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  • Academy receives bust of WWII, Korea ace at dedication ceremony

    Relatives of World War II and Korean War ace Col. Francis "Gabby" Gabreski, including the vice commander of Air Force Materiel Command, came to the Air Force Academy Sept. 30 to take part in a ceremony dedicating a bust to the Air Force legend. "Gabby's" son, retired Col. Don Gabreski, Lt. Gen. Terry Gabreski, and Chester Lipinski were among the
  • Football: Air Force falls to 10th-ranked TCU, 20-17

    Air Force fought hard against 10th-ranked Texas Christian University but lost 20-17 at Falcon Stadium Oct. 10. An 8-yard rush by Falcons quarterback Connor Dietz brought the Falcons within three points with less than a minute to play, but the Horned Frogs recovered the onside kick and ran out the clock. "Both teams played their hearts out," said
  • Hockey: Bemijdi State defeats Air Force 3-1 in season opener

    Bemidji State scored a goal in each period to beat Air Force, 3-1, in a non-conference college hockey game Oct. 9, at the John Glas Fieldhouse here. The game was the season opener for both teams. Bemidji State, 1-0, dominated the first period and out-shot Air Force 12-6. The Beavers got on the board at the 7:21 mark when Chris McKelvie scored the
  • Life-saving cadets receive commendation medals

    Six cadets received Air Force Commendation Medals during the noon meal Monday for actions that saved the lives of a man in Salt Lake City Jan. 18 and three Panamanian citizens June 13. Second Lt. Christopher Tulk, Cadet 1st Class Benjamin Garoutte and Joshua Lapso, and Cadets 2nd Class Alan Foote, Bryan Koenig and Derrick Rowe were recognized for
  • Air Force wins its 13th Service Academy Golf Classic

    The Air Force golf team captured first place at the Service Academy Golf Classic, held at the par-72, 6,883-yard East Course at the Courses at Andrews AFB Oct. 5-6, with junior Kyle Bailey winning medalist honors.The Falcons, competing against Army, Navy and the Merchant Marine Academy, compiled a team score of 1093 (+13) to win its 13th-straight
  • Falcon defensive lineman to be featured on CBS College Sports

    A senior defensive lineman for the Air Force Academy's Falcons football team will be featured on "Inside Academy Football," a 30-minute CBS College Sports Network program that debuts Oct. 9 from 5-5:30 p.m. Mountain Standard Time.The segment on Cadet 1st Class Ben Garland was filmed the week of Sept. 21 and includes shots of him attending class,
  • Hockey: Lamoureux scores two in 3-1 win over Calgary

    Jacques Lamoureux scored two goals as Air Force beat the University of Calgary 3-1 in an exhibition college hockey game Oct. 5 at the Academy's Cadet Ice Arena. Lamoureux, who led the nation in goals last season, opened the scoring at the 3:46 mark of the first period. His goal from Derrick Burnett and Jeff Hajner gave the Falcons a 1-0 lead.
  • Football: Midshipmen overtake Falcons in OT, 16-13

    Air Force faced a devastatingly close overtime loss to Navy Oct. 3 at the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, Md. In spite of a great effort, the Falcons could not answer the Midshipmen's overtime field goal and fell 16-13. Air Force running back Savier Stephens led the team with 81 rushing yards, setting the Air Force up for two field
  • 10th Medical Group lists clinic relocations

    As the 10th Medical Group nears completion of its remodeling project, several clinics will change locations over the course of the next two months to the main clinical building of the 10th Medical Group. These clinics will consolidate from the Community Center, the Temporary Phasing Facility and from within the main clinic to their new locations.
  • Academy human performance lab tests, researches, trains, educates

    The U.S. Air Force Academy's Human Performance Laboratory applies sports science principles to improve athletic teams and individual performance. The HPL also provides subject matter expertise on Air Force fitness programs and human performance.The HPL tests and trains more than 1,000 cadets and approximately 100 faculty and staff members annually.