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Articles

  • Cadets earn summer research awards

    Academy officials recognized 17 cadets and their efforts to accelerate change through research and innovation during the Cadet Summer Research Program awards ceremony here, Sept. 9.

  • Cadet travels to S. Korea, competes in global hackathon

    The U.S. Air Force Academy offers cadets a wealth of extracurricular learning activities and opportunities that coincide with their academic degree plan. One cadet traveled to S. Korea to compete in an international hackathon.

  • Academy recognizes three new permanent professors

    U.S. Air Force Academy Superintendent Lt. Gen. Richard Clark, Commandant of Cadets Brig. Gen. Paul Moga and Dean of the Faculty Brig. Gen. Linell Letendre, recognized three new permanent professors during an investiture ceremony, August 19.

  • Strengthening our spiritual resilience

    Fitness. When the average citizen thinks of being fit, it is easy for cardio and strength training to come to mind. That is not the case for those serving in the Air Force and Space Force. Comprehensive Airman Fitness teaches that to have “overarching fitness and resilience,” one must work on his or

  • Cadets, faculty hailed for diversity efforts

    Several cadets and a faculty member were recognized for their individual and team efforts in support of the U.S. Air Force Academy’s diversity, equity and inclusion programs Aug. 16.

  • Civic leaders tour Peterson Space Force Base, U.S. Air Force Academy

    Twenty-four civic leaders from Mississippi joined 403rd Wing leaders on a community relations tour, commonly referred to as a Civic Leader Tour, April 11-12, to Peterson Space Force Base, Colorado. Civic leader tours provide members of the Mississippi Gulf Coast community an opportunity to visit

  • Cadet Wing Accepts Class of 2026

    The U.S. Air Force Academy accepted the Class of 2026 into the Cadet Wing with a ceremony at Stillman Parade Field on Aug. 5.The ceremony, called Acceptance Day, marks the end of Basic Cadet Training (BCT) which inlcudes six weeks of mental, physical and military training. During the ceremony,