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Class of 1994


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Class of 1994 - Key Data

  • Appointed:1391 on Friday, June 29, 1990
  • Graduated:1024 on Wednesday, June 01, 1994
  • Commissions:
  • USAF-995
  • US Army-6
  • US Navy-2
  • US Marine Corps-9
  • Foreign-10
  • Not commissioned-2
  • Graduation Speaker:
  • The Honorable Dr. Sheila E. Widnall, Secretary of the Air Fo
  • Presented Commissions:
  • The Honorable Dr. Sheila E. Widnall, Secretary of the Air Fo
  • Presented Diplomas:
  • The Honorable Dr. Sheila E. Widnall, Secretary of the Air Force
  • Cadet Wing Commanders:
  • Trace W.Thurlby (Fall) Jesse D. Hernandez (Spring)
  • Scholarships:
  • All-Americans (sports):
  • Class Officers:
  • President: Kevin L. Pfeil; Scribe: Craig Allen
Heraldry:

Class Motto: Adapta et Appenime (Adapt and Overcome)

The American FlagShows are devotion and service to our country,and represents our respect for those who haveserved before us.

The Cadet ChapelReminds us of our faith in God and the foundationof America's freedom.

The MountainsSignify the obstacles we have overcome and haveyet to face in the future. They also represent theunity of our class.

The Prop and WingsSymbolic of our Air Force heritage and the efforts of earlyaviation pioneers who gave so much to the development of air power.

The StarsThe nine, four-point stars below the Eagle are symbolic of our class' strive for something higher. Thestars come together to form the constellation of Orion, who is symbolic of strength. The product ofthe stars and points is thirty-six, our class year.

The "Slanted Class Year"The 1994 written diagonally in the center of the crest is representative of the friendships, pain, and joy wehave experienced together as a class. Being the only class with a slanted class year also represents thedistinct character of the Class of 1994.

The AircraftThe numeric designations of the two F-15s, two F-16s, one A-10, and one F-22, add up to our class year, '94.The F-16 Fighting Falcons are symbolic of strength, alertness, aggressiveness, and poise. The F-15 Eaglessymbolize speed, power, and effectiveness. The A-10 is symbolic of strength, agility, and durability. The F-22symbolizes the future and the new Air Force which we are expected to lead.