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In the Stairwell will perform on America’s Got Talent Aug. 8, after advancing to the last round of the “Judges Cuts” in June. In the Stairwell to make 3rd appearance on America’s Got Talent
In the Stairwell is scheduled to perform on America’s Got Talent Aug. 15, after advancing to the "lives" Aug. 8.The "lives" are live broadcasts during which viewers vote on their favorite show competitor.The Air Force Academy’s all-male a Capella group was selected by the show’s judges to appear live after performing pop-group NSYNC's “Bye Bye
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Acceptance Day 2018 1,181 complete basic training, join Cadet Wing
Its official: nearly 1,200 young men and women completed Basic Cadet Training at the Air Force Academy and start the academic year Aug. 10.The Class of 2021 officially became “cadets” Aug. 9 during the Academy’s annual Acceptance Day ceremony which represents a symbolic shift from the status of basic trainee to cadet fourth class.Cadet 4th Class
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Lt. Gen. Johnson Lt Gen Johnson hosts last commander's call as supt, Aug 3
Construction will start next year on a visitor’s center near the Air Force Academy’s North Gate. “We’ll be shovel-ready by December 2018,” Superintendent Lt. Gen. Michelle Johnson said of the long-awaited project. Johnson had this and more to say during her last commander’s call as superintendent, Aug. 3. “Keeping the Academy contemporary will
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10th Civil Engineering Squadron firefighters 10th CES firefighters set world record at regional competition
Firefighters assigned to the 10th Civil Engineering Squadron doused the competition to set a world record at the Scott Firefighter Combat Challenge, June 29 in Longmont, Colorado.Their over-40-relay competition time of 1:10:93 blistered the competition, qualifying the firefighters to compete in the World Championships in October at Louisville,
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Lt. Gen. Michelle Johnson, the superintendent of the U.S. Air Force Academy (third from left) stands with six members of the Academy's Board of Visitors during their July 28, 2017, visit to the Academy. The board members are appointed by Congress and make recommendations on Academy issues to senior Air Force and Defense Department leaders. (U.S. Air Force photo/Bill Evans) USAFA superintendent hosts BOV July 28
Superintendent of the Air Force Academy Lt. Gen. Michelle Johnson said the school’s advances concerning issues of character, discipline and modernization, have made it a mainstay on the nation’s “best colleges” lists and a trusted agency among Defense Department leaders and parents of cadets.  Johnson said this and more July 28, when she hosted the
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Default Air Force Logo Road kill with a purpose: Sign up by Aug 1 to receive free meat
Staff and their families at the Air Force Academy can sign-up to receive free deer and elk meat, 6:30 a.m., Aug. 1, at the Natural Resources Office.Signups for the Salvage List are free and on a first come-first served basis. One signup is allowed for each family represented by the first 30 people in the sign-up line."When an elk or deer is struck
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National educators take a break at the ropes course July 26 at the U.S. Air Force Academy. The teachers visited the Academy to attend the FIRST Leadership Experience. (U.S. Air Force photo/Laurie Wilson) Academy hosts leadership conference with FIRST Robotics Mentors
The Center for Character and Leadership Development hosted 24 educators from across the U.S. at the FIRST Leadership Experience July 24-26 in Polaris Hall.    Air Force Recruiting sponsored and accompanied the teachers, all members of the national organization For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology, or FIRST. Most teach at the
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This 10th Civil Engineering Squadron firefighter and others at the U.S. Air Force Academy are scheduled to complete in the regional Firefighter Combat Challenge, July 28-29 in Longmont, Colorado, to qualify for the World Challenge championship in October. (10th CES Fire Department) 10th CES firefighters expect win at Firefighter Combat Challenge
Firefighters at the Air Force Academy will compete in the regional Firefighter Combat Challenge July 28-29 in Longmont, Colorado, intent on qualifying to compete at the World Challenge championship in October.The 10th Civil Engineering Squadron firefighters have competed, won and set world records consistently since 2002, making the Academy an
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Parents and relatives said their goodbyes to their children before they reported to the U.S. Air Force Academy Preparatory School, July 19, 2017. (U.S. Air Force photo/Jason Gutierrez) ‘You got this’: 237 start Prep School BMT
There’s more to becoming a cadet candidate at the prep school here than just being admitted.There’s the 18 days of basic military training followed by a 10-month academic program for cadet candidates to tackle.Even then, graduating from the Air Force Academy’s Preparatory School doesn’t guarantee admission to the Academy.So for the young adults who
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Madeline Riggs (center),19, a help desk technician and student at Red Rocks Community College, speaks to the audience at the CyberWorx Design Sprint, July 20, 2017, at the U.S. Air Force Academy. The Design Sprints hosted by the Academy promote cyber innovation and exploit the Air Force’s partnership with its academic and tech-transfer partners. Riggs participated in a group skit highlighting the abilities of women in the IT field. (U.S. Air Force photo/Darcie Ibidapo) Design sprint encourages education, empowerment
The future of cyber lies in the hands of young people, including service academy cadets and high school students, said a group of IT experts July 20 at the Air Force Academy.Getting that message out in new and creative ways was the purpose of a Design Sprint hosted by the Air Force CyberWorx team at the school.These semi-regular Design Sprints
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