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Senior Airman Kayla-Rae Ross, 10th Medical Support Squadron, is one of 38 Airmen at the U.S. Air Force Academy yo receive their Community College of the Air Force degrees, June 6, 2017. (Photo by Laurie Wilson) . An educational milestone: 38 Airmen earn CCAF degrees
A score of enlisted Airmen at the Air Force Academy proved higher education isn’t just for cadets when they received their Community College of the Air Force degrees June 6.In all, 38 Airmen received CCAFs diplomas or professional certificates at the graduation ceremony in Polaris Hall. Twenty-four earned Associates of Applied Science degrees in
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The 10th Civil Engineer Fire Department will host an open house 11 a.m.-2 p.m. June 10 at Fire Station No. 1, 6202 Pine Drive. (Courtesy photo) Academy Fire Dept to host open house, June 10
The 10th Civil Engineer Fire Department will host an open house 11 a.m.-2 p.m. June 10 at Fire Station No. 1, 6202 Pine Drive.Families, faculty and staff at the Air Force Academy, and Defense Department ID card-holders, are invited.The event will feature fire rescue demonstrations, a weapon and military working dogs display, the Air Force Academy’s
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Col. Ken Ohlson, commander of the 10th Mission Support Group at the U.S. Air Force Academy, accepts a trophy from NBC and Golf Channel commentator David Feherty at the first annual CASTLE Classic golf tournament, May 26 at Cheyenne Shadows Golf Club, Fort Carson. The Academy beat Fort Carson 18-13 in the inaugural CASTLE Classic golf tournament May 26 at the club. (Courtesy photo) Academy wins 1st CASTLE Classic golf tournament
The Air Force Academy reigned victorious with an 18-13 win against Fort Carson in the inaugural CASTLE Classic golf tournament May 26 at Cheyenne Shadows Golf Club.  The tournament was set up as a team-scramble event where two-person teams compete against each other, with one point awarded to each winning team.   The Cadet-Athlete-Soldier Training
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Lt. Gen. Michelle D. Johnson, the superintendent of the U.S. Air Force Academy. (U.S. Air Force photo/Mike Kaplan) Diversity of force shows in Class of '17
In events throughout the Pikes Peak region over the past week, our community celebrated Armed Forces Week, where we paid tribute to the men and women who serve in all branches of the U.S. armed forces. I was privileged to attend many of these events, and was once again reminded of what an exceptional place Colorado Springs is to live, work, learn
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Col. Jacqueline Breeden, commander of the U.S. Air Force Academy Preparatory School, gives a prep school diploma to a graduating cadet-candidate May 18, 2017, at the Community Center Theater. In all, 194 cadet-candidates graduated and 186 cadet-candidates received appointments to the Academy. (U.S. Air Force photo/Jason Gutierrez) Prep School graduates 194 cadet-candidates
One-hundred-ninety-four cadet-candidates graduated from the Air Force Academy Preparatory School during a ceremony May 18.  Of those graduates, 186 received appointments to the Academy. The cadet-candidates completed the school’s 10-month curriculum, designed to prepare them to succeed and lead at the Air Force Academy.   As part of the curriculum,
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Default Air Force Logo Cadets take home individual awards
More than 100 cadets at the Air Force Academy received awards for their academic, athletic and airmanship talents, May 22 in Clune Arena.Lt. Col. Robert Callihan, an Academy faculty member at the event, said the awards recognize individual cadets for their achievements in academics, athletics and airmanship.“Most notable are the recipients of the
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Cadet 2nd Class Alexander Hill pilots a glider over Colorado Springs. He and Cadet 2nd Class Alexander Hill are scheduled to spend their summer internship with Richard Petty Motorsports in Mooresville, North Carolina, researching ways to improve the team's NASCAR racecar. (U.S. Air Force photo) Academy teams-up with NASCAR for summer internship
Two engineering majors at the Air Force Academy will get in high gear this summer with NASCAR. Cadets 2nd Class Alexander Hill and Karl Sapper are scheduled to join Richard Petty Motorsports in Mooresville, North Carolina, for a six week summer internship and use their talents to improve the company’s race-car performanceSapper said he’ll apply
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U.S. Air Force Academy graduates cheer at the end of the Class of 2017 graduation ceremony while the Air Force Thunderbirds fly over Falcon Stadium, May 24, 2017. Ninety-three grads are slated to attend grad school now that they've earned bachelor degrees and commissions as second lieutenants. (U.S. Air Force photo/Darcie Ibidapo) Dozens of Class of '17 grads bound for grad school
Dozens of Air Force Academy Class of 2017 graduates are slated to return to the classroom now that they've graduated.Ninety-three graduates are scheduled to attend grad school after receiving bachelor degrees and commissions as second lieutenants at the May 24 graduation ceremony at Falcon Stadium. Dr. Helen Meisenhelder, director of graduate
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The U.S. Air Force selected 17 technical sergeants assigned to the U.S. Air Force Academy for promotion by to master sergeant. (U.S. Air Force graphic) 17 Academy NCOs selected for E-7 promotion
Seventeen NCOs at the Air Force Academy are probably in a pretty good mood today because the Air Force selected them for promotion to master sergeant.  Master sergeant is the first rank of the Air Force’s senior noncommissioned tier and transitions technical sergeants from their duties as technicians and supervisors to operational leaders,
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Chairman of the the Joint Chiefs of Staff Marine Gen. Joseph Dunford (center) stands between newly-minted second lieutenants after giving the commencement speech for the U.S. Air Force Academy's graduating Class of 2017. The new Air Force officers (left) hold a painting presented to the chairman by the Class of 2017. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Julius Delos Reyes) Gen. Dunford to Class of ‘17 grads: ‘It’s time to lead’
The U.S. military’s senior officer welcomed nearly 1,000 new second lieutenants into the officer corps May 24 during the Air Force Academy’s Class of 2017 graduation ceremony at Falcon Stadium.  Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Marine Gen. Joseph Dunford encouraged the new officers to be flexible, team-oriented leaders who embody courage,
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