Lt. Gen. Clark visits the Prep School
According to his biography, Lt. Gen. Richard M. Clark is the superintendent of USAFA and directs a four-year regimen of military training, academics, athletic and character development programs leading to a Bachelor of Science degree and a commission as a second lieutenant in the U.S. Air Force or U.S. Space Force.
During his visit to the Prep School, Clark informed the C/Cs of their recent accomplishments.
The Prep School has reached many milestones recently, including historic participation in USAFA academics in eight years, highest first quarter GPA in eight years, highest participation in the Early Path to Wings program, highest number of hours and orientation flights flown to date as well as many other accomplishments.
C/Cs Jayden Palmer, Paige Diehl and Sofia Sanchez were awarded for outstanding performance.
After visiting the Prep School, Clark headed to the Falcon Club for a First Friday event. These events take place the first Friday of every month and anyone assigned at USAFA is welcome to attend. The Prep School rock band The 341's performed.
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