Class of the Month: 2013
Every month we will recognize a featured class online, highlighting the accomplishments and catching up with where they are now.
Graduating Class Demographics
Graduating: 1042 will walk across the stage (includes Internationals)
Men: 826 (79.3%) Women: 216 (20.7%)
Minorities: 234 (22.4%)
Sets of Twins: 2
Fourth-Child Graduates: 1
Third-Child Graduates: 7
Second-Child Graduates (other than twins): 48
Second Generation Graduates: 58 (includes 10 cadets, both mother and father graduates)
Posthumous Graduate: 1
Graduates Going To Pilot Training: 452
Graduates Going To Combat Systems Operator (Navigator) Training: 5
Graduates Going To Air Battle Manager Training: 5
Graduates Going To Remotely Piloted Aircraft: 10
Total Rated Officers in Class: 472
Taking the Hill and Fountain Jumps - View photos
During the last academic day for the Class of 2013, the firsties stormed the hill during noon meal formation and those who have finished all their academics jumped into the fountains, as is Academy tradition!
Class of 2013 Links
- Check back for more Class of 2013 links and graduation coverage!
- Are you a member of the Class of 2013? The mission of the USAFA First-Class Giving Program is to provide graduating cadets of the United States Air Force Academy an easy way to make a commitment of giving back to the Academy upon graduation.
- Lance Wilhelm Named Mountain Region Senior of the Year
- Air Force senior Hannah Dake won the Arthur Ashe Jr. Leadership and Sportsmanship Award for the Mountain Region
- Senior team captain Cole VonOhlen becomes the first wrestler in program to be named a four-time team MVP
- Senior Todd Fletcher was awarded the Bob Spear Award in Air Force men's basketball, given to the student-athlete that is outstanding in all areas of the Academy - academics, athletics and military performance. Fellow senior Michael Lyons earned the Bob Beckel Most Valuable Player award for the second consecutive season.
If you would like your class to be highlighted as the Class of the Month in the future, send us an email with class news or projects that you'd like to have showcased.
People have asked "How do you choose the class of the month?", and your class involvement with the AOG and USAFA Endowment really helps determine what projects we feature at a given time. Grads in the news can also impact what class content gets showcased from month to month.