Connect with Other ANA Alumni
- Professional Networking – post or search for jobs and give or get advice on the job market from fellow Alumni who share the values instilled at a military school.
- Location Services – this site allows you to search for Alumni by year of graduation, location, and career field.
- Secure Forum – we’ve put safeguards in place to ensure that only ANA Alumni are allowed to join the site. This is a secure place for you to share your thoughts and views and to engage in discussion with other Alumni.
- Personalized News – you can opt into a weekly newsletter that’s created based on your connections, interests, in more, keeping you informed of the news that’s most relevant to you.
Mentorship and Ambassador Programs
The Academy is launching three new programs to create Alumni connections and strengthen the Army-Navy Community.
Thanks in advance for "paying it forward" by telling others your story, supporting a current Cadet as he applies to college, or showing him the ropes at your workplace.
Will you tell others your story?
Questions? Please contact the Office of Alumni Affairs by email or at 760.547.5277.
Edward “Gordon” Reigle, Army and Navy Academy Class of 1948, passed away on October 7, 2014.
He was a consistent supporter of the Academy. A former trustee, Reigle gave time, treasure, and input that helped shape the school into what it has become today. He also inspired his nephew, Brad Williams ’78, to attend.
Our sincere condolences go to the Reigle family for their loss. We thank you for your continuous support of our mission to educate and develop good character in young men.Read Full Story
Alumni Networking Site Launched
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A Message from LTC Roland Miraco '90
"Last week I received a phone call from MG Bartell. He is reaching out to ANA Alumni about the direction he is taking ANA. Overall it was a great phone call. He spoke about unity of effort across all aspects of ANA with a focus on the future.
After speaking to him, it is absolutely clear that he is putting the military back into ANA (as he should be) and that he is 100% committed to the Cadets, Staff and Faculty and the legacy which is ANA."Read Full Story