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Discussion in 'Air Force Academy - USAFA' started by Raptor16, Oct 9, 2012.

  1. Raptor16

    Raptor16 Member

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    I haven't posted in this forum very much, but after hanging around for a few months the amount of knowledge I have gained is amazing. I just wanted to thank all of you who take the time to share your wisdom and give advice, it is much appreciated! :shake:
     
  2. Bundy

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    Our son is now a C2C and we've been perusing and sometimes posting to this forum for a few years. I completely echo your sentiments. Christcorp and others who frequently share their knowledge on USAFA are providing a tremendous service to those just beginning - and continuing on - this journey. In addition, I am always impressed by the dignity and respect they extend to all the forum posters.

    So thank you, Christcorp, and all the others who have made a difference in our lives as our sons and daughters wind their way through USAFA and ultimately on to serving our country. Your selfless contributions to this forum are HIGHLY appreciated. I could not read this thread without taking a moment to also express our sincere thanks.
     
  3. Christcorp

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    My pleasure. Just so happen, I am in a meeting with our region ALO's and our regional director from admissions. I've mentioned how valuable this website is for new applicants. The majority of applicants never access the websites. Most do it "The old fashioned way". Mos ALO's have never even though of using forums. (Guess they are too old school).

    This website is a very valuable tool for applicants. And it's not just me, steve, or any one person. The process and life at the academy changes every year. No two years are 100% identical. So it requires to contributions of all the parents, candidates, current cadets, graduates, ALO's, etc... Each person brings a unique perspective to the process. mike.....
     

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