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NCLS USAFA's National Character and Leadership Symposium designed to ‘stretch thinking’
The Air Force Academy’s appreciation for diversity and its willingness to respectfully address controversy make the school stronger, said its top officer Feb. 22. Academy Superintendent Lt. Gen Jay Silveria said this and more to an audience in Arnold Hall to open the 25th National Character and Leadership Symposium.
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NCLS USAFA to host Character and Leadership Symposium this week
The Air Force Academy will host the National Character and Leadership Symposium Feb. 22-23 in Arnold Hall.
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Santa Fe Trail USAFA to close section of Santa Fe Trail Feb 16, 19
A small section of the New Santa Fe Trail on the Air Force Academy will close Feb. 16 and Feb. 19 for concrete demolition on a roadway bridge passing over the trail.The tri-intersection bridge is located approximately 0.7 miles north of mile marker 41 and 0.3 miles south of mile marker 42 on the trail.Construction of the bridge will continue
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Default Air Force Logo USAFA’s SAPRO Office is rejuvenated, say officials
The lead sexual assault expert at the Air Force Academy said a personnel swap revived the school’s Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office.  The change follows last year’s accusations of office misconduct.Dr. Kimberly Dickman, the Academy’s sexual assault response analyst, oversees the SAPRO. “Not for one minute have our services stopped in
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Default Air Force Logo Distinguished Service Award to go to USAFA grad, faculty member
A former volunteer faculty member and Air Force Academy graduate is slated to receive the school’s Distinguished Service Award, 9 a.m., Feb. 5 in Arnold Hall.  Carl Janssen, a 1968 graduate of the Academy, is scheduled receive the award from Academy Superintendent Lt. Gen. Jay Silveria. “This award is given to an individual or group that has
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Default Air Force Logo USAFA schedules base exercise, Jan 31
The Air Force Academy has scheduled a base exercise Wednesday, January 31.The public may experience delays at the North and South Gates and observe activities related to an emergency response.Academy officials assure the public that this exercise is planned and controlled, and ask on-base drivers to drive with caution.The Academy is open to
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Rifle Athlete of the Week Anna Weilbacher named Rifle Athlete of the Week
This week’s Air Force Academy Rifle Athlete of the Week is junior Anna Weilbacher of Leona Valley, Calif.At the Citadel/VMI matches in Charleston, S.C. last weekend, Weilbacher was the overall top scorer on both days of the competition, Jan. 27-28.  In the first match, she fired a 581 in smallbore and 594 in the air rifle. Her aggregate score was
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Default Air Force Logo HQ staffs’ workload, IT improvements discussed at USAFA director of staff’s all call
Senior officials at the Air Force Academy spoke to the headquarters’ staff about employee feedback and IT upgrades Jan. 23. Gail Covin, director of staff, hosted the all-call for the 460-member headquarters. The headquarters staff is responsible for providing the guidance and policies that enable the other mission elements on base to accomplish the
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2018 Research Awards Cadets, faculty earn research awards at USAFA
Cadet and faculty researchers were the focus of attention Jan. 25 at the Air Force Academy’s Research Awards Ceremony.The ceremony heralds the school’s research programs covering the gamut of academic majors including engineering, humanities, science and the social sciences.Lt. Gen. John Thompson, commander of the Air Force’s Space and Missile
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Default Air Force Logo Keeping it natural: Wildlife expert at the Academy shares hot topics
Protecting the Air Force Academy’s 19,000-acre wild lands is a full-time concern. Brian Mihlbachler, the base natural resources manager, heads a staff of three who manage the wildlife, range lands, wetlands and lakes on the installation.  Mihlbachler said the hottest natural resources topics at the Academy are the effect of off-base storm water on
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