Welcome ANA Alumni!
Graduates of Army and Navy Academy form a special bond with their fellow Cadets and deep appreciation for the unique, life-defining experiences during their time at ANA.
Join Us For Alumni Weekend
April 23 – 26, 2020
Army and Navy Academy is excited to welcome all our Warrior Alumni back to campus for our very own homecoming!
Show Your Warrior Pride!
Show your ANA spirit with Alumni apparel for men & women, hats, bags, and more — SHOP Online and be Warrior Proud!
When you’re on campus, feel free to also drop by the Cadet Store for more great Army and Navy Academy gear. We are Warrior Proud!
Support our Mission
Army and Navy Academy’s long tradition of excellence is made possible by the generous support of many alumni, parents, and friends. Every gift empowers the Academy to further its mission of educating, mentoring, and developing good character and leadership in young men.
- All gifts directly to enhance the Cadet experience and improve campus facilities
- Donations are 100% tax-deductible
Share Your ANA Story
We’d love to hear about your own experience at Army and Navy Academy and its impact on your life!
Email your story to us, or tell us about other alumni you know.
The Golden “A” is Army and Navy Academy’s highly coveted award for alumni of distinction who are leaders in their community and make positive societal contributions grounded in the Academy’s tenets. Recipients are nominated by the alumni and selected by the Academy’s Board of Trustees.
Email us if you know an alumnus who you wish to nominate.
We all know that the Academy can be a turning point in the lives of young men, equipping them with the motivation and skill sets to succeed. There are multiple ways you can help new Cadets become well-educated young men of good character.
Pay it forward by referring prospective Cadets to ANA.
By referring others, you give the gift of a life-changing experience to other young men and demonstrate the value of your own personal Warrior Experience.
Speak with Cadets who are interested in your alma mater, giving them advice and helping them forge their path ahead.
Help Cadets and alumni learn about your industry or place of work. Our goal is to create a professional network, connecting Alumni to career opportunities and helping Cadets determine career directions.
If your company allows it, Cadets could shadow you on the job for a day or even have summer internships there.
Will you tell others your story? Academy Ambassadors will spread the word about the Academy experience to prospective families and contacts, and send inquiries and referrals to the Office of Admission.
Ambassadors will have the opportunity to connect with prospects and use their own personal networks to motivate others to explore Army Navy.
The Alumni Association
The Army and Navy Academy Alumni Association (ANAAA) supports the Academy by increasing outreach and preserving its legacy to ensure that the campus and community continue to thrive for the next generation of Warriors. Recent projects have included the renovation of the Atkinson Museum, which now proudly showcases Academy artifacts and memorabilia.
The Alumni Association is committed to keeping you informed of projects, networking opportunities, and Academy events.
Alumni Association Board Members
Dominique Rivas, 13′, President
Scott McGarry, 13′, Vice President
Lamar Greenwood, 11′, Secretary
Jack Jackson, 55′
Alberto Fernandez, 60′
Roy Hansen, 72′
Brad Larsen, 72′
Jim Merlino, 73′
Mark Hartunian, 74′
Mark Pastore, 75′
Ken Hughey, 83′
Randy Stafford, 83′
Mark Sellinger, 86′
Lane Ginsburg, 88′
Roland Miraco, 90′
Jorge Artiles, 96′
Phil Lancashire, 96′
Scott Isley, 97′
Charles Morone, 10′
Drew Thomas, 18′