A military school can be both expensive and controversial.
And as the U.S. military gears up for a big push in Afghanistan, there’s a growing number of students who want to get an education, regardless of the cost.
Here’s what you need to know about military schools.
The United States Military Academy is expensive The military’s newest school, the United States Air Force Academy, is estimated to cost nearly $1 billion to operate and operate well, according to the New York Times.
That figure is a far cry from the $4.2 billion spent on military academies in 2012.
The Air Force academy in West Point, New York, is currently under construction and opened in the fall of 2015.
The cost of the academy in comparison is projected to be $3.4 billion.
The military academy has about 4,200 students in a variety of programs, including military science and engineering, infantry and special operations.
That’s more than one-third of the overall number of cadets in the United State military.
In total, the U,S.
Army, Navy, Marine Corps and Air Force are projected to have about 20,000 cadets enrolled in the 2019-2020 school year.
That means there’s more money for the military, which will be spending more on training.
The school also hosts annual commencement ceremonies, which are typically attended by hundreds of thousands of cadet and midshipman cadets.
The cadets will have their uniforms and uniforms, their badges and uniforms in the parade.
There’s even a military-themed graduation ceremony at the academy. 2. The U.