ANNOUNCING A NEW FEATURE ON OUR WEBSITE - USAFA '60 MEMBERS-ONLY SECTION
After considerable dedication and effort, J. T. has prepared a new feature for us that will permit access
to data that we consider non-public and which also provides directories for classmates and next of kin.
It requires sign-up by the user and qualification by the website.
(Click the blue tab above to access.)
A note from JT: "Your website now has a restricted-access, "Classmates Only" section. It
contains Directories giving the latest contact information for both Classmates
and Next-of-Kin (available for viewing and/or download) plus a Private NOTAMS
section for Class communications/information not intended for public viewing. Click on the blue tab above
to access the Login
Page. First-time users will be directed to request a password. Access will be
granted only to Classmates, Next-of-Kin or other authorized users. Once you have received your password,
subsequent visits to the Login Page will permit you to access the protected
We urge you to read Andi Biancur's letter to the Class regarding the AOG election and by-laws voting HERE.
From Bill Zersen:
The "Northwest Falcons" of the Class of 1960 are planning a mini-reunion for all classmates in Reno June 6-7,
2017. They have just requested a block of rooms at the Peppermill Casino. The
planned activities are: Cocktails on 6 Jun and a dinner on 7 June - no other
activities are planned. Anyone that would like to join the "West Coast Gang" of
the Class of 1960 please contact Bill Zersen at: E: email@example.com or T:
Update: As of 8 February, 28 persons plan to attend.The only planned activities for all of us are a cocktail and hors d'oeuvres
the evening of the 6th and a dinner at ZOZO's Ristorante the evening of the
7th. No meetings, etc. I have also had input from people that will go to the
Auto Museum or the Lake during the day of the 7th. I know and plan to go to a
great succhi (sp?) restaurant for lunch on the 7th. Another interesting place
to go to on the 7th is Old Town Truckee.
(Webmaster's note: Old Virginia City is an interesting visit.)
Enter the members-only section to view planned attendance and other information.
From Dick Sexton:
By now you have seen of the agreement between the AOG and the Endowment
regarding a single CEO and the change to the AOG By-Laws to implement the
agreement. (See the AOG web site, the letter from the AOG Board and Vic
Andrews.) [AOG Board letter HERE]
The agreement is not perfect and does not go as far as I would have liked,
but it is a first step in the right direction. (The perfect is often the enemy
of the good enough.) My concerns involve a single CEO responding to two very
different Boards with different focuses and different governance and business
models. I am also concerned about the joint budgeting process.
Having said that, I still strongly support the agreement and would urge all
of you to vote for the change to the By-Laws. There is still a lot of work to be
done; but at least this is a start in what I see as a long process of coming up
with a structure that will best support the Academy, the Cadets & the
Regional Get-togethers of Classmates
15 Feb 2017 COS '60 luncheon 12:30 at Falcon Club.
Contact: Wayne Kendall, firstname.lastname@example.org
3 April 2017 DC '60 luncheon 11:30 Springfield Cntry Club,
Contact:Tony Burshnick, email@example.com
RG Head's speaking schedule:
COS 11-18 March 2017, Wash. D.C. 7 April 2017.
Click HERE for details.
6-8 June, Reno mini-reunion. See Zersen above.
Having a get-together? Notify others HERE.