|This club establishes a Native American environment where Native American cadets can go for support in transitioning from a civilian to a cadet and from a cadet to an officer. It also educates the Corps of Cadets of the history, heritage, and present issues of Native Americans, giving cadets the opportunity to learn of their Native heritage. The club also provides cadets the opportunity to attend Native American events outside the Academy such as powwows, conferences and educational forums, allowing cadets to expand their cultural awareness while at the Academy. Finally, the forum provides outreach to other Native Americans to inspire their entrance into the Academy, and gives Native American cadets the opportunity to interact with other Native American leaders across the country.
- Cadets from the Native American Heritage Forum gathered on Sunday, 3 December, at the home of their OIC, LTC Mark Smith, for a cultural cooking experience and a matinee. They made Native American tacos, which use fry-bread as the staple, covered in spiced ground beef, beans, cheese, lettuce, onions, and tomatoes. Cadets then watched the 1998 film Smoke Signals, a comedy about two young Native American boys that explores tragedy, community, and the challenges of contemporary Native American life.