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Unsold Original Issues of Wagner School Newspapers.
Get your authentic Falcon Crier & Balut Couriers (only $2.50 each!) here!

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Planned Reunions

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Aruba Cruise 9-23-23


Ft Walton Beach Reunion 6-23-23

Venue: The Island Resort 
What: All Class Reunion celebrating our unique connection. There will be a Meet and Greet on Thursday night and the Main Event Dinner on Saturday night. Registration fee is $125.




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Bride of ChristDr. Howie Russell, '66, discusses what it means for the Bride of Christ, the Warrior Bride, to be prepared for the return of Jesus, the Bridegroom. Instructions are given by God, the Supreme Commander-in-Chief, in how to be dressed and equipped to do battle in spiritual warfare. Included in these instructions are the tenets of spiritual warfare which are critical for believers to understand and walk in.

Available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Million, IndieBound, and Walmart, from Xulon Press.

Happy Birthday Today

First Name Last Name Then Last Name Now Class
Donald Carroll 87
Veronica Compton Kostyal 91
Sonja Franklin Greenlee 91
Steve Harrison 89
Mitchel Lynch 72
Michael Maron 87
Lori Prudencio 93
Yvonne Michelle Ritchie Lucero 86
Pauline Yanagimoto 89

Recent Losses to the Falcon Family

Attending Wurtsmith or Wagner High School at Clark Air Base, Philippines was a unique and enriching educational experience for American families. We were privileged to have been in a beautiful country, and to have known and shared with the always friendly Filipino people.

Although the eruption of nearby Mt. Pinatubo in 1991 closed our schools forever and ended nearly a century at Clark, our friendships and memories continue with this web site.

We welcome all former Clark AB students, teachers, administrators, employees, families, and friends!

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