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Wings of Blue team members parachute in to a Falcon Stadium home game during pregame ceremonies at the U.S. Air Force Academy. The Academy parachute team will bring in the U.S. flags at the Texas Rangers home opener in Arlington, Texas, April 3, 2017. (U.S. Air Force photo/John Van Winkle)

Wings of Blue jump into Texas Rangers' home opener
Wings of Blue, the Air Force Academy’s parachute team, helped the Texas Rangers kick off their Major League Baseball season with a jump into the team’s home opener at Globe Life Park April 3, in Arlington, Texas. The WOB took participated in the pregame ceremonies before the Rangers competed against the Cleveland Indians. Five Academy parachutists
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Default Air Force Logo ‘Trusted care’: Academy pharmacy saves millions in tax dollars
Saving the Defense Department more than $17 million in two years is no small feat, but the 10th Medical Group did just that by improving its processes.       Lt. Col. Crystal Price, flight commander for the 10th Medical Support Squadron’s pharmacy, said the savings represent the quality of the pharmacy staff’s dedication to customer service.  “It’s
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Then-Cadet 2nd Class Leah Gates (left) and then-Cadet 4th Class Luke Robinson shovel dirt into a wheelbarrow  in Corpus Christi, Texas, March 22, 2016, during an Alternate Spring Break Program volunteer effort with Habitat for Humanity. (Air Force photo/John Van Winkle) 
Cadets build homes during spring break
Scores of cadets are building an repairing homes today across the U.S.The 110 cadet-volunteers taking part in the Alternate Spring Break Program here will return April 2 from working in Lafayette and Mandeville, Louisianna; Eglin, Illinois; Fort Smith, Arkansas; Fairfield, Alabama; Hattiesburg and Tupelo, Mississippi; and Beaumont, Texas."This is
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Default Air Force Logo Delayed reporting at USAFA March 24
Due to a weather warning from National Weather Service, there will be delayed reporting at the Air Force Academy March 24.  Non-mission-essential staff members are asked to report to the Academy no-earlier-than 9:30 a.m.,Mar. 24. Mission-essential staff members should report on time.  Classes at the Academy are scheduled to begin on time. Child
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Lt. Gen. Michelle Johnson, the superintendent of the U.S. Air Force Academy, speaks from the stage at Polaris Hall March 22, 2017, to an audience of civic leaders, the news media and industry partners, at the State of USAFA forum. The forum is an annual event to update the Academy's audience on the school’s state of affairs and future plans. (U.S. Air Force photo/Mike Kaplan) Superintendent hosts State of USAFA Forum
The Air Force Academy’s top officer discussed modernization, improving the school’s communications and ridding its campus of sexual assault, March 22 at the State of USAFA Forum. The forum is an annual update on the school’s state of affairs for civic officials, the media, and the industry partners.           Lt. Gen. Michelle Johnson also
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A project to restore the Cadet Chapel is scheduled to begin in the summer of 2018 at the U.S. Air Force Academy. The project is expected to last four years. (U.S. Air Force photo). 4-year restoration project on Cadet Chapel to start in 2018
Major restorations on the Cadet Chapel are slated to begin in the summer of 2018.The project includes fixing the leaks that have plagued the structure since it opened in 1963.“Renovations are necessary because the structure is nearly 53 years old and has leaked consistently since it was constructed,” said Academy Superintendent Lt. Gen. Michelle
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Adm. Mike Rogers, director of the National Security Agency, commander of U.S. Cyber Command commander and chief of
the Central Security Service, speaks at the Academy Assembly March 14, 2017, at the U.S. Air Force Academy. The assembly is an annual conference led by undergraduates and organized by the Academy's Political Science Department. (U.S. Air Force photo/Mike Kaplan)  

Cyber Command's top officer speaks at Academy Assembly: Speed, agility needed in cyber realm, says Adm Rogers
The commander of U.S. Cyber Command gave cadets and faculty here an inside look into the cyber-warfare world during his March 15, 2017 visit to the 58th Academy Assembly. Convened annually since 1959, the assembly is an undergraduate-led conference held by the Air Force Academy and organized by its Political Science Department. Cadets and faculty
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Col. John Price, commander, commandant of cadets (left) and Cadet 1st Class Madison Martin, hold up a "check" for $3,000 March 16, 2016 at the U.S. Air Force Academy's staff tower in Mitchell Hall. The money was awarded to the Academy by the Can Manufacturers Institute for cadets taking first place in last year's Great American Can Roundup Recycling Challenge, a collegiate event across the U.S. Academy cadets beat-out all U.S. colleges and service academies by recycling more than 3,500 pounds of aluminum cans. (U.S. Air Force photo/Jason Gutierrez) Cadets win nationwide collegiate recycling challenge – again
The Cadet Wing’s top officer presented Air Force Academy cadets with a $3,000 check March 16th for winning the 2016 Great American Can Roundup Recycling Challenge.  Col. John Price, the acting-commandant of cadets, gave the check to Cadet 1st Class Madison Martin on the staff tower during the cadet’s lunch hour.  “Our passion to be resourceful and
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Bill Hybl, the chairman of the Air Force Academy Foundation, accepts the 2015 Distinguished Service Award on behalf of the foundation, from Lt. Gen. Michelle Johnson, the superintendent of the U.S. Air Force Academy. (U.S. Air Force photo) Academy to accept DSA nominations until April 1
The Air Force Academy will take nominations for this year’s Distinguished Service Award through April 1.  The DSA was established in 1999 and is presented annually by the superintendent to a military person, civilian or group, whose contributions distinctly impacted the morale or wellbeing of the Academy.  Any individual or group that has
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Default Air Force Logo Class of ‘13 graduate dies in N.M. plane crash
An Air Force Academy graduate was one of three special operators killed March 14 when their U-28A aircraft crashed near the Clovis Municipal Airport in Clovis, New Mexico, during a training mission. First Lt. Frederick Dellecker was a combat systems officer and the aircraft’s copilot. He was assigned to Cadet Squadron 13 and graduated in 2013 with
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