Registrations are being made by your friends and classmates (see below).  Start here to join them in September.

Robert Adams     1963
Marc Aronson     1968
Howard Rosenthal 1968  Ruth

Nick Syropoulos  1969
Larry Reed       1969  Geri
Bruce Orenstein  1969
Victor Gomez     1969  Evelyn
B.J. d'Orsay     1960, 1970
James Johnson    1970
Scott Travers    1970
Jeff Wenzel      1970

Garry Granger    1971
Greg Scott & Dinah (friend of Stride Coleman, '72)

Douglas Driscoll 1972  Anita
Don Malnati      1972
Doug Pennock     1972  Trudy

Greg Duran       1973
Herb Maher       1973  Anne

Luis Marien      1973
Willie Ramsey    1973  Karen
David Shipula, SMA 1973
Tom Del Valle    1973
Brett Thompson   1975  Rebecca Sain

Lawrence Nicholson   1975  Deborah
Luis Iglesias        1975  Tracy
James Mitchell       1976  Krista
Mike Payne           1976
Lee Lewis            1977
George Mineff        1977

Shawn Ogimachi       1977  Tonie
William Caruso       1979  Dorte
Phil Bentley         1983
Frank Berg           1980
Elizabeth Andrews    Museum Volunteer
Ainsley Bloomfield   Former Intern

May 4.  The AMA Foundation Board of Directors met.  The results of the recent election were announced.  All five incumbents were reelected.  Officers for the coming year were elected:  Douglas Pennock, President.  Tom Del Valle, Vice-President. Gary Cripps, Treasurer. John Arthur, Secretary.

This year's Raffle is for an M-1 Rifle.  Get more information and purchase your chances here.

We have a NEW website. It is intended to augment the current website, presenting AMA's history and legacy to the public. This older website will remain operation for the foreseeable future to present information particularly important for alumni.

New hours at the museum: open to the public Wednesdays - Sundays, 10-am to 4-pm
Closed on Mondays, Tuesdays and holidays.
The office will be open for business Tuesdays, 10-am to 4-pm

NEW! Take a Virtual Tour of our Museum

Augusta Military Academy Alumni Foundation

Augusta Military Academy operated from 1874 to 1984, a total of 110 years.  In spite of being closed, the school has a very active and vibrant alumni community. This site keeps the legacy alive and provides alumni a community to interact with each other and keep the memories of AMA alive. The public is invited to peruse our site and learn more about the heritage of military academies in the U.S. through the memories and legacy of Augusta Military Academy.


“To preserve the traditions of the Augusta Military Academy and to honor the memory of the life and times of its alumni, faculty, staff, and supporting families through the AMA Museum, the Legacy Scholarship and the publication of The Bayonet.”

The AMA MUSEUM is operated by the AMA Alumni Foundation, Inc., a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. The museum is manned by a paid staff. Former cadets volunteer their time and talent every month. Funding for the museum is totally dependent on tax-exempt financial gifts and donations made by the alumni, former faculty, and friends of Augusta Military Academy, as well as the community and visitors to the museum.

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