Glenn Miltenberg

Glenn  Miltenberg


South Salem, N.Y.

High School:
John Jay

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 147


Falcons Return to Action with Friday Night Fights

Denis Vorobyov was named the Academy's Boxer of the Week.


Fresh Faces Highlight Air Force Debut of Friday Night Fights

Derek Demyanek was named the Academy's Boxer of the Week.


Wing Open Championships

Photos from March 1, 2012.


Air Force vs. Army

Photos from Nov. 4, 2011.

2012: NCBA All-American at 147 pounds...bronze medalist at the national championship meet...NCBA regional champion...Wing Open champion...received the program's Clune Award, as the most outstanding boxer of the Wing Open Championship finals...was selected as the Academy's Boxer of the Week three times...earned the award following the Friday Night Fights on Nov. 10 and again on Jan. 20...also earned the award after the Wing Open semifinals...collected a 4-3 record during the regular season...2011: Wing Open champion at 147 pounds...split the regular season with a 3-3 record...won season-opening bout at Navy...2010: Wing Open semifinalist at 147 pounds...finished the season with a 3-4 record...posted a 2-0 mark against NCBA opponents...defeated Army's Nolan Myers in the 150-pound bout at the annual dual meet with the Black Knights...also picked up a win at the Reno Invitational over Nevada's Nate Whedon.

HIGH SCHOOL: John Jay High School...four-year member of the cross country team, swimming and diving team and track team...served as captain of all three teams...graduated third in class.

PERSONAL: Son of Jim and Stacy Miltenberg...nickname is "Milty"...has one older brother, Jimmy, who graduated from the Academy in 2009...majoring in aeronautical engineering...future plans include becoming a pilot...member of the Wings of Blue, the Academy's parachute team...served as Jumpmaster Instructor and Athletic Officer...has been named to the Superintendent's List (for excellence in military, academic and athletic performance) every semester...hobbies include dirt biking, surfing, wakeboarding and skydiving...taught Airmanship 490 (basic freefall school) over the summer...member of Cadet Squadron 27.

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