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Air Force Academy Cadet 1st Class Zachary Crippen instructs a basic cadet to keep his eyes forward during the bus ride from Doolittle Hall to the Terrazzo June 25, 2011. Cadet Crippen is a cadre member assigned to Cadet Squadron 12. (U.S. Air Force photo/Megan Davis) Academy cadet receives Rhodes scholarship
The Cadet Wing's vice commander and a native of the Philadelphia area was announced as one of 32 American Rhodes scholars, The Rhodes Trust announced Nov. 19.Cadet 1st Class Zachary Crippen, of Bala Cynwyd, Pa., will likely leave for Oxford in September after graduating from the Air Force Academy in May with a Bachelor of Science degree in foreign
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Dr. Thomas  Yechout was named Colorado's professor of the year by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education on Nov. 17, 2011. Yechout is an instructor with the Air Force Academy's Aeronautics Department whose publications include "An Introduction to Aircraft Flight Mechanics" and who has involved Academy cadets with such research projects as NASA's Return to Flight effort and Orion Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle. (U.S. Air Force photo) Academy professor earns state teaching honors
An Air Force Academy instructor was honored as the top professor in Colorado Nov. 17 by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education, marking the second-straight year a member of the Academy's faculty has received the commendation.Dr. Thomas Yechout, a professor in the Academy's Aeronautics Department, was recognized for writing an engaging
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Leslie Johnson, right, poses for a photograph with her husband, Army Staff Sgt. Jeremiah Johnson, near the Air Force Academy's Cadet Chapel Nov. 16, 2011. Johnson received a Command Civilian Award for Valor from Academy Superintendent Lt. Gen. Mike Gould for placing herself in harm's way to rescue a 21-year-old resident of Colorado Springs, Colo., on Aug. 10. (U.S. Air Force photo/Don Branum) Academy civilian receives valor award
She can't leap tall buildings in a single bound, and she's not more powerful than a locomotive, but the administrative assistant for the Academy's Foreign Languages Department has the heart of a superhero.Leslie Johnson received a Command Civilian Award for Valor from Air Force Academy Superintendent Lt. Gen. Mike Gould Nov. 16 for rescuing and
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A cadet in Cadet Squadron 05 here was one of six Airmen recognized during the 23rd-annual Hispanic Engineer National Achievement Awards Conference in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., in October.Cadet 1st Class Eli Garduño was received a HENAAC Military Academy Cadet Role Model Award for academic excellence and dedicating his life to the service and defense
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The cadet a cappella singing group "In the Stairwell" performs at the visiting faculty reception in the home of Brig. Gen. Dana Born at the Air Force Academy Oct. 27, 2011. Born is the Academy's dean of the faculty. (U.S. Air Force photo/Sarah Chambers) Dean holds reception for visiting faculty
The Air Force Academy honored its visiting faculty members at a reception Oct. 27 hosted by Dean of the Faculty Brig. Gen. Dana Born.The reception gave visiting faculty an opportunity to meet one another, share ideas, and build bridges between departments for collaboration on teaching techniques and research.Academy Superintendent Lt. Gen. Mike
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Cadets with the Air Force Academy's Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics club help children make paper airplanes at an aeronautics booth during the Cool Science Festival Hands-on Science Carnival Oct. 15, 2011, at the University of Colorado - Colorado Springs. Other Academy STEM booths featured models of future aircraft and a solid rocket demonstration. (U.S. Air Force photo) Professors, STEM club cadets reach out to kids at science carnival
The Air Force Academy's Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics club demonstrated technology related to aeronautics and astronautics career fields at the University of Colorado - Colorado Springs Saturday at the annual Cool Science Festival Hands-on Science Carnival.STEM exhibits included models of FalconSAT and future aircraft, a solid
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From bottom: The Air Force Academy's basic, senior and master cyberwarfare badges. (U.S. Air Force photo/Maj. Patrick Baldwin) Cadets receive master, senior cyberwarfare badges
The Academy's dean of the faculty presented the Air Force Academy's first senior and master cyberwarfare badges to nine cadets during a faculty council meeting here Sept. 26.Brig. Gen. Dana Born presented the wings to:- Cadet 1st Class Jordan Keefer, Cadet Squadron 37- Cadet 1st Class Chris Shields, CS 17- Cadet 1st Class Matthew Toussain, CS 17-
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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) Cadet cyber team competes on world stage
A team of eight cadets placed third among 45 U.S. undergraduate schools in the qualifying round of an online capture-the-flag competition Sept. 23-25 hosted by the Polytechnic Institute of New York University, making the team eligible for the finals in New York City next month.While "capture the flag" might evoke images of paintball or first-person
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A young Afghan boy smiles for the camera as U.S. and Afghan National Army soldiers visit his village to deliver school supplies and conduct counterinsurgency operations, March 31, 2010, Morgan Kacha village, Southern Afghanistan. School supplies were handed out by ANA soldiers, while troop leaders talked with the village elders. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Kenny Holston) 
'Eating Soup with a Knife': Author discusses counterinsurgency with cadets
After two high-profile guest lecturers in two weeks, cadets must be wondering if their school's academic departments are playing a game of can you top this.Following closely on the heels of "Black Hawk Down" author Mark Bowden's visit to the Air Force Academy, counterinsurgency expert Dr. John Nagl came to deliver the annual Truman Lecture.Nagl was
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Air Force Academy Chaplain (Capt.) Chad Zielinski receives the Chaplain Corps Award  during the Air Force Association's Air and Space Conference and Technology Exposition Monday in National Harbor, Md. S. Sanford Schlitt, chairman of the AFA board, left, presented the award. Lt. Gen. Mike Gould, Academy superintendent (second from right) and Maj. Gen. Cecil Richardson, Air Force chief of chaplains, are also pictured. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Thomas A. Coney) AF Association honors Academy chaplain, education program
The Air Force Academy's undergraduate education programs and an Academy chaplain received awards Sept. 19 at the Air Force Association's annual Air & Space Conference & Technology Exposition in National Harbor, Md.The Air Force Association presented the 2011 Chaplain Corps Award for outstanding performance by a member of the Air Force Chaplain
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