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  • Attorneys expand on witness' role in 2012 court-martial

    Attorneys representing the government and former cadet Stephan Claxton met here March 12-13 for an evidentiary hearing to more thoroughly establish the trial of record in the case of United States v. Stephan Claxton and the role of former cadet Eric Thomas, one of 12 witnesses who testified at Claxton's court-martial in 2012.Thomas's status as an
  • Academy to hold hearing to clarify facts of Claxton assault case

    The Air Force Academy is scheduled to hold a DuBay hearing March 12-13 to determine whether the government failed to disclose the confidential informant status of a witness in United States v. Stephan Claxton and, if so, whether that failure to disclose the witness's status was harmless beyond a reasonable doubt.A DuBay hearing is a procedure
  • Cadet candidates lead Prep School's 'It's On Us' pledge

    A group of 13 Academy Preparatory School students and senior leaders took the "It's On Us" pledge during a presentation in the Community Center Theater here Feb. 3.The pledge commits the Prep School's student and faculty leaders to create an environment that does not tolerate sexual assault and that supports survivors.Cadet Candidate Kylee Miller
  • Commandant, CCLD director discuss Academy's commitment to eradicate sexual assault

    The commandant of cadets and the director of the Academy's Center for Character and Leadership Development spoke with reporters from the Associated Press and the Denver Post as part of a media availability day the Academy held Aug. 13.Brig. Gen. Stephen Williams and Col. Joseph Sanders took part in an interview to continue to address reports by the
  • Faculty, staff meet, discuss how to create safe climate

    A group of Academy faculty members took part in a series of brown bag lunches focused on addressing sexual harassment and assault that concluded Tuesday with a presentation of an Army training video called "amateur night" and a discussion of how faculty and staff can reinforce respect for human dignity at the Air Force Academy.The video, published
  • Academy reviewing results of sexual assault survey

    Analysts across the Air Force Academy are reviewing the results of a survey conducted in the days following a stand-down to address sexual assault here June 24.The analysts, who include experts from the Behavioral Science and Leadership Department, the Commandant of Cadets staff and the Plans and Programs, Requirements, Assessments and Analyses
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