Air Force Cadet Officer Mentor Action Program (AFCOMAP) 16th Annual Awards and Scholarship Banquet and Annual Leadership Conference

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The Air Force Cadet Officer Mentor Action Program celebrates its 16th Annual Awards and Scholarship Banquet and Ledearship Conference at Bolling Air Force Base's Officer Club. Tickets for the 15th Annual Banquet September 21, 2007 6:00PM are available now.

On Friday September 21, 2007 the 16th Annual National AFCOMAP Awards and Scholarship Banquet will be held on Bolling AFB, Washington DC. This year's guest speaker will be General Bernard P. Randolph, USAF (Retired) Former Commander, Air Force Systems Command.

AFCOMAP National President, Brig. Gen. Larry O. Spencer and the Bessie Coleman (Pentagon) Chapter will host the event. Chapters from all across the country will be represented, as well as numerous Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps & high school cadets who benefit from the work of AFCOMAP. Mentors and cadets who provided outstanding support will be recognized at the banquet during the awards ceremony.

As a nonprofit organization, AFCOMAP's charter is to promote professional and leadership development of Air Force officers and assist cadets as they transition into active duty. Initially focused on minority officer development and recruitment, AFCOMAP has transitioned into a secretary of the Air Force-sanctioned organization, focused on the mentorship of all officers. Its membership is composed of active duty, Reserve, Guard, retired commissioned officers, AFROTC cadets and honorary members who are committed to the professional growth of the aerospace leaders of the future.

To Register or to buy your banquet tickets, please visit http://www.pentagonafcomap.org.

The Air Force officially recognized AFCOMAP on June 30, 1989. We are a nonprofit, nonpartisan, and nonsectarian organization. Our purpose is to promote professional and leadership development for all Air Force Officers, to assist officer candidates (cadets) with their transition into the Air Force, to support retention of minority officers in the Air Force, and to promote the image of the Air Force in our local communities by seeking to stimulate the interest of youth in an Air Force career in the service of our nation. The vision of AFCOMAP is embodied in the statement: "Every officer mentored; every officer a mentor."

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NICHOLE KING-CAMPBELL, Bequiessence
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