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Snoopy, NASA featured at Pioneers Museum exhibit

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The Space Foundation is partnering with the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum to support a special traveling exhibit from the Charles M. Schulz Museum called “To the Moon: Snoopy soars with NASA.” The exhibit runs Nov. 17 through April 20, and examines the history of Apollo 10 and the role the gang from the Peanuts comic… Continue Reading Snoopy, NASA featured at Pioneers Museum exhibit

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Lockheed Martin wins $250m contract

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Lockheed Martin won a $250 million contract to continue to support the air defense, missile warning and space defense systems at U.S. Northern Command and U.S. Strategic Command. The contract covers three one-year options, and has a total potential value of $250 million. Under the first contract, Lockheed Martin modernized the air defense, missile warning… Continue Reading Lockheed Martin wins $250m contract

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AFA cadets travel to Pueblo for STEM outreach

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Air Force Academy cadets and professors are attempting to engage students’ interest in science, engineering, math and technology careers. A team of 30 cadets and four professors will be in Pueblo at Chavez-Huerta Preparatory School in Pueblo for the entire class day, providing demonstrations about rockets, robots, gliders, physics and chemistry. The activities are part… Continue Reading AFA cadets travel to Pueblo for STEM outreach

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Veterans Day celebrations and commemorations are planned for Nov. 10 and Nov. 12 in the Springs. Veterans from across the region will take to the Colorado Springs downtown streets Saturday to celebrate Veterans Day. The Colorado Springs Veterans Day Parade will begin at 10 a.m. Nov. 10. The parade will proceed down Tejon Street, starting… Continue Reading Veterans Day commemorations planned for downtown and UCCS

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Last Veteran’s Day, a dozen veterans gathered at Roosters Men’s Grooming Center in Colorado Springs to share their experiences serving the country during times of war. This Sunday,  Rocky Mountain PBS will air the one-hour documentary produced from those interviews. It will be on PBS stations across Colorado at 7 p.m. prior to the National… Continue Reading Veterans documentary premiering Veteran’s Day on Rocky Mountain PBS

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Smith named to space law board of directors

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Colorado Springs attorney Milton “Skip” Smith was elected to the International Institute of Space Law Board of Directors at its annual meeting in Naples, Italy. Smith is one of 15 other space industry leaders and lawyers on the board, and is co-chairman of the Sherman & Howard space law practice group and is on the… Continue Reading Smith named to space law board of directors

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  Officials from the Colorado Procurement Technical Assistance Center, which helps businesses secure government contracts,  say the organization helped create nearly 14,000 jobs during the last fiscal year. The said PTAC clients received contract awards worth $694 million, creating and retaining 13,878 private sector jobs across Colorado. “Without a doubt, the PTAC is providing an… Continue Reading Colorado PTAC helped create nearly 14,000 jobs last year

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The United States Air Force Academy will hold its biannual religious respect conference Tuesday and Wednesday. The purpose of the conference is to present the academy’s new religious respect training program for cadets and staff members. It will also provide an update of the academy’s ongoing religious respect training program since the last conference, which… Continue Reading Academy holds biannual religious respect conference

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Academy cyber teams places second

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The Air Force Academy cyber competition team placed second of about 80 U.S. and Canadian teams in the Hack.lu Capture the Flag competition held earlier this week.   Carnegie Mellon’s graduate team took first place. Worldwide, in all categories, the academy’s team placed 17th out of 575 teams.   The contest ran for 48 consecutive… Continue Reading Academy cyber teams places second

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The Air Force Academy broke ground last week on its new Center for Character and Leadership Development building. The center will be used to provide character development programs to cadets from basic training to graduation, with the goal of teaching them to put integrity first, place service before self and always strive for excellence. The… Continue Reading AFA breaks ground on character development center

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