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  • GENERAL MYERS TO RECIEVE USAFA AWARD MONDAY

    Retired General Richard B. Myers, the 15th Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, will receive the United States Air Force Academy T.D. White Award here Monday. A parade and award presentation will be held in honor of the general on the terrazzo during noon meal formation. The T.D. White Award was established March 1, 1962. It is presented annually
  • FALCONS ADVANCE TO NCAA TOURNAMENT WITH 6-1 WIN OVER ARMY

    Andrew Ramsey and Josh Frider each scored two goals as Air Force beat Army, 6-1, in the championship game of the Atlantic Hockey Association Tournament, Saturday, March 17, at the Blue Cross Arena in Rochester, N.Y. With the win, Air Force clinches its first ever conference tournament championship and, for the first time in school history, advances
  • Air Force's 2007 football scheduled announced by MWC

    The 2007 Air Force football schedule released today by the Mountain West Conference features 12 consecutive weeks of play and 11 televised games. Five of the game are nationally televised while six others are on regional. The Falcons will also play two Thursday night games, one at home, and one other night home game. The Falcons open the season
  • Gophers ground Falcons' season in third period rally

    For 56 minutes and 24 seconds David outplayed Goliath. But, it took Goliath, a.k.a., No. 2-ranked and top West Region seed Minnesota, only the remaining time to regroup and repel the 2007 NCAA Hockey Tournament's David, Air Force. The Golden Gophers, (31-9-3) appearing in their NCAA-record 31st tournament, rallied from a 3-1 deficit with three
  • Welch reflects on Academy experiences, looks towards future

    Air Force Academy center Nick Welch is one of six seniors on the academy men's basketball team who will be cherishing every second of Tuesday's National Invitation Tournament semifinal game against Clemson University at Madison Square Garden. As the team finished practice today, Cadet Welch said he and a few other players were talking about how
  • Falcons lose heartbreaker to Clemson in NIT semifinals

    With 1.2 seconds remaining and Air Force down by one point, a hush went over the crowd at Madison Square Garden as Clemson tried frantically to inbound the ball to end the game. After Clemson forward K.C. Rivers moved rapidly along the baseline, he finally found forward David Potter who broke through Air Force's full-court press as the clock ran
  • Opening Ceremony for Sexual Assault Awarness Month (SAAM)

    April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). Our opening ceremony will be held on Wednesday, 4 April 2007. The Champions from the Wing Open will be making a short presentation in the Staff Tower at Mitchell Hall during the lunch hour. Some of our other guests will include Col Colvin, Lt Col Klucking, the SARC, the ART Tier's I and II, the
  • Cadets build homes during spring break

    Dozens of Air Force Academy cadets are giving up their spring break to build homes for the needy this week, during Alternative Spring Break. Cadets are in Texas and New Mexico this week, giving up their spring breaks to swing hammers and pound nails with Habitat for Humanity. Twenty of these cadets set to work on a two-story brick home due for
  • USAFA cadet releases statement about fall from cruise ship

    The following statement is issued by Air Force Academy Cadet Second Class Ernesto Guzman in reference to his fall from a cruise ship off the Texas coast on March 25: "First, I'd like to thank Princess Cruise Lines and the U.S. Coast Guard for all they did to ensure my safety following my fall from a Princess Cruise ship March 25. The combination of
  • AFA'S ERIC EHN NAMED INSIDE COLLEGE HOCKEY ALL-AMERICAN

    Air Force junior Eric Ehn was selected as a first-team All-American by Inside College Hockey.com (INCH). Ehn is the first Falcon hockey player ever named to an All-America team. A center from Dexter, Mich., Ehn finished the season second in the nation in scoring with 1.60 points per game, just .08 behind the national leader from Michigan, T.J.
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