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2023-24 - MMA NEWS

MMA Cadet Noah Kaheaku Shines at Camp Perry JROTC Regionals, Securing a Spot at Nationals 

At the Camp Perry JROTC Regionals competition, Cadet Noah Kaheaku '26 from Walla Walla, Washington, individually placed second, earning him a spot to compete at the national level in March. In a competition against 17 other teams, MMA's team 1 finished fourth regionally and 18th nationally for Army teams, and MMA’s team 2 finished 11th regionally and 34th nationally for Army teams.  

MMA Cadets Celebrate with Families and Friends During Valentine's Weekend 2024

Missouri Military Academy (MMA) hosted cadet families and friends from across the United States and around the world for a Valentine's Weekend celebration February 9-11. Weekend events included parent classroom visits, parent/teacher conferences, a battalion review, a college Q&A and the Valentine's Ball. 

CLA Kordel Moore Returns to MMA After 13-Month Deployment

Missouri Military Academy CLA SGT Kordel Moore has returned to the Academy after a 13-month deployment. In October 2022, SGT Moore was activated to assist with a DOD-approved mission to address issues on the southwest border in Operation Guardian Support (OGS).

Officer Larry Jones Addresses MMA Cadets on the Dangers of Drug Use

On Wednesday, January 17, Officer Larry Jones, father of Cadet Tru Jones, spoke with cadets on the dangers of drug use. Jones is a dedicated law enforcement professional with a rich background in service. A U.S. Navy veteran of four years, Jones has carried his commitment to duty into a distinguished 28-year career as a police officer in Lee’s Summit, Missouri. As a tactical instructor and a drug recognition expert instructor, Jones shared with cadets the truths surrounding drug abuse. 

2022-23 - MMA NEWS

Scout Troop 1889 Cadets Joiner and Miller Attend Weeklong Camp at Lake of the Ozarks

Two Missouri Military Academy Troop 1889 scouts, Cadets Joiner and Miller, attended a weeklong scout camp at Lake of the Ozarks, where they worked on obtaining a variety of merit badges including blacksmithing, plumbing, welding, rifle and archery. The cadets were awarded at the camp for their leadership skills, receiving the titles of camp senior patrol leader and patrol leader. 

2022-23 in Review: Top 10 MMA Highlights

From a national championship to more than $5.2 million in college scholarships offered to the Class of 2023, the 2022-23 academic year included significant achievements for the 134th Missouri Military Academy Corps of Cadets.

Missouri Military Academy president addresses the commandant staff

Missouri Military Academy conducted commandant staff training on campus June 5-9, 2023. Conducted each year to educate commandant staff on the best practices for supporting cadets and to provide key safety education and certification, the training emphasized safety, security, leadership, the Academy's mission and history, and the staff's role in implementing MMA's military educational model based on structure, self-discipline, and accountability.

Missouri Military Academy assistant dean for instruction and learning Ranae Clement

Missouri Military Academy has named Elizabeth “Ranae” Clement as assistant dean for instruction and learning. Clement, an English instructor who joined the faculty of the private all-male school last fall, assumed her new duties at the end of May. She replaces Dale Land as the Academy’s assistant academic dean.

Missouri Military Academy Cadet Ontiveros at the state golf competition, May 2023, in Springfield, Missouri.

Cadet Gabriel Ontiveros, a Missouri Military Academy junior from Monterrey, Mexico, competed in the Class 2 Missouri state 2023 golf tournament at Rivercut Golf Course in Springfield, Missouri, in May. Although he missed the all-state cut, he finished 20th out of approximately 80 golfers with a score of 171.

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MMA Cadet Noah Kaheaku Shines at Camp Perry JROTC Regionals, Securing a Spot at Nationals 

At the Camp Perry JROTC Regionals competition, Cadet Noah Kaheaku '26 from Walla Walla, Washington, individually placed second, earning him a spot to compete at the national level in March. In a competition against 17 other teams, MMA's team 1 finished fourth regionally and 18th nationally for Army teams, and MMA’s team 2 finished 11th regionally and 34th nationally for Army teams.  

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