Sue Ross is a retired Air Force colonel and 1983 Air Force Academy graduate. She is a command pilot with more than 3,100 flying hours in the T-38, KC-135, TG-7, and T-37, and has commanded at the squadron and group level. She served on the Academy faculty in the English department. During that assignment, she was the department s honor liaison officer, flew with the glider squadron, served as a squadron Associate Air Officer Commanding, and was a cadet sponsor. Her final active duty assignment was as speechwriter to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. She has also served a four-year term on the Air Force Academy Board of Visitors, and has served on a senator's service academy nomination panel.
The West Point Candidate Book is a practical how-to guide for high school students interested in attending the US Military Academy at West Point. The book covers the admissions process, how to be more prepared and competitive, and how to survive the challenging first year. It includes special advice for athletes, women, minorities, and parents. Also useful for high school counselors.
New 3rd edition. A how-to book for young men and women interested in attending the Naval Academy, this book tells you how to prepare mentally, physically, and academically. The book walks you through the very involved application process, and tells you what to expect during the first year if you do get in. Includes advice for athletes, women, minorities, and a special section for parents.
New and updated how-to guide for anyone interested in attending the United States Air Force Academy. Includes practical advices from hundreds of cadets, graduates, faculty and staff members, and parents on how to navigate the application process and how to survive the challenging first year, plus advice for athletes and a special section for parents.