INTEGRITYSERVICEEXCELLENCESAOGREAT HAPPENINGS AT THEU.S.AIR FORCE ACADEMYTAKE AN INTERACTIVE, 360-DEGREE VIRTUAL TOUR OF THE U.S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY"For the first time, students and fans fromaround the world can take flight over ourcampus, parachute into a crowded footballstadium, and navigate through our state-ofthe-art classrooms and athletic facilities,"The lines between communication andentertainment are increasingly blurred," hesaid. "We're no longer just competing withother colleges and military academies forscreen time, but also Netflix."said Andrew Hamilton, the Academy's chiefof marketing.Several 360-degree film shorts seen onthe tour will be shown at the Academy'sPlanetarium for free, Monday-Friday.The tour (usafa.edu/virtualtour) can be takenwith smartphones, computers, or via head-mounted display across the Gen. BenjaminO. Davis Jr. Airfield and through theremotely piloted aircraft center, the humanperformance lab, the Cadet Chapel, andnearly 50 other on-campus locations."Every potential cadet, family member,community member and general supportergets an authentic, behind-the-scenes viewof what the Academy is like," said MikePeterson, the Academy's chief of outreach.Visit usafa.edu to learn more aboutthe impact cadets are having on ourcommunity and the U.S. Air Force.Hamilton said the virtual tour is a nodtoward the Academy better serving theinterests of the general public.This sponsored feature providedthrough a joint venture between:THE UNITED STATES AIR FORCE ACADEMYENDOWMENTTHE COLORADO THIRTY GROUPs9-Ctasle INTEGRITY SERVICE EXCELLENCE SAO GREAT HAPPENINGS AT THE U.S.AIR FORCE ACADEMY TAKE AN INTERACTIVE, 360-DEGREE VIRTUAL TOUR OF THE U.S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY "For the first time, students and fans from around the world can take flight over our campus, parachute into a crowded football stadium, and navigate through our state-of the-art classrooms and athletic facilities," The lines between communication and entertainment are increasingly blurred," he said. "We're no longer just competing with other colleges and military academies for screen time, but also Netflix." said Andrew Hamilton, the Academy's chief of marketing. Several 360-degree film shorts seen on the tour will be shown at the Academy's Planetarium for free, Monday-Friday. The tour (usafa.edu/virtualtour) can be taken with smartphones, computers, or via head- mounted display across the Gen. Benjamin O. Davis Jr. Airfield and through the remotely piloted aircraft center, the human performance lab, the Cadet Chapel, and nearly 50 other on-campus locations. "Every potential cadet, family member, community member and general supporter gets an authentic, behind-the-scenes view of what the Academy is like," said Mike Peterson, the Academy's chief of outreach. Visit usafa.edu to learn more about the impact cadets are having on our community and the U.S. Air Force. Hamilton said the virtual tour is a nod toward the Academy better serving the interests of the general public. This sponsored feature provided through a joint venture between: THE UNITED STATES AIR FORCE ACADEMY ENDOWMENT THE COLORADO THIRTY GROUP s9-Ct asle

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INTEGRITY SERVICE EXCELLENCE SAO GREAT HAPPENINGS AT THE U.S.AIR FORCE ACADEMY TAKE AN INTERACTIVE, 360-DEGREE VIRTUAL TOUR OF THE U.S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY "For the first time, students and fans from around the world can take flight over our campus, parachute into a crowded football stadium, and navigate through our state-of the-art classrooms and athletic facilities," The lines between communication and entertainment are increasingly blurred," he said. "We're no longer just competing with other colleges and military academies for screen time, but also Netflix." said Andrew Hamilton, the Academy's chief of marketing. Several 360-degree film shorts seen on the tour will be shown at the Academy's Planetarium for free, Monday-Friday. The tour (usafa.edu/virtualtour) can be taken with smartphones, computers, or via head- mounted display across the Gen. Benjamin O. Davis Jr. Airfield and through the remotely piloted aircraft center, the human performance lab, the Cadet Chapel, and nearly 50 other on-campus locations. "Every potential cadet, family member, community member and general supporter gets an authentic, behind-the-scenes view of what the Academy is like," said Mike Peterson, the Academy's chief of outreach. Visit usafa.edu to learn more about the impact cadets are having on our community and the U.S. Air Force. Hamilton said the virtual tour is a nod toward the Academy better serving the interests of the general public. This sponsored feature provided through a joint venture between: THE UNITED STATES AIR FORCE ACADEMY ENDOWMENT THE COLORADO THIRTY GROUP s9-Ct asle INTEGRITY SERVICE EXCELLENCE SAO GREAT HAPPENINGS AT THE U.S.AIR FORCE ACADEMY TAKE AN INTERACTIVE, 360-DEGREE VIRTUAL TOUR OF THE U.S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY "For the first time, students and fans from around the world can take flight over our campus, parachute into a crowded football stadium, and navigate through our state-of the-art classrooms and athletic facilities," The lines between communication and entertainment are increasingly blurred," he said. "We're no longer just competing with other colleges and military academies for screen time, but also Netflix." said Andrew Hamilton, the Academy's chief of marketing. Several 360-degree film shorts seen on the tour will be shown at the Academy's Planetarium for free, Monday-Friday. The tour (usafa.edu/virtualtour) can be taken with smartphones, computers, or via head- mounted display across the Gen. Benjamin O. Davis Jr. Airfield and through the remotely piloted aircraft center, the human performance lab, the Cadet Chapel, and nearly 50 other on-campus locations. "Every potential cadet, family member, community member and general supporter gets an authentic, behind-the-scenes view of what the Academy is like," said Mike Peterson, the Academy's chief of outreach. Visit usafa.edu to learn more about the impact cadets are having on our community and the U.S. Air Force. Hamilton said the virtual tour is a nod toward the Academy better serving the interests of the general public. This sponsored feature provided through a joint venture between: THE UNITED STATES AIR FORCE ACADEMY ENDOWMENT THE COLORADO THIRTY GROUP s9-Ct asle

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