• Discomfort comes with leadership, VA undersecretary tells Air Force Academy cadets

    Updated: 4 hr ago

    Allison Hickey told an Air Force Academy crowd Friday that her time as a cadet there taught her how to be uncomfortable. And learning that skill, the undersecretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs said, made her the leader she became. Hickey was the recipient of the academy's...

  • Homeland Security budget issues could impact Colorado Springs command

    Updated: 12 hr ago

    The Homeland Security budget showdown will be felt at U.S. Northern Command in Colorado Springs, but won't impact the command's ability to protect America from threats, including terrorism, a spokesman said Friday. Northern Command, formed in the wake of the 9/11 attacks to protect...

  • New hearing set for Air Force Academy cadet in sexual assault case

    Yesterday

    A new hearing will air evidence against an Air Force Academy cadet charged with sexual assault on a classmate. The case against junior cadet Brock Mangum stalled last fall after the woman told a military hearing officer that she considered Mangum a friend and didn't want to see him...

  • Top sergeant gives Air Force Academy cadets a lesson in leadership

    Yesterday

    The Air Force Academy's 4,000 cadets got a stark leadership lesson from a sergeant on Thursday. "It's not about you," Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James Cody told cadets gathered for the start of the school's annual National Character and Leadership Symposium. Cody, the Air...

  • Sunshine will help melt snow in Colorado Springs, but more snow is coming

    Updated: Tue, Feb 24, 2015

    Once again, Jack Frost is being a tease. A brief respite of sunshine Tuesday only precludes yet another snow-laden cold front moving into the Pikes Peak region Wednesday, say forecasters. This, after last week's springlike days followed by the weekend's powder dump. Monument saw...

  • Lamborn pledges support of military installations in Colorado Springs speech

    Updated: Tue, Feb 24, 2015

    In an annual address to area business leaders, Colorado Springs U.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn pledged to block attempts to close bases and to continue his efforts to grow the Pentagon budget. Lamborn, a Republican who was re-elected to a fifth term in November, blasted President Barack Obama...

  • Air Force Academy NCO takes Afghans to new level of firefighting

    Updated: Sun, Feb 22, 2015

    Imagine a place where kids don't dream of growing up to be firefighters. Such a place is where Air Force Academy Master Sgt. Jeff Hackworth earned the Bronze Star Medal - by showing locals that fighting fire is an admirable craft of skill and bravery. A career Air Force...

  • Air Force Space Command urges innovations that save money

    Updated: Sun, Feb 22, 2015

    Air Force Space Command is saving electricity and cash thanks to a program that will entertain the wildest ideas airmen can come up with. The two-year-old program, run by Maj. Gen. Jane Rohr, was developed to help the command find creative ways to face budget cuts and an uncertain...

  • New VA clinic pays tribute to World War II hero from Colorado Springs

    Updated: Fri, Feb 20, 2015

    A Colorado Springs hero got an honorary home Friday when the city's new Department of Veterans Affairs clinic was named for Pfc. Floyd Lindstrom. The World War II Medal of Honor recipient was mostly unsung in his hometown before veterans groups and Congress came together to put his...

  • Defense attorney: 'No such evidence' to convict Air Force Academy cadet in Boulder sexual assault case

    Updated: Thu, Feb 19, 2015

    BOULDER - The attorney for an Air Force Academy cadet accused of sexually assaulting and kidnapping a female classmates told reporters outside a courtroom here that there's not enough evidence to convict his client. Inside the courtroom, Boulder County prosecutors on Thursday filed...

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