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Cadet 2nd Class Stephen Williams was assigned to Cadet Squadron 20. He was a manager for the Air Force Falcons football team and majored in systems engineering management. (U.S. Air Force photo) Academy cadet killed in on-base car accident
An Air Force Academy cadet assigned to Cadet Squadron 20 was killed in a single-car accident on Academy Drive on Dec. 10.Cadet 2nd Class Stephen Williams was a manager for the Air Force Falcons football team and a systems engineering management major."Our Air Force Academy family suffered a tragic loss over the weekend," Commandant of Cadets Brig.
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2011
A mule deer crosses a road on the Air Force Academy March 8, 2007. Vehicle collisions with wildlife are the second-leading cause of accidents on the Academy, which has a deer population of about 250 and an elk population of roughly 35. (U.S. Air Force photo/Mike Kaplan) Elk injures motorcyclist on North Gate Blvd.
A motorcyclist was injured when an elk collided with his vehicle on North Gate Boulevard west of Stadium Boulevard June 29 at approximately 7:30 a.m.Casey Green, an equipment manager with the Air Force Academy Athletics Department, was treated at Penrose Hospital in Colorado Springs and released.Dr. Brian Mihlbachler, a natural resource planner
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2011
Two-year-old Sebastian Smits plays with the steering wheel of a fire truck under the supervision of firefighter Shaun Glidden from Fort Carson, Colo., during a U.S. Air Force Academy Fire Department Open House held Aug. 8. (U.S. Air Force photo/J. Rachel Spencer) Fire department open house draws hundreds
About 700 people attended the annual Fire Department Open House in Pine Valley's Fire Station 1 Aug. 8. "It was our chance to educate our community on common fire hazards," said Ernst Piercy, Academy fire chief." It gave the public opportunity to visit the fire station and see our equipment and to become educated on common fire hazards. In addition
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2009
Default Air Force Logo Fireworks are explosives -- treat them accordingly
The Air Force Academy Fire Prevention Office wants people to keep safety in mind as they prepare to celebrate the Fourth of July. Perhaps the easiest way to stay safe is to attend the Air Force Academy's Independence Day celebration, which is scheduled to begin at 5 p.m. July 4 at the Academy athletic fields. Anyone can attend and enjoy climbing
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2009
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