The transformation from civilian to Air Force Academy cadet continues to unfold. Nearly 1,200 basic cadets are now halfway through Basic Cadet Training.
Scores of young men and women reported to Basic Cadet Training at the Air Force Academy June 27. In all, nearly 1,200 took their first steps toward joining the Academy’s Class of 2023.
Academy officials implement new culminating exercise known as Adventure Based Learning, or ABL, an outdoor, multi-mile, 30-hour team challenge.

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