At the Air Force Academy, the President Honors Graduating Cadets and Singles Out an Immigrant

May 2012
Moderate Voice;5/23/2012, p4
Blog Entry
Excerpts from the speech of the U.S. President Barack Obama delivered at the Commencement Exercise of the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado on May 23, 2012, are presented in which he discussed the responsibility of cadets as Air Force officers, honoring men and women in the service, and graduating cadets such Edward Camacho.


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