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He came back this year and is also excelling in his studies and training. Todd and Jay Esplin plan to leave at the end of the summer on missions to Osorno, Chile, and Lima, Peru, then return to the academy. Guy Neddo will soon leave for the Hong Kong Mission but hopes to return to the academy after two years. Chris Henderson took a different approach. Barely meeting a deadline that requires cadets to be able to graduate before they turn 26, Chris was able to gain a renomination after his mission and is now completing his first year at the academy.
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My mission was an icebreaker that way. The groups form the wing. Wing staff has four seniors and four juniors who are in charge of the cadet squadrons as far as we can be without getting into the officer chain of command. Mike joined the Church during his junior year. As a member of the debate team one of more than extracurricular clubs and activities cadets can participate in , Mike kept running into LDS debaters on other teams. Of course, they loved to talk about it, and I listened.
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I had come to a point in my cadet career when things were going pretty bad. I had failed a class and my grades were getting lower and lower. I was having some problems with drinking. Then I went and talked with the missionaries. Mike had a debate team friend, Marty Wojtysiak, and together they explored the gospel. I want to learn more. The semester we got baptized was the best semester both of us ever had, both grade-wise and on the military side of things.
At first the other cadets kidded me about joining the Church, but now they watch out for me. They even change their speech when I walk into the room.
cjonolfofonomb.gq Like always, everyone showed up at the baptism. A cadet gave a talk on baptism, a cadet talked about confirmation, one played the piano, one led the songs, and Ted confirmed Jay. Incidentally, the two converts have done all right in collegiate debate, too. Marty won one of the two events he reached in the national finals, and Mike reached the finals in three events. I was about 12 then, and I got to stay with him for a couple of days to look the place over.
I fell in love with it. Guy is from Malta, Idaho, and graduated in a high school class of When he leaves for his mission, Guy will leave behind the flying club and the glider flights and the air shows.
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Guy remembers all too well his first year at the academy. Cody Carr, a sophomore from Mantua, Utah, also remembers.
You all start from zero, and any success you have depends on what you do at the academy. The fourthclassmen, or freshmen, are always required to be at attention except when in class, their own rooms, or the latrine. In most places they are not allowed to speak.
To cross campus, they must walk only on the white marble borders crisscrossing the terrazzo, the terrace between the academic buildings and the dorms.
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Freshmen are assigned most of the details and are constantly critiqued by upperclassmen. You had to run everywhere and could never go fast enough to satisfy them. They expected perfection. Cadets learn that no privilege is to be taken for granted, from breathing on up. It is a big day when they are first allowed to wear civilian clothing or listen to music. Distractions are kept to a minimum because each cadet carries an academic load of 18—21 or more semester hours and is also required to participate in intramural sports.
Academic failures soon find themselves back in civilian life. It provides a way to get out and away from it all on Sundays. LDS cadets, even doolies, are allowed to attend a weekly institute class. So the institute is some of the first contact we have with the Church. Doolies soon learn that the Church is well represented at the academy.
Besides the 40 to 70 LDS cadets, 10 to 15 percent of the faculty is LDS compared to 2 percent in the air force overall. An active missionary program brings about 5 to 10 cadets each year into the Church. And the Academy Ward, located just off base, becomes a hub of activity, especially on Sundays. Most of its members are staff, faculty, or students at the academy, and the cadets have their own group leadership responsible to the elders quorum presidency , which among other things organizes home teaching, plans trips to the stake farm, and coordinates social events with local Young Adult and YSI groups.
Planning on buying the place? Latter-day Saints are held in high repute because of the performance of past LDS cadets. For example, in both the number one and number two graduates were members of the Church. The other cadets will always order soft drinks for you instead of beer. They lose self-respect and the respect of their peers. On a typical day, Guy gets up at or A. Then he gets his room in inspection order, because inspections can come at any time. Breakfast is optional but must be eaten before Classes begin at and last until evening, with some athletic events interspersed in the schedule.
There is also a noon formation for lunch and daily marching so tourists can see the cadets. Academic call to quarters starts at P. If you want to get more done, sleep less. Sunday meetings and the weekly institute class really provide a break from that type of pressure, a chance to think about the other side of things. David will be announced as the Outstanding Cadet in Social Science, and the asterix printed on the program indicates he is receiving both military and scholastic recognition. We were sophomores.
We talked once for about two hours when she was on detail answering the phones.