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Cadet 1st Class Ben Garland, seen here in his 2008-2009 yearbook photo, will be featured on CBS College Sports Network's "Inside Academy Football," scheduled to air Oct. 9 from 5-5:30 p.m. Mountain Standard Time. CBS-C will also carry the Air Force-TCU game, scheduled to kick off Oct. 10 at 5:30 p.m. MST. American Forces Network TV will simulcast the CBS-C coverage to viewers overseas. (U.S. Air Force photo courtesy of Cadet Wing Media) Falcon defensive lineman to be featured on CBS College Sports
A senior defensive lineman for the Air Force Academy's Falcons football team will be featured on "Inside Academy Football," a 30-minute CBS College Sports Network program that debuts Oct. 9 from 5-5:30 p.m. Mountain Standard Time.The segment on Cadet 1st Class Ben Garland was filmed the week of Sept. 21 and includes shots of him attending class,
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2009
Air Force junior forward Jacques Lamoureux scores one of his two goals against Calgary during the Falcons-Dinos exhibition game at the Cadet Ice Arena Oct. 5, 2009. Air Force won the match 3-1 and will play its first game of the regular season at Bemidji State in Bemidji, Minn., Oct. 9. (U.S. Air Force photo/Mike Kaplan) Hockey: Lamoureux scores two in 3-1 win over Calgary
Jacques Lamoureux scored two goals as Air Force beat the University of Calgary 3-1 in an exhibition college hockey game Oct. 5 at the Academy's Cadet Ice Arena. Lamoureux, who led the nation in goals last season, opened the scoring at the 3:46 mark of the first period. His goal from Derrick Burnett and Jeff Hajner gave the Falcons a 1-0 lead.
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Falcons running back Jared Tew runs upfield against the Midshipmen in the Air Force-Navy game at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, Md., Oct. 3, 2009. Navy won the game 16-13 on an overtime field goal. The Midshipmen have won the past seven matchups against Air Force, though the Falcons still lead the series overall, 25-17. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Tim Chacon) Football: Midshipmen overtake Falcons in OT, 16-13
Air Force faced a devastatingly close overtime loss to Navy Oct. 3 at the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, Md. In spite of a great effort, the Falcons could not answer the Midshipmen's overtime field goal and fell 16-13. Air Force running back Savier Stephens led the team with 81 rushing yards, setting the Air Force up for two field
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2009
Default Air Force Logo 10th Medical Group lists clinic relocations
As the 10th Medical Group nears completion of its remodeling project, several clinics will change locations over the course of the next two months to the main clinical building of the 10th Medical Group. These clinics will consolidate from the Community Center, the Temporary Phasing Facility and from within the main clinic to their new locations.
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2009
Cadet 3rd Class Jesse Bicknell, a member of the U.S. Air Force Academy Diving Team, goes over his Dual Energy X-ray Absorptiometry scan with intern Jim LaChapelle to get his percentage muscle to body fat and his bone density at the Academy's Human Performance Lab Sept. 28, 2009. Academy athletes take this scan about once a semester to track their progress. (U.S. Air Force photo/J. Rachel Spencer) Academy human performance lab tests, researches, trains, educates
The U.S. Air Force Academy's Human Performance Laboratory applies sports science principles to improve athletic teams and individual performance. The HPL also provides subject matter expertise on Air Force fitness programs and human performance.The HPL tests and trains more than 1,000 cadets and approximately 100 faculty and staff members annually.
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Default Air Force Logo Volleyball: Falcons drop straight-set match to New Mexico
The Air Force volleyball team dropped a 3-0 decision to New Mexico in Mountain West Conference action Oct. 3 in Albuquerque, N.M. After dropping the first set by a 25-7 margin, the Falcons fought hard with the host Lobos. Ultimately, Air Force fell by narrow 25-22, 25-20 margins in the final two sets. The loss dropped the Falcons to 8-9 on the
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Default Air Force Logo Command chief meets with Academy's enlisted
The Academy's command chief master sergeant met with enlisted Airmen here during a pair of enlisted calls Sept. 23 and 24 at the base theater. Chief Master Sgt. Todd Salzman switched back and forth between humor, passion and businesslike straight talk during his conversations with servicemembers from the Academy's direct reporting unit and 10th Air
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Default Air Force Logo Forum gives cadets inside look at pilot training
Cadets with their eyes on the wild blue yonder after graduation are getting a glimpse of flying education through Cadet Aviation Forums. The first forum this year, held Sept. 25, will be repeated in the spring. "Our purpose is to inform cadets on the latest pilot training information," said Lt. Col. Chris Foster with the 306th Flying Training Group
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The Air Force held its first Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics conference and awards ceremony at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo., Sept. 23, 2009. (U.S. Air Force illustration) STEM conference highlights need for early education
Experts in science, technology, engineering and mathematics career fields came to the Air Force Academy to discuss how to make the United States more competitive in these fields during the first Air Force STEM Conference here Sept. 23. Discussion focused on how to get people interested in technical career fields earlier in their education and how
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Pat O'Grady from InStar Engineering and Eric Ehrbar from Busek Inc. confirm FalconSAT-5's fit check with its main payload, the Space Plasma Characterization Source, at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo., Sept. 28, 2009. FalconSAT-5 is an $11-million program sponsored by the Air Force Research Laboratory, headquartered at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. (U.S. Air Force photo/Maj. Steve Hart) FalconSAT-5 receives main payload, nears completion
The Air Force Academy's newest cadet-built satellite, FalconSAT-5, is nearing completion in the Astronautics Laboratory here, highlighted by the Sept. 25 arrival of the satellite's main payload, the Space Plasma Characterization Source. When Space Plasma Characterization Source -- better known as SPCS -- integration is complete, FalconSAT-5 will
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