On Friday, February 21st, Cadet Olaogun and his team were able to dominate Army and gain a victory in volleyball. Despite the height advantage the Army team had, Cadets Olaogun, Sales, and Manglal-lan demonstrated great finesse in gliding through the air as if they could walk on it. Proving that height was not an issue, the team came up with a solid win, allowing the Air Force to keep the Commanders Cup. The following picture illustrates Cadet Olaogun executing a vicious spike against Army for the game ending point.
– C/3C Rueda
This past Saturday, around forty cadets made the decision to try out an organization and take a step in becoming a better cadet. These organizations seem difficult and pose daunting challenges but are meant to produce cadets that are both physically and mentally strong. If you are interested, show up this coming Saturday ready to impress. In Leadership Lab, the focus has been to promote a healthy lifestyle through proper diet and exercise. While going to PT twice a week is a step in the right direction, it is encouraged that you work out three to four times a week. However, all that exercise will mean nothing if you don’t eat healthy as well. Be sure to check out the Beast Mode Diet and work extra hard because spring break is coming up. If you haven’t already signed up, be sure to choose an event for Quint Det. This will a great opportunity to interact with fellow cadets and show off your skills. We are Best in the West for a reason, and Quint Det will the perfect place to impress everyone out there. Lastly, remember the importance of grades. If you are struggling and need any help, do not hesitate to ask. Stay motivated cadets and let’s make this semester the best!
– C/4C Mistry