Hockey: Falcons win over Canisius 3-0 on Friday, Feb. 15. Continue reading Air Force hockey shuts out Canisius 3-0
The Air Force Falcons (11-8-1, 9-5-0 AHC) host the Army Black Knights (8-11-1, 7-6-1 AHC) on Friday, January 11th at Clune Arena in Colorado Springs, Colo. Continue reading 2019-01-11 Air Force Hockey vs. Army
@AF_trackfield @AF_Falcons Cale Simmons celebrated #4thOfJuly @ #USOlympicTrials #Olympics #PoleVault #USATF #Rio pic.twitter.com/X5pw6KddfF — Liz Copan (@studiocopan) July 5, 2016 Continue reading Cale Simmons Earns Spot on Olympic Team
Thank you to all who serve, who have served, and who will serve…your sacrifices do not go unnoticed. #ArmedForcesDay Continue reading Armed Forces Day
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Air Force men’s soccer dropped a 1-0 match to Seattle U in Western Athletic Conference action on Senior Day October 26, 2014 at the Cadet Soccer Stadium. The Falcons (6-5-4, 2-4-1 WAC) allowed the lone goal of the match to the Redhawks (8-5-1, 3-2-1 WAC) in the 22nd minute. http://www.goairforcefalcons.com/sports/m-soccer/recaps/102614aab.html to view more photos, please click here Continue reading Air Force Drops 1-0 Match To Seattle
On Saturday November 8, Ray and I accompanied LTC Nathan Watanabe and Lt Col David Bachler with the US Air Force Academy’s History Club to the POW (Privately Owned Weapons) Shooting Range on Fort Carson in Colorado Springs, Colo. to document historical weapons in action.
It was the first time we had experimented with remote camera controls, but to our delight, the CamRanger performed beautifully and allowed us to capture areas that were certainly off limits during the live fire.
When I photographed the history club’s Historical Weapons Live Fire back in 2012, I was restricted to photographing from behind the line of fire due to safety reasons.
With the CamRanger, we were able to hook up the Canon 7D with 300mm f 2.8 lens (and pray that no stray bullets took it to an early grave) while remotely controlling the camera from a smartphone.
Despite being bombarded by advertisements, promotions and “too big to miss sales events,” today is November 11, 2014 and it is Veteran’s Day once again. This day is one of the few times out of a busy year the general public acknowledges the sacrifices and contributions our service members have made (or in the retail industry, a new sales flyer and some flashy graphics). I am privileged to work with these remarkable men and women every day, and I can tell you it is truly an honor to have them enrich the tapestry of our legacy with their service. We … Continue reading Veteran’s Day — Recognizing our Heroes