Three first-class cadets have been named recipients of prestigious scholarships for graduate study in England next year. Continue Reading Academy boasts scholarship winners

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Academy cadets took second, third and fourth place in Saturday’s 2009 Inter-Service Programming Contest between the Academy, Marines, Navy and USCGA. Continue Reading Cadets get with the program

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Dean of the Faculty Brig. Gen. Dana Born hosted a remarkable group of cadets at her quarters last week. Continue Reading Leadership honors cadet academic Aces

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Military members and their families throughout Colorado Springs looking for a “home away from home” need look no further than nearby Fort Carson. Continue Reading USO-Local staff aims for enjoyment of all

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The story of military chaplains begins with the story of the War for Independence. Continue Reading Chaplain brings sense of peace, serenity to Iraq

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The Air Force has always been a family focused on taking care of its own. Continue Reading Total team effort comforts family in time of need

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Just because he is not currently conducting Combat Survival Training at Saylor Park in the mountains west of the Academy does not mean SERE specialist Master Sgt. Chad Watts is resting on his laurels. Continue Reading Planning for CST, that measure of experience

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The Air Force announced Monday that Lt. Gen. John Regni, the Academy’s 17th superintendent, will retire from active duty later this year. The general entered the Air Force in June 1969 as a cadet here. Continue Reading Superintendent to retire

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