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  • Senate confirms new permanent professor at Academy

    Col. David Caswell is the latest faculty member at the Air Force Academy to be confirmed by the Senate for the position of permanent professor.
  • Cadets trade spring break fun for dirt, debris

    Spring break usually conjures thoughts of fun and sun, but scores of cadets will spend their time building or repairing homes and clearing debris as part of the Air Force Academy’s Alternate Spring Break Program."The cadet-volunteers will team-up with Habitat for Humanity volunteers in nine separate locations," said Maj. Brian Fash, cadet service
  • 10th Air Base Wing commander introduces wing ‘road map’

    The 10th Air Base Wing commander lit a match by unveiling new vision and mission statements to forge the wing’s way ahead, March 9 at his Arnold Hall commanders call. Both statements anchor the road map Col. Shawn Campbell said was needed when he addressed the wing last fall. They are his first steps to integrate a deeper understanding and
  • 10 ABW keeps it real with ‘Beyond Blue’

    Investing in and focusing on Airmen assigned to the 10th Air Base Wing at the Air Force Academy was the impetus for Beyond Blue, Feb. 28-March 2 in Polaris Hall.Col. Shawn Campbell, 10th ABW commander, said the event was designed to “ignite, inspire and invest in leaders at all levels” but was particularly designed for the NCOs in the
  • Cadet Recognition is underway

    If you’re a cadet fourth class at the Air Force Academy, you’re probably not thinking about baseball as spring approaches.
  • Academy gets new falcon

    There’s a new bird in town at the Air Force Academy today. Cairo, a nine-year old Anatum Peregrine, joined nine other falcons used during community outreach events at the Academy. The falcon was given to the Academy by Leslie Egbert of Idaho, who specializes in rehabilitating predatory birds. “Cairo belonged to a falconer who hunted with her,”
  • USAFA men’s track and field coach heads Team USA at World Indoor Championships

    Air Force track and field head coach Ralph Lindeman will head Team USA at the 2018 IAAF World Indoor Championships beginning March 1 in Birmingham, UK.
  • NCLS event: Ivy League academics encourage cadets to seek truth in conversation

    Popular US academics Robert George and Cornel West disagree on politics. It hasn’t affected their friendship. In fact, they said, their ongoing discussions have brought them closer. “Love is not reduced by politics,” West said to an audience of cadets, faculty members and visiting college students during the professors’ National Character and
  • ‘There are survivors in this room’: Experts, victim speak-out against sexual assault at NCLS

    An anonymous person at the Air Force Academy said Feb. 23 that they survived a sexual assault. This information was shared via text messaging used during a Q&A session at the “Raising Our Voices: Surviving Sexual Assault” presentation in Fairchild Hall that day. “One in six boys is sexually assaulted by the age of 18,” said Dr. Kimberly Dickman,
  • National Character and Leadership Symposium event: 'Dr Ruth' shares Holocaust survival story

    Dr. Ruth Westheimer spoke about her life as a Holocaust orphan and the importance of ethics and respect for human dignity at the National Character and Leadership Symposium Feb. 22.Westheimer grew up in Germany until 1938 when the Nazis came to power. Her family thought the upheaval would be short lived until the morning the Nazis walked into their