Those who fight COVID-19 on the frontlines have shown true commitment, bravery and heroism despite the hardships and health risks they face every day. We are honoring a few MMA alumni who have made and continue to make a difference during the pandemic.
Alumni & Development
Pvt. Rhys Bullington from MMA’s Class of 2019 arrived at Fort Leonard Wood for Basic Combat Training on October 28, 2020. According to an interview with The Springfield News Leader, Bullington says Missouri Military Academy helped prepare him for the challenges he has faced thus far.
Missouri Military Academy has received a $50,000 gift from the family of the late Robert H. Nicolaus II, who graduated from MMA in 1972. The unrestricted gift was a bequest in her son’s memory from the former cadet’s 100-year-old mother, Helen Nicolaus.
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