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Retired Air Force Staff Sgt. Velette Britt, who was paralyzed in 2015 will get a curb-climbing device for her wheelchair and improvements to her hand-cycle thanks to engineering students at the Colorado School of mines. (Courtesy Photo)
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Col. Keyan Riley is shown working in Afghanistan where he treated trauma patients. Riley credits his sucess overseas to a partnership with UCHealth Memorial Hospital that allows military doctors to work in the Emergency Department. (Courtesy Photo)
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Cadets showed off their ideas at the Center for Technology, Research and Commercialization in Colorado Springs. Plans include using artificial intelligence to help plan air strikes and creating an application for smart devices that will help the service track equipment. (COURTESY PHOTO)
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