A beginning, and an end.  Graduation of 59B meant the begining of a new career, and the end of an intensive and sometimes painful process. 

Over 200 were initially selected for Class 50 B in late 1958, but by June 19th, only 113 donned the coveted gold bars.
"Dedication and education. Both are required in large measure of all our people in the Armed Forces today, and nowhere more than in officers of the United States Air Force" (B/Gen Giffin at OCS Commencement Address)

This page was last updated on: July 22, 2013
The Day Room
Change of Command,
and a new "Second Class"
Pass in Review...
and we did it so well!
A new feature is available, Alumni pages for bios, photos, etc. 

Go the the Alumni Page, and if the name has an underline, it is linked to the bio page for that person.  Al Partin and I have both posted bios, but business is slow...

Let me know by e-mail if you want your bio, (new, modified, or from the 1999 reunion book) posted. Pages will be available for all who are interested.
Click here to add your text.
Class 59 B !