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VFMAC Food Service Feeds the Crowds

VFMAC Food Service Feeds the Crowds

There is one building on campus which plebes, Cadets, faculty and staff learn about on arrival: the chow hall – home to breakfast, lunch and dinner for a hungry Corps of Cadets. Serving 18,000 meals per month, it is among the busiest and perhaps most important places...
Cadets Keep Busy at VFMAC

Cadets Keep Busy at VFMAC

Cadets at VFMAC work hard. It starts early and ends late, and in between is high level academics, mandatory study hall, PT, clubs, sports, band and many other activities. On the weekend, they are kept busy but at a more relaxed pace. There are movie nights, bowling,...
School Rings: A Tradition Rooted to the Military

School Rings: A Tradition Rooted to the Military

The tradition of wearing a school ring dates back to 1835 and has military roots. The first class rings were worn by those at the US Military Academy at West Point. It extended beyond the military as increasing numbers graduated from high school and then attending...
The Band Plays On With Fanfare and Accolades

The Band Plays On With Fanfare and Accolades

The VFMAC Regimental Band is widely recognized regionally and around the world. The precision with which it plays and marches represents the institution in exactly the manner VFMAC teaches. Comprising both College and Academy Cadets, it leads formal parades on campus,...
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