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Air Force Falcons shortstop K.J. Randhawa stops a ground ball and readies to throw to first. Air Force lost its season-ender to New Mexico, 19-6. (U.S. Air Force photo/Mike Kaplan) Baseball: Falcons wrap up season with loss vs. New Mexico
Air Force dropped a 19-6 Mountain West Conference baseball game to New Mexico Saturday at Falcon Field ending the season with a 14-37, 3-18 record, while the Lobos improved to 37-18, 15-8. New Mexico plated runs in eight of nine innings and racked up 24 hits on the day. The Lobos broke open a 9-6 ballgame with eight runs in the eighth inning. Brian
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The Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo., is treating approximately 90 cadets with influenza-like illness, or ILI. Tests from Brooks City-Base, Texas, confirmed that 15 cadets in the Class of 2013 have the H1N1 influenza virus. (U.S. Air Force illustration) Academy officials continue flu treatment, response
Air Force Academy health professionals are continuing care for a number of basic cadet trainees who are exhibiting symptoms consistent with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention criteria for influenza like illness, or ILI. As of July 13, 121 cadets have met the CDC criteria for ILI. Those 121 cadets are receiving medical care at the Air
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Default Air Force Logo Academy honors newly promoted full professors
Academy senior leadership gathered recently during a ceremony at the Falcon Club to pay tribute to the dean of faculty's newest professors recently at a reception co-hosted by Brig. Gen Dana Born, Tim Born and the Academy Research and Development Institute. Dr. David H. Sacko, Dr. Katherine Silz-Carson, and Dr. Brent J. Talbot join the
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Retired Army Gen. Barry McCaffrey speaks at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo., during a visit to the Academy May 7, 2009. General McCaffrey is an adjunct professor with the U.S. Military Academy and an analyst with NBC and MSNBC. (U.S. Air Force photo/Dave Ahlschwede) TV military analyst visits Academy
Retired Army Gen. Barry McCaffrey visited Academy leadership and departments during a whirlwind visit to the base May 7. Mr. McCaffrey was guest speaker for the 2009 Ira C. Eaker Distinquished Lecture on National Defense Policy. "The nature of the armed forces has not changed because of satellites," said the 1964 graduate of the U.S. Military
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Michael Hoza stirs bubbling vegetables inside the Mitchell Hall dining facility at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo. The Mitchell Hall staff serves more than 12,000 meals per day for cadets. (U.S. Air Force photo/Dave Ahlschwede) Mitchell Hall cook served top award
Michael Hoza lives in a silent world, but his disability hasn't slowed him down. An Air Force employee for more than 30 years, Mr. Hoza has been honored with the Air Force Special Act or Service Award and the Performance and Sustained Superior Performance awards. He has also been named recipient of the Air Force 2009 Outstanding Department of
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Default Air Force Logo 2006 graduate killed in Afghanistan
A 2006 Air Force Academy graduate was killed in action May 20 near Kabul, Afghanistan. First Lt. Roslyn Schulte, died near Kabul, Afghanistan, from wounds suffered from an improvised explosive device. She was assigned to Combined Security Transition Command-Afghanistan in Kabul in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. "The Air Force Academy is
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Default Air Force Logo Prep school graduates largest class ever
The Preparatory School graduated 200 cadet candidates during commencement exercises Monday in Arnold Hall. "It was the largest number of graduates in Prep School history and the most entering the Academy ever," said Prep School commander Col. Todd Zachary. The number of entering cadet candidates to the school last summer was 235. "They came
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Default Air Force Logo Outstanding athletes earn recognition
The Air Force Academy athletic department concluded a very successful 2008-09 sports season recently and several cadet-athletes were recognized by the Academy at the individual awards ceremony. Sophomore hockey player Jacques Lamoureux and senior gymnast Abbey Rogers took home the most valuable male and female athlete, respectively. Senior cross
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Default Air Force Logo Class of '59 honors grads with gold bars
Retired Maj. Gen. Harold W. Todd, secretary of the Class of 1959, is the originator and "Class honcho" of the idea to inscribe the back of this year's second lieutenant bars with "1959-2009." The Class of 1959 purchased the bars by special order from the Academy Clothing Sales store at the end of 2008. "The engraving is on the underside of each bar
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Default Air Force Logo Class of 2009 Graduates
Listed below are the graduates of the U.S. Air Force Academy's Class of 2009:Cadet Squadron 1 Jessica Lee Barbee Robert Destri Barlow Douglas Stuart Bates Jason Daniel Booth Ryan William Clisset Stefanie Michelle Culp Eric Lee Davis Harmon John Ambrose Gage Samuel Allen Gay Tyron Marquez Gray Joseph Charles Hoecherl Jordan Matthew Howen Meghan
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