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The Air Force Academy chapel Wednesday, March 22, 2017. The iconic building will close in 2018 for up to four years to repair leaks that have plagued it since it opened in 1962. Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette
160426-N-DY073-068 ANNAPOLIS, Md. (April 26, 2016) Adm. Michael S. Rogers, commander, U.S. Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM), speaks at the U.S. Naval Academy as part of the Cyber Lecture Series. Rogers addressed more than 600 midshipmen about the critical role cyber operations will play throughout their naval careers. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communications Seaman Brianna Jones/Released)
President Donald Trump's budget proposal issued Thursday is long on military cash but short on details on how the Pentagon is supposed to spend it. iStock photo.
Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA: United States Air Force Academy Cadet Chapel against blue sky - the building includes Protestant, Catholic, Jewish and Buddhist areas - modernist architecture by Walter Netschof Skidmore, Owings and Merrill - photo by M.Torres
A flight of ciders at Colorado Common Hard Cider is pictured on Tuesday, February 21, 2017. Photo by Stacie Scott, The Gazette
A new reward comes from Army Criminal Investigation Command in a bid to find the killer of Fort Carson Spc. Darlene Krashoc.
A Caterpillar D7 bulldozer digs a berm around a camp while Spc. Montserrat Salinas watches Friday, March 10, 2017, at Fort Carson's training site at Pinon Canyon east of Trinidad, Colo. The 615th Engineer Company of the 4th ID Engineer Brattalion wil be training at the site for two weeks. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
A U.S. Army tank crew, 1st Battalion, 68th Armor Regiment, 3rd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, fires a round from an M1A2 Main Battle Tank during a Live Fire Accuracy Screening Test at Presidential Range in Swietozow, Poland, January 16, 2017. The arrival of 3rd Arm. Bde. Cmbt. Tm., 4th Inf. Div., marked the start of back-to-back rotations of armored brigades in Europe as part of Atlantic Resolve. The vehicles and equipment, totaling more than 2,700 pieces, were shipped to Poland for certification before deploying across Europe for use in training with partner nations. This rotation will enhance deterrence capabilities in the region, improve the U.S. ability to respond to potential crises and defend allies and partners in the European community. U.S. forces will focus on strengthening capabilities and sustaining readiness through bilateral and multinational training and exercises. (Photo by U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Timothy D. Hughes)