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Yellow Ribbon Program for Veterans
Rocky Mountain College is proud to participate in the Veteran's Administration Yellow Ribbon Program. About 15 percent of the students in the aviation program are military veterans; some are currently in the Guard or Reserve and others have completed time on active duty.
Four of the seven faculty and staff leaders in the aviation program are retired military. We understand what it means to have served, and we take seriously our responsibility to support our military students.
In addition, about 10 percent of our graduating pilots enter the military as a pilot. We have close relationships with all branches of the military, and they visit our program regularly recruiting and teaching students about aviation in the military. In the last few years, we've had graduates become pilots in the Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps, and Army.
We believe one great advantage to a smaller school is that students have real opportunities to lead, which is greatly valued by the military. For example, for five years in a row, the student body president was an aviation student. If you have served in the military or are interested in becoming a pilot in the military, we believe Rocky Mountain College will be a good fit for you.
Recent RMC graduate Ryle Evanoff flies F-18s in the U.S. Navy.