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Madeline Riggs (center),19, a help desk technician and student at Red Rocks Community College, speaks to the audience at the CyberWorx Design Sprint, July 20, 2017, at the U.S. Air Force Academy. The Design Sprints hosted by the Academy promote cyber innovation and exploit the Air Force’s partnership with its academic and tech-transfer partners. Riggs participated in a group skit highlighting the abilities of women in the IT field. (U.S. Air Force photo/Darcie Ibidapo) Design sprint encourages education, empowerment
The future of cyber lies in the hands of young people, including service academy cadets and high school students, said a group of IT experts July 20 at the Air Force Academy.Getting that message out in new and creative ways was the purpose of a Design Sprint hosted by the Air Force CyberWorx team at the school.These semi-regular Design Sprints
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2017
Col. Mark Anarumo is the permanent professor for the Center for Character and Leadership Development. He's one of four officers   confirmed by the Senate Sept. 28, 2016 to be a permanent professor at the U.S. Air Force Academy. (U.S. Air Force photo) Senate confirms 4 permanent professors at Academy
Four officers were recently confirmed by the Senate as permanent professors at the Air Force Academy.  Col. Mark Anarumo is the permanent professor for the Center for Character and Leadership Development, Col. John Cinnamon heads the Aeronautics Department, Col. Steven Hasstedt heads the Biology Department, and Col. Scott Williams heads the
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2016
Tech. Sgt. Billy Gazzaway (left) and his wife, Master Sgt. Emily Gazzaway, take a photograph with their son, John Kadin Gazzaway, in February 2006. Kadin died of leukemia May 2, 2006. Billy is assigned to the 21st Communications Squadron at Peterson Air Force Base, Colo. And Emily is the U.S. Air Force Academy's senior enlisted aide. (Courtesy photo) AF mental health services helps a family recover
Two Colorado Springs area-NCOs have been on a journey of recovery since losing their son to leukemia nearly nine years ago, a journey they said couldn't have happened without the mental health services available to Airmen and their families.
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2015
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