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U.S. Air Force Academy Superintendent Lt. Gen. Michelle D. Johnson speaks to Academy Airmen at a Superintendent's Call Jan. 7 at the Arnold Hall Theatre. At the event, the general spoke on how the Academy can maintain it's leading edge in an era of fiscal constraints and other challenges./U.S. Air Force photo by Elizabeth Copan Superintendent addresses upper-class cadets as academic year starts
Air Force Academy Superintendent Lt. Gen. Michelle D. Johnson met with cadets in the classes of 2015 and 2016, Aug. 4, to welcome them back to the Academy and to discuss how the Academy's leaders intend to make the Academy experience more meaningful in the coming academic years."You guys are the officers and senior NCOs of the cadet wing," Johnson
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Default Air Force Logo Installations director outlines vision for new visitor center
The Air Force Academy will move forward next month on the first step toward building a new visitor center just west of Interstate 25, the director of installations said July 21.Carlos Cruz-Gonzalez said the Air Force's Financial Management Center of Expertise in Denver conducted business case analyses on several alternatives, including sites at
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2014
The exterior of the Cadet Chapel was  scanned with a remotely piloted aerial vehicle with GoPro camera this June 16 - 20. The data will be used  to detect structural problems, and virtual online tours of the chapel. (U.S. Air Force photo) Academy, Air Force, industry experts team to improve Cadet Chapel
Thanks to laser technology, Academy construction officials say they can better inspect the Cadet Chapel for structural damage and web viewers can soon take virtual tours of Colorado's most photographed landmark. The interior and exterior of the chapel was laser scanned and photographed via remotely piloted aerial vehicle Monday through today as
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Lt. Gen. Michelle Johnson speaks to Airmen in Arnold Hall at the Air Force Academy Aug. 14, 2013, during her first superintendent's call. Johnson is the Academy's 19th superintendent and a command pilot with more than 3,600 flying hours. (U.S. Air Force photo/Sarah Chambers) Superintendent reviews 1st year at Academy, outlines path forward
The Air Force Academy superintendent spoke with reporters June 26 about what she's observed since assuming command of the Academy in August 2013 and how the Academy plans to improve in the future.Lt. Gen. Michelle D. Johnson covered the essence of the Academy as well as steps the Academy is taking to improve its culture of commitment and climate of
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Default Air Force Logo USAFA uses Ambassador Program to inform prospective cadets
Twenty-eight Academy cadets are taking part in the Academy Ambassadors program, giving high school students and their families a slice of cadet life.The program overseen and managed by the Admissions Directorate, gives prospective cadets the chance to meet current cadets, and is similar to campus tours given at many civilian colleges, said Maj.
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A 10th Security Forces Squadron Airman directs traffic through the Academy's north gate to Falcon Stadium for the Air Force vs. Notre Dame football game Oct. 26, 2013. Providing a safe route of travel to the stadium is just one of the many ways security forces Airmen here serve and protect Falcon fans and the U.S Air Force Academy on game day. Gate hours to change July 1
The 10th Security Forces Squadron will implement changes to several manned gates throughout the installation beginning July 1 as a result of ongoing manpower reductions across the Air Force.The biggest change will be to North Gate operations and could have an impact on the general public as well as USAFA employees, residents and cadets. North Gate
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The U.S. Air Force Academy Class of 2014 marches into Falcon Stadium during commencement exercises in Colorado Springs, Colo. May 28, 2014.  A total of 995 cadets will receive their commission.  (Air Force photo/ Mike Kaplan) Biden to Class of 2014: 'You carry America on your back'
The Air Force Academy's Class of 2014 will face new missions as the United States draws down in Afghanistan, but the challenges they encounter will be no less formidable and complex, Vice President Joseph R. Biden said during the Academy's commencement May 28."The poet Thoreau said, 'A bluebird carries the sky on its back.' You are falcons, and you
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Falcons freshman forward Dymond James takes a jump shot as Braves junior forward Sonya Harris attempts to block during the Air Force-Bradley game at the Air Force Academy's Clune Arena Dec. 19, 2009. James, a native of Brambleton, Va., had a career-high 10 points and seven rebounds in the Falcons' 62-45 loss. (U.S. Air Force photo/J. Rachel Spencer) Academy announces plans to search for new athletic director
Air Force Academy Athletic Director, Dr. Hans Mueh, announced his retirement May 22 effective at the end of the 2014-2015 Academic Year. The Air Force's Academy will soon begin to market and strategically target an executive-level candidate pool with the competencies and motivation to assume the role of our Athletic Director."Dr. Mueh will have
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New lieutenants salute during the National Anthem at the opening of the U.S. Air Force Academy graduation ceremony in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday, May 31, 2006. The 879 graduates of the Class of 2006 incur a five-year active duty service commitment. Secretary of Defense Donald H. Rumsfeld was the guest speaker at the commencement. (U.S. Air Force photo/Joel Strayer) Academy announces traffic control, parking for graduation
The Air Force Academy has established traffic control and parking restrictions for the graduation ceremony at Falcon Stadium Wednesday, May 28. The North and South Gates to the Air Force Academy, and the Falcon Stadium gates, will open at 7 a.m. Graduation tickets will be needed for entry into the stadium. Ticket holders should plan to arrive at
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Twenty-three 59th Medical Wing Airmen have been selected for promotion to the rank of master sergeant. Air Force-wide there were 22,673 Airmen eligible for promotion to the senior noncommissioned officer tier 18 Academy NCOs selected for promotion to master sgt.
Eighteen Academy NCOs were among the more than 4,000 selected across the Air Force for promotion to master sergeant, Air Force officials announced today.The 4,073 selected represent a 17.96 percent selection rate, with an average selectee overall score of 352.55. Selectees' average time in grade was 4.41 years and time in service was 15.16 years.
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