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GRADUATION 2019 OF THE AIR FORCE ACADEMY: HOW TO LOOK, LIVE THE SPEECH OF THE PRESIDENT OF DONALD TRUMP LIVE

GRADUATION 2019 OF THE AIR FORCE ACADEMY: HOW TO LOOK, LIVE THE SPEECH OF THE PRESIDENT OF DONALD TRUMP LIVE
The graduates of the Air Force Academy will listen to President Donald Trump on Thursday, and for those who can not be in person, the organization of the academy is a live broadcast of the ceremony.

In general, the graduation speakers of the service academy rotate between the president, the vice president, the secretary of defense and the secretary of the respective military branch. In 2017, Trump speaks at the graduation ceremony of the Coast Guard Academy of the United States and in 2018 he addressed the United States Naval Academy.

In his last year in office, then-President Barack Obama delivered a graduation speech at the Air Force Academy and this will be the first time that Trump will speak at the service academy.

The ceremony, which will take place at the Falcon Stadium in Colorado Springs, Colorado, will begin at 10:30 a.m. MDT, but the doors will open at 7:30 a.m. Tickets were needed for the 20 tickets for the ceremony. However, additional tickets may be requested.

Unlike many college graduations, which are closed for graduates and their friends and family, the public also had the opportunity to attend the ceremony. Approximately 600 tickets were available from tickets for the cadets and were distributed in order of arrival.

The Air Force Academy also established a live broadcast for people who wanted to join the graduation experience. Interested viewers were encouraged to visit the Facebook page of the service academy for live streaming. C-Span also had Trump's speech scheduled for 8:00 p.m. EDT on Thursday.

Trump will deliver during the 2019 start season, but about a week earlier, Vice President Mike Pence gave the West Point graduates a message about the president.

"And when you accept the leadership, I promise you: your commander in chief will always support you," said Pence. "President Donald Trump is the best friend of our armed forces!"

During his graduation speech, Pence also congratulated the graduates on behalf of Trump.