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Cadet Honor Guard's return to the Macy's Day Parade

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Project ended on December 04, at 11:59 PM MST
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Cadet Honor Guard Project extended until November 30th

November 09, 2017

Because of the mounting success of the FalconFunder Cadet Honor Guard Project, we have decided to extend the project until November 30th.  Our goal is to still hit the $15,000 goal and we are well over half way there because of supporters like yourself.  Please continue to spread the word about this project.


Also, please enjoy this Academy Drill Team video posted to YouTube in 2016.


Cadet Honor Guard Project Update - November 1st

November 01, 2017

Thank you for contributing to the Cadet Honor Guard Project on FalconFunder, the USAFA Endowment's crowdfunding platform.  We wanted to give you a quick update.  To date $4,444 has been contributed to the project.  We have also extended the project a week until November 11th.

The Cadet Honor Guard Project will be featured in this week's e-newsletter ZoomiNews which is distributed to a large population of graduates and parents.  Finally, a new highlight video was submitted and we are sharing that with this update.

Please help us reach our $15,000 goal for this important project by sharing the project with your friends, classmates and family on Facebook, Twitter and with the direct link through emails.  These can be found on the project page under the picture.

New Cadet Honor Guard Highlight Video (enjoy):


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An Honor Guard member’s title during their 4 degree year, marking the beginning of their journey onto the team.


There is Always a Bigger Hill

The first lesson taught to the SMACK’s. Always expect there to be a greater challenge awaiting you, but know your teammates have your back.


The Standard is Perfection

The lesson that teaches them that to honor others, they must always strive for perfection.


Calling out our Teammates

The lesson that encourages them to hold their teammates accountable to the standard so they may improve each other continuously.



The SMACK position which is the “heart” of the team. The person who the rest of the team can look to for the example.



The SMACK position which leads the rest in their various competitions and performances, and reports to the A-flight (training) NCO.



Team Comes First. The lesson closest to their hearts.