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Military Academy review with alumni and cadets


Boys who have the good fortune to join our corps of cadets are molded into good men who become good leaders, good fathers and good citizens.

The world could certainly use more of them. But as you know, there are precious few places like Missouri Military Academy left on Earth.

What you and thousands of men like you received at MMA is special, and what we receive from you in return is what has kept us going strong since 1889.

Alumni News Highlights

Missouri Military Academy President Geraci Connects with MMA Family in Mexico

In April, Missouri Military Academy President Brigadier General Richard V. Geraci, USA (Ret), visited alumni and families in Laredo, Monterrey, Mexico City, and Querétaro. This annual trip aims to foster connections, strengthen the MMA brotherhood, and celebrate the achievements of the Academy’s Mexican alumni.

MMA President Richard V. Geraci presents cadet with an award

When a cadet attends Missouri Military Academy, he not only receives support from our faculty, company leadership advisors, coaches, and other staff but also gains a lifelong connection with thousands of alumni brothers worldwide. Read a letter from George Davison, Class of 1968, to Cadet Cooper Johnston '25, recipient of the 2024 Davison Broadcasting Award. 

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The whole core of what MMA stands for is still there, even after the ups and downs of 130 years. I believe in what they are doing.

Chris Gentry ’88

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