Air Force Academy Visitor Center
Air Force Academy Grounds
The Cadet Chapel is both the most recognizable building at the United States Air Force Academy and the most visited man-made tourist attraction in Colorado.
The Cadet Chapel
This aluminum, glass and steel structure features 17 spires that shoot 150 feet into the sky. It is considered among the most beautiful examples of modern American academic architecture.
Interior of The Cadet Chapel looking to the front.
Interior of The Cadet Chapel looking to the organ located above the rear entrance.
Republic F-105D Thunderchief in front of Vandenberg Hall. Vandenberg Hall is the second-largest university dormitory in the country,
This particular McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom is the only aircraft credited with six MiG kills since the Korean War. Martha and I worked on RF-4C Phantoms during our time in the Air Force at Shaw AFB.
General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon
McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle
The Cadet Honor Code.
Martha in front of Polaris Hall. The 105-foot tower points directly toward Polaris—the North Star—and symbolizes the core values of the Academy.
Polaris Hall—named for the North Star—is home to the Center for Character and Leadership Development (CCLD).
The Cadet Gymnasium