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The Air Force Academy's 10th Communications Squadron announced Aug. 30, 2012, that it would begin cracking down on users who violate network policy on USB flash drives. (Original image/Nebraska Library Commission) Officials to get tough on unauthorized network devices
The 10th Communications Squadron will clamp down on restrictions against connecting privately- owned devices to the Academy's computer networks beginning Oct. 1, 10th Mission Support Group officials announced Aug. 30.Even connecting a personal device to a computer to charge it "poses a tremendous threat to the security" of the Academy's computer
0 9/06
2012
Default Air Force Logo Counselors can help with post-deployment transition
If military family life consultants had a motto, it might be: "Have counseling license -- will travel."Consultants can meet with service members, Defense Department civilians or family members at just about any on- or off-base location, said Jodie Rhone, a school liaison officer at the Airman and Family Readiness Center here July 30.The consultants
0 8/06
2012
Senior Airman Joshua Thomas reviews 1st Lt. Rachael Clark's travel voucher as part of a processing line set up for Air Force Academy base housing residents July 9, 2012. More than 600 families were evacuated from the Academy June 26-29 due to the Waldo Canyon Fire, which burned 18,000 acres of forest and 346 homes south of the base. Thomas is a finance specialist with the 21st Space Wing at Peterson Air Force Base. Clark is assigned to the Academy's Economics and Geosciences Department. (U.S. Air Force photo/Don Branum) Front Range bases assist with displacement vouchers
Airmen from the Air Force Academy, Schriever and Peterson Air Force bases and employees from Fort Carson set up a processing line at the Academy's Community Center July 9-10 to help file vouchers for Academy housing and enlisted dormitory residents who were displaced during the Waldo Canyon Fire.More than 600 families evacuated Pine Valley and
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A Siller Brothers firefighting helicopter takes off from the Air Force Academy airfield to fight the Waldo Canyon fire June 25, 2012. The Academy canceled its normal flying operations June 23 to facilitate helicopter operations. (U.S. Air Force photo/Mike Kaplan) Colo. Springs bases enter fight vs. Waldo Canyon fire
When Colorado Springs, Colo., called for aid in fighting the quickly spreading Waldo Canyon fire, which started Saturday and grew to nearly 3,500 acres by Monday, the Defense Department answered in strength, deploying multiple aircraft and opening its flightlines for firefighting operations.The Air Force Academy made its airfield available for
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2012
Default Air Force Logo Little Heroes: Academy children recognized for efforts while parents are deployed
Eight young family members were recognized at an inaugural Home Front Heroes award ceremony May 7 at the Airman and Family Readiness Center for their outstanding contributions while a parent was deployed.The children, ages 4-14, received a certificate and American flag medal for their outstanding support and sacrifices that allowed their parents
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Capt. Ray Magallanez lifts his daughter, 2-year-old Anleigh, to the basket in the Air Force Academy's Youth Center March 8, 2012, during a deployment networking summit. The event was organized by the Academy's Airmen and Family Readiness Center to build relationships among families of service members who have recently deployed, have deployed or are about to deploy. Magallanez is an instructor in the Academy's Mathematical Sciences Department. (U.S. Air Force photo/Amber Baillie) Families attend deployment networking event
Families ate, played games and mingled at the third Deployment Networking Summit March 8 at the Academy's Youth Center. Twenty-one Airmen and family members attended the event to ask questions about deployment and connect with other military members and families before they deploy."They're supposed to wear the country that they're going to, look
0 3/16
2012
Lt. Col. Lisa Cole was named March 3, 2012, as a finalist for the Florence Nightingale Award for the state of Colorado. She is the commander of the 10th Medical Group's Perioperative Services Flight. (U.S. Air Force photo/Don Branum) 10th MDG nurse named Nightingale luminary
The 10th Medical Group's Perioperative Services Flight commander was recognized as one of six luminaries for the Florence Nightingale Award for Leadership in Clinical Practice during a ceremony in Colorado Springs March 3.Lt. Col. Lisa Cole and the other luminaries from the Colorado Springs Nightingale Committee will be considered for a Nightingale
0 3/16
2012
The Air Force Academy's Cadet Area is visible in this photo taken from the summit of Eagle Peak, which stands 2,000 feet above the Cadet Chapel. (U.S. Air Force photo/Don Branum) Natural Resources Office wins national conservation award
The Air Force Academy's Natural Resources Office was selected as the winner of the 2011 National Military Conservation Partner Award March 1 by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.The award will be presented twice in Atlanta, first at the National Military Fish and Wildlife Association's general session on March 13 and again at the National Fish and
0 3/09
2012
Air Force Academy Superintendent Lt. Gen. Mike Gould (left) and Chief Master Sgt. Todd Salzman, the Academy command chief (right) pose with the Academy’s Airman of the Year, Senior Airman Joseph McIlvaine, during the Academy Awards ceremony at the Falcon Club Feb. 25, 2012. McIlvaine is assigned to the 10th Surgical Operations Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo/Elizabeth Andrews) Academy honors local stars at awards banquet
The Air Force Academy recognized 12 superstars at the fourth-annual Academy Awards Banquet Feb. 25.Forty-four nominees from across Academy mission elements competed in 12 individual categories to earn the right to be named the Academy's best.Eighteen enlisted nominees were selected from more than 828 enlisted Airmen across the Academy, while 18
0 3/02
2012
Retired Maj. Glenn Ferguson and his wife, Janet, attend a 10th Medical Group town hall in the Air Force Academy's Community Center auditorium Jan. 17, 2012. Col. Timothy Ballard, the 10th MDG commander, held the town hall to clarify the Academy's policy change regarding retiree enrollment at the Academy Clinic after they become eligible for Medicare. (U.S. Air Force photo/Don Branum) Clinic officials clarify enrollment changes at town hall
The 10th Medical Group commander held a town hall meeting at the Community Center auditorium here Jan. 17 to answer questions from the retiree community about the medical group's decision not to accept new Tricare Plus enrollments.Those who turned 65 before Jan. 1 and are currently enrolled with the 10th MDG may continue to receive care at the
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