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Caring for Cadets

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The Air Force Academy established accountability for nine personnel running in the Boston Marathon within four hours of the bombing Monday at approximately 3 p.m. Eastern Time.Accounted for and safe were Julie Henner, Capts. Stephanie Silva, Jeffrey Hannon, Derek Portlock and Charlotte Portlock, Cadets 1st Class Ilma Calite, Zach Marx and Loring
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Master Sgt. Jesse Chervinka and Jessie Rhom help a cadet process an Electronic Questionnaire for Investigations Processing, or e-QIP, form in the Foreign Language Lab here Jan. 12, 2013. Information Protection Directorate officials process between 650 and 700 cadet applications for top-secret clearance annually. Chervinka is the Academy military training NCO for Cadet Squadron 31. Rhom is the IP Directorate's personnel security chief. (U.S. Air Force photo/Mike Kaplan) Caring for Cadets: Info Protection Directorate offers training, streamlined clearance process
The Information Protection Directorate here held briefings Saturday to help two-thirds of the Academy's seniors complete forms required for Office of Personnel Management top-secret clearance investigations, which the cadets will need for their careers after they graduate.The briefings aim to familiarize cadets with the importance of protecting
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