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STEM members, Indian Schools: A Science, Technology, Engineering and Math outreach program for schools on Indian reservations in New Mexico prompted Academy computer specialist Kwi Spinks to lead cadets there last month. - more - 15 September 2008 Supreme Court Justice Breyer Rules Academy "Beautiful" The verdict is in after Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court Steven Breyer experienced his first taste of the Academy Sept. 4. "I've wanted to see this place and now I have and it's beautiful, beautiful, beautiful," he said. - continued - 15 September 2008 Priority #1-- Developing Officers of Character: "Make no mistake, the mission here is not athletics, not airmanship, not academics -- but building officers of character," Academy Superintendent, Lt. Gen. John Regni, said. This clear guidance is why the Academy's No. 1 strategic goal is: "Focus on leadership and character development." "It's impossible to overestimate the importance of character and leadership in our business -- the profession of arms," said Commandant of Cadets, Brig. Gen. Susan Desjardins. "Our core values, the cadet honor code, learning values-based leadership, and treating people with respect and dignity -- these are the foundations of officer development here. - more - 15 September 2008
Academy Honors Grads with Memorial Dedication; The Academy honored two 2001 graduates with the dedication of memorial display cases Friday in the McDermott Library. Academy staff, cadets, members of the 23rd Special Tactics Squadron and Air Force Special Operations Command, and family and friends honored Capt. Derek Argel and Capt. Jeremy Fresques with display cases containing items from their days as cadets and their time as special tactics officers. The two were killed in plane crash while deployed to Afghanistan and Iraq in 2005 - more - 15 September 2008 Falcons Defense Stuns Wyoming; A 74-yard end-around by Falcons wide receiver Kyle Halderman broke Air Force and Wyoming out of their defensive slugfest and gave the Falcons the game-deciding play. The game was deadlocked at a yawn-inspiring 6-3 as the teams relied solely on the run and traded field goals, while the defenses ruled until the middle of the third quarter. - more - 15 September 2008