2016 AMA Legacy Scholarships are now funded

Two 2016 AMA Legacy Scholarships each worth $2,000 have been funded through alumni contributions.

After announcing in the Winter Bayonet that scholarships were unfunded, a group of alumni stepped up and funded two scholarships. Read more about the efforts here.

Applications MUST be received by March 1, 2016, so time is short. Please pass this information along to anyone you know who may be interested in applying. Complete information, rules and application can be found here.

Register now for the reunion

The reunion this year will be held April 14 - 16 at the Holiday Inn. Early Bird registration runs through March 10. The registration form is available here. Complete details about the reunion can be found in the Winter 2016 Bayonet.

Come back to the valley in the best time of year and renew friendships with your classmates and all of the AMA Alumni

The Winter 2016 Bayonet available

The Winter 2016 Bayonet is available. It features plans to keep the AMA Museum, the new look planned for the 2016 reunion, includig the tentative schedule, a tribute to AMA's Vietnam veterans, spotlight on Mike Payne, '76, and MUCH MORE! Click here.

Special Message for all alumni

The AMA Alumni Foundation Trustees, Association and concerned Alumni met Saturday, September 26 at the Fishburne Military School library to discuss options to craft a future for our museum that is both attainable and sustainable beyond our lifetime. (read more)

Class Rings now available from Jostens

Ed Rogerville has made arrangements with Jostens to once again offer replacement class rings to interested AMA alumni. All of the details and pricing are included in this brochure. Download Brochure.

Roller Rifles II in Puerto Rico

Tom Del Valle AMA 1973, Jorge Rovirosa AMA 1970 and Garry Granger AMA 1971 visited Doug Pennock AMA 1972 at his home Island of Puerto Rico on June 17, 2015. The following is a printable G rated version of our four-day weekend. More ....

Reunion 2015 is in the books

In addition to the Summer Bayonet, you can browse photos at the new alumni gallery site. Click here.

Videos Now Available

Historical and current videos from AMA are now available here, thanks to Victor Gomez, '69. These are the videos Victor has been uploading to YouTube and presenting on Facebook

Start here: AMA Videos Photos

AMA PX News

The PX staff continue working diligently to improve service to you and keep expenses lower so that more funds go to the association.

Our shopping cart will make it easier to buy multiple items, specify sizes and compute shipping. It will take us awhile to work out the kinks, so please be patient and place as many orders as you can so we can learn. Remember all proceeds go to help keep our Association, Museum and Foundation running.

Start shopping now!

Contributions are being accepted

"We have not and we will not allow the present economic conditions to slow us down in our efforts to continue the progress and build upon the foundation of our Alumni Association which was founded 40 years ago this coming spring."  -- Jorge Rovirosa, October 2009

Make a Donation

Get inspired to tell your AMA story by purchasing a brick paver.  Not sure what you'd say?  Browse or search the over 700 bricks already in front of the AMA Alumni House/Museum. (Make sure you search for Hoover and PVH.)  Click Here. And while you're there, print out an order form and order your paver.  Support your Alma Mater and tell your story!

Three years in the making, the all AMA DVD premiered at Reunion 2008 featuring AMA, alumni and faculty experiences, memorable characters at AMA, and the service of Augusta men in five 20th and 21st century wars. Produced by the Winward Corporation and directed by Tom Kennedy and Hal McArthur, The AMA Way is very much a tribute to Mac McInnis, '67, whose dedication took it from concept to reality.

Click here to view a video trailer.

Visit these web sites to see how you can support our soldiers this holiday season:

America Supports You
USO
To Our Soldiers

A current email asking for cards to be sent to "A Recovering American Soldier" will not be delivered by the U.S. Postal Service.  More information can be found at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center web site.