On December 6, 2019, the 123rd Officers 'Promotion took place on the square in front of the monument dedicated to “Heroic Airmen of the Dęblin School of Eaglets”. Among the invited guests there were the Secretary of State at the Ministry of National Defense Wojciech Skurkiewicz, the 1st Deputy Chief of the General Staff of the Polish Army, Gen. Michał Sikora, the Air Force Inspector Gen. pil. Jacek Pszczoła, the Commander of COP-DKP Maj. Gen. pil. Dariusz Malinowski, the Commander of the 4th Wing of Aviation School Col. pil. Wojciech Pikuła, the Commander of the 41st Aviation School Base Col. pil. Artur Borkowski, the Advisor to the Board of PZL Świdnik Mieczysław Majewski, the Mayor of Dęblin Beata Siedlecka, the representatives of government administration, clergy, provincial and local authorities as well as military and civilian universities.
The first four cadets of the Military University of Aviation underwent an intensive training on the M-346 Bielik trainer aircraft! This is a turning point in the history of the School of Eaglets! Cdt Sgt Sebastian Szczypka, Cdt Sgt Andrzej Wszołek, Cdt Sgt Jędrzej Kmak and Cdt MCpl Andrzej Milke will be promoted to the rank of lieutenant on December 6, 2019.
Cadets of the legendary Eaglets' School began celebrating Cadets' Day - a ceremony of all military universities students. It is celebrated in order to commemorate an heroic act of non-commissioned officers of Infantry Cadets School, who attacked Belveder from 29 to 30 November at night in 1830. Belveder used to be a headquarter of Duke Konstanty Pawlowicz Romanow who was a Russian Commander of Polish troops as well as a brother of a Russian Tsar. The attack was the beginning of November Uprising. The annual ceremony is a tribute for bravery of all participants of the Uprising and their fight to make Homeland independent.