The Air Force Academy was a great place to get a first hand view of how our future leaders are trained. The academy allowed the diversity of the students to be supported yet they worked as a unit.
About United States Air Force Academy
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We arrived at the academy and went thru the security gate and then onto the information/gift center. we spoke with a lady at the counter and received great info on this location as well as the museum at the AF Base east of CS. we...More
Came here with a large group and had limited time to explore but what we saw was awesome. The cathedral is very impressive, i enjoyed that very much. Was great to see the cadets out in formation and also they were very friendly and approachable.
We arrived at 10 AM on a July morning and opted to walk to the Chapel before it got too hot. The walk is about one mile round trip but is worth the trip. The chapel is breathtaking. We witnessed recruits participating in boot camp...More
The visitor center has a great variety of souvenirs. The chapel lives up to the hype. There is a path from visitor center to chapel which is pleasant and offers information on AFA.
We had a chance to visit the AF Academy while in Colorado. The chapel was beautiful & we also got to see the incoming class of cadets. The visitors center has a great short film & a set up a cadets room. Definitely a place...More
A national treasure, the USAF Academy has many no-cost attractions, including several nature hikes, historical monuments, and of course the world famous Air Force Academy Chapel. Many displays and interpretive pieces showcase the Academy experience, from cadet academic, military, and athletic life. Noon meal formation...More