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The Weekly Lead: Scholarship winners, a big cyber win & more

The  Weekly Lead

1.  Scholarship Round Up

(Graphic by Tech. Sgt. Ben Stratton)

Five cadets  at the Air Force Academy are getting ready to study abroad next year, courtesy of Marshall and Scharzman scholarships. It’s not just every cadet who earns these prestigious opportunities. Read about it here: https://www.usafa.edu/news/cadet-scholars-to-study-in-u-k-china-next-year

2.  Healthy Options

The Academy’s commitment to promoting a healthy lifestyle means cadets have more dining options next year. https://www.usafa.edu/news/academy-to-launch-dining-card-system-expand-options-for-cadets

3.  Another Big Cyber Win

U.S. Air Force Academy Cadet 1st Class Sears Schulz (middle) took first place in the President’s Cup, a Department of Homeland Security cyber competition Dec. 12, 2019. (Photo / Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency)

Cadet 1st Class Sears Schulz beat federal employees and service members in an individual challenge at the President’s Cup, a Department of Homeland Security cyber competition. Schultz plans to be a cyber operator in the Air Force. We think that’s a smart idea. Read more here: https://www.usafa.edu/news/af-academy-cadet-wings-big-at-cyber-competition

4. Yes, the Cadet Chapel is Closed

The Cadet Chapel is closed for renovation and off limits to the general public. It won’t be available for any type of holiday service this year. https://www.usafa.edu/news/cadet-chapel-renovations-alter-christmas-service-schedule

The Weekly Lead is a U.S. Air Force Academy Public Affairs staff report.