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Posted on Friday, October 1, 2021
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Posted on Friday, October 1, 2021
Every Friday the Fork Union Military Faculty and Staff meet to nominate a few who have exceeded the standards and demonstrated superlative performance. Whilst we have various awards and recognitions - a simple "Well Done!" we hope, is also appreciated. The combination of the Bravo and Zulu nautical signal flags, i.e., Bravo Zulu, also referred to as "BZ," is a naval signal, typically conveyed by flag hoist or voice radio, meaning "Well Done" with regard to actions, operations or performance... Read More
Posted on Friday, October 1, 2021
  Good afternoon FUMA family. It's exciting to see God moving here on campus. We're seeing great things happen through our Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) chapter. For those who are not familiar with this ministry, FCA is an international ministry designed to equip and empower Christian athletes to live out their faith. FCA's founder, Dan McClanen, noticed the enormous influence athletes had in endorsing merchandise. He began to feel a conviction to challenge Christian athletes to use... Read More
Posted on Friday, September 24, 2021
  Ben Jamison with his wife and children. Good afternoon FUMA family. My name is Ben Jamison and I'm the new Chaplain here at Fork Union Military Academy. Scripture declares to us in 1st John, "We proclaim to you what we have seen and heard, so that you also may have fellowship with us." (1 John 1:3a) John opens his letter in this way because there is power in telling the story of what God is doing. It draws us all together and proclaims that God is active and working to overcome the... Read More
Posted on Friday, September 24, 2021
Every Friday the Fork Union Military Faculty and Staff meet to nominate a few who have exceeded the standards and demonstrated superlative performance. Whilst we have various awards and recognitions - a simple "Well Done!" we hope, is also appreciated. The combination of the Bravo and Zulu nautical signal flags, i.e., Bravo Zulu, also referred to as "BZ," is a naval signal, typically conveyed by flag hoist or voice radio, meaning "Well Done" with regard to actions, operations or performance... Read More
Posted on Friday, September 24, 2021
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Posted on Friday, September 24, 2021
  September 24, 2021 Term I Final Exam Schedule Set for Friday, Oct. 1 Next Friday, Oct. 1 is the Term I Final Exam. It is also a leave weekend. Please review the academic schedule for next Friday, as classes begin at the normal 8:00 AM time and will end at 12:30 PM. Cadets are eligible to go on leave after 12:30 PM, if they have approval from their athletic coach and TAC officer. Exam Schedule for 8th Grade to Postgraduate Exam Schedule for 7th Grade   Parents Weekend Schedule Fork... Read More
Posted on Friday, September 17, 2021
  Read the latest issue of Front & Center:
Posted on Friday, September 17, 2021
Every Friday the Fork Union Military Faculty and Staff meet to nominate a few who have exceeded the standards and demonstrated superlative performance. Whilst we have various awards and recognitions - a simple "Well Done!" we hope, is also appreciated. The combination of the Bravo and Zulu nautical signal flags, i.e., Bravo Zulu, also referred to as "BZ," is a naval signal, typically conveyed by flag hoist or voice radio, meaning "Well Done" with regard to actions, operations or performance... Read More
Posted on Friday, September 17, 2021
  September 17, 2021 This weekend marks the first official leave weekend https://app.orah.com/login * Please remember to contact Activities Coordinator BJ York (yorkw@fuma.org) for any transportation needs and requests * Mrs. Amy Reese does not cover cadet transportation needs.* For a cadet to be eligible to go on leave, a parent must have submitted a Leave Request in the Orah Parent Portal at least a day prior to the day of leaving. Fork Union recommends at least four days in advance.... Read More

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