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Valley Forge Military Academy And College - Songs - The Valley Forge Military Academy Regimental Band
... The Valley Forge Military Academy College Regimental Band is world famous and has traveled to Europe many times in recent years to perform ... The Herald Fanfare Trumpets were brought to Valley Forge in 1953 by Colonel D ... Keith Feltham, Valley Forge Military Academy College, L.R.A.M ...
Valley Forge Military Academy And College
... Valley Forge Military Academy College (usually shortened as VFMA C) is an American all male preparatory boarding school (grades 7-12) and coeducational (as of Fall 2006 ... Though military in tradition and form, Valley Forge Military Academy (the high school portion of VFMA C) is a college preparatory boarding institution specializing on ... administration is composed almost entirely of current or retired military and the Board of Trustees are almost entirely alumni ...
United States Military Junior College - The Five Military Junior Colleges
... There are five Military Junior Colleges in the United States ... Wentworth Military Academy, Lexington, Missouri ... Wentworth Military Academy and College, founded in 1880, is a military junior college and private four-year college preparatory high school in Lexington, Missouri ...
Valley Forge Military Academy And College - History
... Valley Forge Military Academy was founded in 1928 by Lieutenant General Milton G ... patterned from those of the United States Military Academy at West Point, and so too was the first rank structure and that of the Corps of Cadets, which then had ... Subsequently, the school was known as Valley Forge Military Academy and Junior College ...

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