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Cadets 1st Class Frank Adkins and Michael Winstead (foreground) search for vulnerabilities on opposing teams' virtual servers during the RWTH 2012 Capture the Flag competition. The Air Force Academy's Cyber Competition Team took fourth place overall and first place among U.S. teams in the 12-hour contest. RWTH is a technology research university in Aachen, Germany. (U.S. Air Force photo/Dr. Martin Carlisle) Academy cyber team takes 4th in international contest
The Air Force Academy's Cyber Competition Team took fourth place overall and top place among U.S. teams in the RWTH Capture the Flag competition Nov. 30.Each team received an identical virtual machine running numerous services, which they had to defend while using vulnerabilities in those services to capture stored flags on opposing teams' servers
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Fifty Girl Scouts ages 5-7 attended the Air Force Academy’s Cool Science workshop Nov. 10, 2012, where they participated in creative chemistry and physics experiements with cadets. (U.S. Air Force photo/Julie Imada) From cookies to chemistry: Girl Scouts attend Cool Science show
Approximately 50 females experimented with liquid nitrogen, Alka Seltzer rockets and food chemical mixtures at the Academy's chemistry laboratories last week-- only they were supervised by cadets, needed a snack break almost every hour and were hardly tall enough to see over the bench tops. Girl Scout Daisy and Brownie troops ages 5-7 attended the
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Brig. Gen. Dana Born speaks to a group of cadets, including Cadet 3rd Class Erika Martin from Cadet Squadron 08, during a visit to the Academy's Unmanned Aerial System-Remotely Piloted Aircraft training program at Fort Carson July 23, 2009. General Born is a 1983 graduate of the Academy and the first female dean of the faculty. (U.S. Air Force photo/Mike Kaplan) Academy's dean to retire
Air Force Academy Dean of the Faculty Brig. Gen. Dana Born plans to retire during the summer of 2013, Academy Superintendent Lt. Gen. Mike Gould announced today.Born, a 1983 Academy graduate, has served as the Academy's ninth dean of the faculty since Oct. 1, 2004."General Born's departure will be a tremendous loss for all the mission partners who
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Cadet 3rd Class Winston Sanks (right) helps set up a rocket demonstration at the University of Colorado - Colorado Springs Oct. 13, 2012. Sanks is the assistant cadet in charge for the Academy's Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Club, which took part in the Colorado Springs Cool Science Carnival Oct. 13-14. (U.S. Air Force photo/Julie Imada) Cadets introduce local kids to Cool Science
Leave it to cadets to make science cool.Cadets in three science-related clubs headed downtown Saturday and Sunday to get schoolchildren interested in what is all-too-often considered a boring or dry career path.Cadets with the Physics and Astronomy Club and the Chemistry Club performed demonstrations inside classrooms at the University of Colorado
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The Air Force Academy released its 2012 research report Oct. 8, 2012. The report outlines the programs made possible through more than $60 million in federal and non-federal funds. (U.S. Air Force photo/Lt. Col. Royce Beal) Academy releases 2012 research report
The Air Force Academy released its 2012 research report Oct. 8, outlining the Academy's 18 research centers, two Air Force institutes and a program valued at nearly $60 million.The report includes features on mission-related efforts including the Center for Character and Leadership Development and community outreach efforts supporting science,
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From left: Cadet 2nd Class Josh Christman, Cadet 1st Class Chris Shields, Cadet 2nd Class Nathan Hart and Cadet 1st Class Jordan Keefer discuss buffer overflow exploits during a cyber competition team meeting in the Air Force Academy's Cyberwarfare Lab Oct. 3, 2011. The team placed third out of 45 U.S. undergraduate teams in a competition hosted by the New York University Polytechnic Institute Sept. 23-25. Keefer is the team's cadet in charge. (U.S. Air Force photo/Don Branum) Academy cyber competition team takes 1st at NYU event
The Air Force Academy's Cyber Competition Team placed first of 331 undergraduate teams from the United States and Canada in the New York Polytechnic Cyber Security Awareness Week Capture the Flag competition held Sept. 28-30, NYU Poly announced Oct. 10.The Academy's team placed eighth among all teams worldwide, including teams of graduate students
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Default Air Force Logo Academy cadets to conduct 'Flightline of the Future' research
The Academy's dean of the faculty signed a cooperative research and development agreement with officials from Lockheed Martin Sept. 26 for a "Flightline of the Future" initiative and three other research-related projects.The Flightline of the Future program, a partnership between Lockheed Martin and the Air Force Logistics, Installations and
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Cadet 2nd Class Michael Whiteside and Cadet 1st Class Harriet Randolph confer at the Air Force Academy's 50th Forensics Classic Sept. 22, 2012. The tournament brought together nearly 300 competitors from 29 colleges in 18 states. (U.S. Air Force photo/Mike Kaplan) Academy hosts 50th Forensics Classic
The Air Force Academy held its 50th Forensics Classic Sept. 22, incorporating nearly 300 competitors from 29 colleges in 18 states who competed in all 11 American Forensics Association individual events and three other debates.The Academy's forensics tournament is one of the few collegiate debate tournaments in the nation to feature both team and
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A panel comprising the Air Force Academy's senior chaplain, the chief diversity officer, an attorney with the judge advocate office and a professor in the Behavioral Sciences and Leadership Department spoke about the repeal of Don't Ask Don't Tell and its effects on the Air Force Academy in early October. (U.S. Air Force image/Don Branum) DADT repeal study co-writers discuss Academy climate
Two professors with the Behavioral Sciences and Leadership Department here contributed to a study released by the Palm Center Sept. 20 that reaffirmed findings in the Defense Department's 2010 comprehensive working review group prior to the repeal of Don't Ask Don't Tell.Col. Gary Packard Jr., the Behavioral Sciences and Leadership Department head,
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The Air Force Academy's Economics and Geosciences Department receives a geospatial intelligence accreditation from Keith Masback, president of the U.S. Geospatial Intelligence Agency, during a ceremony at the Air Force Academy Sept. 10, 2012. The certificate allows the Academy to offer geospatial intelligence certificates to its graduates. (U.S. Air Force photo/Mike Kaplan) Academy earns geospatial intelligence accreditation
The Air Force Academy received its accreditation from the Geospatial Intelligence Foundation, Sept. 10 to offer a Geospatial Intelligence Certificate through the Economics and Geosciences Department to select graduates.A special presentation to recognize the achievement took place in the Dean of Faculty's conference room here.Presenting the
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