in their leadership roles throughout their careers.
Mr. Peter B. Teets, former Under Secretary of the Air Force and head of the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO), is the Distinguished Chairman of the Eisenhower Center and a strong support of its mission. Mr. and Mrs. Teets have generously offered to match your investment in the Eisenhower Center for up to $25,000 per year for the next five years. This will allow the Center to offer improved and unique educational opportunities for cadets in space policy and promote greater integration among existing programs across the Academy.
Please join the USAFA Endowment and Mr. and Mrs. Teets in support of the Eisenhower Center for our cadets at the United State Air Force Academy. More Information