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  • Academy announces plans to search for new athletic director

    Air Force Academy Athletic Director, Dr. Hans Mueh, announced his retirement May 22 effective at the end of the 2014-2015 Academic Year. The Air Force's Academy will soon begin to market and strategically target an executive-level candidate pool with the competencies and motivation to assume the role of our Athletic Director."Dr. Mueh will have
  • USAFA hosts Conference of Service Academy Superintendents

    Superintendents, deans of faculty, athletic directors and admission directors from all U.S. service academies gathered here for the annual Conference of Service Academy Superintendents April 9-11 to discuss issues of concern and share best practices. During the plenary session, representatives from the U.S. Military Academy, U.S. Coast Guard
  • Academy surpasses 2014 Air Force Assistance Fund goal

    This year, the Academy went above and beyond to help provide basic needs to fellow Airmen.For 2014, the Academy surpassed its goal of raising $78, 603 for the Air Force Assistance Fund Campaign by more than 150 percent, bringing in a total of $118,000 in donations to provide food, shelter, utilities, vehicle repair, emergency travel and education
  • News release: Disenrollment Process Review released

    Today the Air Force and the Air Force Academy released two Inspector General reports, one highlighting the Air Force Office of Special Investigations' use of cadets in the Confidential Informant program and one on the Academy's disenrollment process. "Both IG reports provide recommendations for a few areas where we can improve. None of the
  • News release: Distinguished Academy grads recognized

    The United States Air Force Academy and the Association of Graduates are proud to announce the winners of the Academy's Distinguished Graduate Award for 2013. Each year, this award recognizes two graduates whose singular and distinctive contributions to our society and nation have set them apart from other alumni of the institution. The winners of
  • Economic impact of new cadets on local community tops $2M

    The arrival of the Class of 2017 on June 27, along with the arrival of cadet-candidates at the Academy's Prep School on July 17, will add more than $2 million to the local economy.When all the figures are added up, the estimated 4,170 visiting family members, relatives and friends of cadets and cadet-candidates will generate approximately
  • Q&A: Dr. Adis Vila, chief diversity officer

    Dr. Adis Vila is the Air Force Academy's first chief diversity officer. As the CDO, her role is to build on the Academy's existing efforts to make the institution more inclusive and to ensure that future officers have a comprehensive understanding of the diverse world in which they will serve.Dr. Vila's previous experience includes careers as a