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Class of 1985


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Class of 1985 - Key Data

  • Appointed:1466 on Monday, June 22, 1981
  • Graduated:945 on Wednesday, May 29, 1985
  • Commissions:
  • USAF-934
  • US Army-1
  • US Navy-1
  • US Marine Corps-2
  • Foreign-4
  • Not commissioned-3
  • Graduation Speaker:
  • The Honorable Verne Orr, Secretary of the Air Force
  • Presented Commissions:
  • The Honorable Verne Orr, Secretary of the Air Force
  • Presented Diplomas:
  • The Honorable Verne Orr, Secretary of the Air Force
  • Cadet Wing Commanders:
  • Scott E. Dumbauld (Fall) James E. Lovell (Spring0
  • Scholarships:
  • All-Americans (sports):
  • Class Officers:
  • President: Scott M. Vipond; Scribe: Frank "Q." Williams
Heraldry:

Class Motto: Defensores Libertatis (Defenders Of Our Freedom)

THE CADET CHAPELA structure of architectural achievement, nestled in thefoothills of the Rockies, reminds us of our faith in God and the foundation of America's freedom.

THE AMERICAN FLAGSymbolizes devotion and service to our country and represents our respect to those whoserved before us.

THE PROP AND WINGSRecognizes our training achievements and reminds us of our service's beginnings as the ArmyAir Corps.

THE AIRCRAFTThe F-16XL is an example of the Air Force's commitment to progressive technology. Thiscommitment to advanced weapons-systems allows us to be "Defenders of our Freedom."