For the second consecutive year, Missouri Military Academy’s (MMA) Fusileer Drill Team has won first place in the Association of Military Colleges & Schools of the United States (AMCSUS) national drill competition. The Fusileers competed and earned first place in Unarmed Regulation Drill in the 2020 competition.
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Jesús Guzmán is a famous standup comedian who has applied his talent and creativity to multiple facets of the entertainment industry. Throughout his career, he has served as a television writer, actor and talk show host; radio personality, voice actor and DJ; writer; producer; and translator for Broadway adaptations in Mexico.
Mark Ledford ’78 was an accomplished trumpeter, vocalist and guitarist who regularly contributed to smooth jazz and jazz fusion albums throughout the 80s and 90s.
"MMA was the perfect environment preparing me for the unexpected crucible of war I experienced during the majority of my life and service to our great country!" - Lieutenant Colonel Ian Wolfe (USAF, Ret) ’91
Missouri Military Academy has named Bob Belknap vice president for institutional advancement.
A successful pilot, veteran, big game hunter, businessman, Formula One race car driver and author – Burt Avedon ’41 led a life full of duty, excitement and adventure.
As 2019 draws to a close, here’s a look at our most notable stories of the year.
As a three-star general, Jack C. Fuson ’39 is among the highest U.S. military ranking Missouri Military Academy alumni. A true patriot, his active duty service extended over three wars, and even in his retirement, Fuson served his country as a military advisor and preserver of American history
This year, our community raised $8,658 in immediate donations and $12,399 in additional pledges — for a total of $21,058 raised. That is more than 6 times the amount raised the previous Giving Tuesday
Missouri Military Academy alumnus Paul Callaway was a distinguished composer, performer, choirmaster and musical leader known and recognized around the world.
‘Tis the season to reflect on the year and what we are most thankful for! At MMA, we are thankful for a strong community of parents, alumni and Academy friends who support our mission to provide the discipline, structure, accountability, leadership, and life lessons that transform young men’s lives. Read what a few MMA families are thankful for this season in regards to their cadet’s MMA education.
MMA parents, alumni and friends of the Academy can show their MMA pride on their Christmas trees! These beautiful, one-of-a-kind brass ornaments depict a three-dimensional image of Stribling Hall.
A World War II veteran, Robert M. White II ’33 was a nationally recognized reporter, editor and publisher; a first amendment rights activist and a pioneer in cable television who served in leadership roles for several major news agencies and associations.
On December 3, MMA will kick off the 2019-20 Annual Campaign — “Every Year, Every Cadet Stronger” — on Giving Tuesday, a global day of giving where millions pay it forward to support the causes that matter to them. On Giving Tuesday, MMA is asking for your support for our cadets and the Academy. Will you make a gift or a pledge and make a positive difference?
A successful actor and singer, Thomas “Christopher” Connelly ’59 starred in several television series and movies between 1963 and 1988.