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Col. Stacey T. Hawkins, the 10th Air Base Wing commander 10th Air Base Wing to host Wingman Day Thurs.
To the dedicated Airmen of the 10th Air Base Wing at the Air Force's Academy, please accept my personal invitation to attend our upcoming Wingman Day, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Thursday in Arnold Hall. I invite all leaders to shut-down their functions where possible or go to maintain minimal manning where it is absolutely essential. I assure you the event will
0 11/08
Academy Superintendent Lt. Gen. Michelle Johnson speaks at the Academy change of command ceremony Aug. 12.  Johnson, a 1981 Academy graduate, said a sense of humility has helped her succeed throughout her career. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Sarah Chambers)
Sexual Assault: The human cost
The Air Force's Academy is committed to preventing, deterring and prosecuting sexual assault in its ranks. Sexual assault is a crime and is categorically unacceptable. It is incompatible with our core values, it is harmful to our people and it makes us less effective in our core mission: Producing lieutenants for our Air Force and leaders for our
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Default Air Force Logo Energy Action Month: Academy works to conserve
Energy Action Month: Academy works to conserveBy 10th Civil Engineer SquadronAs we enter the third week of Energy Action Month, it's important we continue doing all we're able to conserve energy not only in October, but every day of the year. Each of us has a part to play in meeting the Academy's energy-saving goal. The Academy spends approximately
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Default Air Force Logo Turn excuses into opportunities
In Basic Cadet Training, one of the seven basic responses to any question was, "No excuse, sir or ma'am." No matter the circumstance, a basic cadet is always late, wearing the wrong uniform or giving the wrong answer. When asked to explain my deficiencies as a cadet, my instinct was to defend myself, but I quickly learned there is only one correct
0 10/15
Default Air Force Logo Energy-saving advances by cadets save tax dollars
Energy awareness is a national focus during October but for Academy cadets here, it's a topic of interest year-round."Energy is the lifeblood of our society," said Lt. Col. Mark. Reimann, Chemistry Department assistant professor. "Everything we value requires energy and generally the more valuable something is, the more energy it requires. Our
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U.S. Air Force Illustration October is Energy Action Month
It's that time again! Every October is Energy Action Month and we take time to reflect on energy; and while October is Energy Action Month, we must make energy a consideration in all we do each and every day.Energy is a polarizing topic. It is often associated with someone telling you to turn off the lights or replacing nice warm incandescent
0 10/02
Default Air Force Logo 'Bear' essentials: lock up food before winter -- natural resources mgr.
It's that time of year when black bears near the Academy prepare to hibernate by foraging around the clock, consuming up to 20,000 calories a day. Using their keen sense of smell and memory, bears easily find food before they hibernate and will regularly return to the same area in the spring unless the food source is eliminated.Bears commonly
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Default Air Force Logo Integrity's healing power
Integrity is doing the right thing even when no one is watching. This I learned in 1989, as a U.S. Air Force Academy freshman. It was impossible for me to know at the time how much this truism would help me during the most difficult challenge of my life -- surviving and rehabilitating from two strokes.At the time of my strokes, I was in my 20th
0 9/05
Default Air Force Logo It's too easy to find parking
Most mornings, you're going to have an interesting time finding a parking spot near Harmon Hall unless you have a reserved space. That's not the case anymore. The first Friday after sequestration furloughs took effect, parking spaces were too easy to find. It's a symbolic reminder that offices around the Air Force Academy -- and every other
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Default Air Force Logo Train to fight, fight to win
When most civilians think of the Air Force, I'd bet the first image that comes to their mind is a fighter jet hurtling through the sky at Mach 3, no doubt piloted by a chiseled officer with movie-star looks who goes by the call-sign "Caveman", "Razor", or "Swamp Thing."This is to be expected -- we are after all the "Air" Force, so the last thing
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