The Cadet Wing will celebrate the holiday season Dec. 1 to raise morale and holiday spirits before heading into finals week.
"Morale is super important to all mission elements at USAFA. It drives key changes from semester to semester, helping us continually improve our cadet leadership style."
- Cadet Wing Standardization and Evaluation Officer
"Without morale and recognition of hard work team members will feel their efforts are going unnoticed. However, if you recognize people’s achievements and their value, they will take pride in and continue to improve their organization."
- Cadet Group 3 Commander
Held in the Arnold Hall ballroom, the event will feature an ambiance and décor that evokes the holiday spirit, perfect for cadets who are typically stressed during the last leg of the semester.
Cadets will be able to enjoy:
- an ugly sweater contest
- holiday-themed karaoke
- their AOCs’ and AMTs’ dogs
- giant Jenga, cornhole and other games from Cadet Entertainment
- an arts and crafts area
- Wing Holiday Casino night, hosted by local company Deuces Wild.
To increase awareness of the many holidays celebrated during this time of year, the Diversity & Inclusion team will provide an assortment of snacks and holiday foods from the cultures and countries represented by the international cadets at USAFA.
Thank you, parents, friends, and family!
Your support makes this entire event possible.