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Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James A. Cody answers a question from an Airman, via a video message, during his 2nd worldwide CHIEFchat Jan. 9, 2014, at Defense Media Activity, Fort Meade, Md. During this session of CHIEFchat, Cody addressed upcoming changes to enlisted performance reports and effects of force management. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Jette Carr) Air Force leaders overhaul Airmen performance reports
Airmen will now be rated on how well they contribute to a healthy work environment as part of a revamped officer and enlisted rating system introduced by Air Force leaders in January. According to an Air Force guidance memorandum governing the new officer and enlisted performance reports, "All Airmen are responsible for creating an organizational
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Col. David Gibson and Grant Sparkman slide down the cardboard derby race course Jan. 25 during the 24th annual SnoFest. The team from the Academy Dean of Faculty's computer science department took first place in the group category for fastest snow craft. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Patrice Clarke) Academy, military families hit the slopes at SnoFest
Academy personnel and military members from five bases traveled to Keystone Resort Jan. 24 - 26 for a weekend of winter sports, camaraderie and a chance to unwind. The annual event hosted by Colorado front range military bases and installations provided participants with skiing and snowboarding, along with lodging, parties, giveaways, races, a
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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 Supt.'s Call: Lt. Gen. Johnson speaks on accomplishments, challenges
Air Force Academy Superintendent Lt. Gen. Michelle D. Johnson discussed budgetary uncertainties and the essence of the Air Force Academy's mission during a series of Superintendent's calls in Arnold Hall Jan. 7.A decline of $53.5 million in the Academy's budget from fiscal year 2013 to FY 2014, and uncertainty leading into FY 2015, will force the
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Left to right: Kaleb Jenkins, Adetunji Fiyaso, Christopher De La Torre, Spencer Boone and David Baska are sworn in as second lieutenants during the fall semester graduation in Arnold Hall Wednesday./U.S. Air Force photo by Sarah Chambers. USAFA adds 5 to 'Long Blue Line'
The U.S. Air Force's Academy added five new graduates to the "Long Blue Line' Wednesday morning during the fall semester graduation and commissioning ceremony in Arnold Hall.At the ceremony, David Baska, Spencer Boone, Christopher De La Torre, Adetunji Fisayo and Kaleb Jenkins received their diplomas and were commissioned as second lieutenants in
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Academy instructors ready Paralympics staff for Russia Academy instructors ready Paralympics staff for Russia
Two instructors from the Academy's Foreign Languages department will make a contribution to the Paralympic games this year by sharing their Russian knowledge and expertise with the U.S. Olympic Committee through lessons Dec. 16-Feb. 20. Ianina Grigortchouk and Olga Scarborough, Russian instructors here, will provide Russian cultural awareness and
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Academy Superintendent Lt. Gen. Michelle Johnson (left) presents an award to Martin Johnson, an electronics engineer from the Dean of Faculty, who was was named Safety Individual of the Year at the Academy Dec. 11 during an awards presentation. The Annual Safety Awards recognize outstanding individuals, units and groups for their contribution to the USAFA Safety program. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Senior Airman Veronica Ward) 2013 Annual Safety Award winners announced
Four of the Academy's Annual Safety Awards were presented to two individuals, one unit and one group by Lt. Gen. Johnson Dec. 11 in the Superintendent's conference room.The awards recognize outstanding individuals, units and groups for their contribution to the USAFA safety program. Individuals are nominated by the nominee's organizational
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The Air Force Academy will hold a town hall in the gymnasium of The Classical Academy, East Campus, Nov. 12 at 6 p.m. to discuss recent changes in airfield operations, officials at the Academy said in a press release Oct. 30.Representatives from the Academy and the 306th Flying Training Group, the organization charged with airfield operations at
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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) Producing 'right lieutenant' is focus of 1st superintendent's call
Academy Superintendent Lt. Gen. Michelle Johnson spoke in Arnold Hall Wednesday to let all Academy Airmen know their contributions to the nation and the Air Force are more than simply important.Johnson, a command pilot with more than 3,600 flying hours, kicked off the introductory superintendent's call with a dose of humor and kept the tone
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Lt. Gen. Michelle Johnson (right) accepts the guidon from Gen. Mark Welsh during the Academy Superintendent Change of Command cermony Aug. 12, 2013. Johnson is the Academy's 19th superintendent. (U.S. Air Force photo/Mike Kaplan) Academy welcomes new superintendent
The U.S. Air Force Academy reached its latest milestone here Monday when its new superintendent assumed command in a ceremony before hundreds of guests, Academy staff and cadets.Lt. Gen. Michelle Johnson told the crowd she looks forward to leading the Academy's mission of educating, training and inspiring men and women to become officers of
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Basic cadets march onto the Stillman Parade Field at the Air Force Academy Aug. 6, 2013. Approximately 1,150 cadets who completed Basic Cadet Training, out of roughly 1,200 who entered BCT in June. (U.S. Air Force photo/Sam Lee) Academy accepts 1,150 into Class of 2017
Approximately 1,150 basic cadets were accepted into the Class of 2017 during a ceremony at the Stillman Parade Field here Tuesday.Academy Superintendent Lt. Gen. Mike Gould conducted the pass in review, and Commandant of Cadets Brig. Gen. Greg Lengyel led the new cadets in reciting the Airman's Creed. Retired Brig. Gen. Richard Carleton,
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