Heart devoted to the nation, Eyes open to the world!
In commemoration of the 50th anniversary, it was selected in 1996 and is widely used in school events and promotion. The school slogan signifies KMA's educational goals and the ideals of producing capable and noble leaders of the future who will foster the Objectives of national security and world peace through enduring patriotism.
In commemoration of the 50th anniversary, it was selected in 1996 and is widely used in school events and promotion. Hwang-I is a half-human, half-animal mascot which combines the appearances of the lion, the school's symbolic animal and that of a cadet in ceremonial dress. The lion's mane is green after the school's traditioal colors and the graduation ring on its clenched fist was drawan to shed a lucid, brilliant light. In addition, the powerfully clenched fist signifies whole-hearted devotion to the country and its confident pose and thumbs-up signal represents the conviction with which cadets will fulfill their roles as leaderes and strong-willed guardians of the nation. The radiance from the ring on its left hand signifies the objective and the ability to look beyond the horizon towards a greater world.