Steve Senn
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    Steve Senn

    Position:
    Executive Asst./Quality Control

    Experience:
    11th Year

    College:
    USAFA '90

    10/16/2012

    Calhoun hosts press conference as Air Force prepares to host New Mexico

    Root to televise game

    10/15/2012

    Falcon Football Hosts New Mexico

    Kickoff is 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20, at Falcon Stadium.

    10/24/2011

    Falcon Football Travels To New Mexico To Cap October

    Kickoff is 12 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 29 in Albuquerque. Game to be televised by The Mtn.

    Steve Senn begins his 11th season with Air Force football overall and fourth as the executive assistant. Senn previously served as the junior varsity head coach and varsity assistant as an officer in the Air Force. Senn retired from active duty in 2009.

    Senn is a 1990 graduate of the Academy where he earned his bachelor's degree in social sciences. While at the Academy, Senn lettered three years in football as a wide receiver and helped the Falcons to a pair of bowl games. He holds the school record for receiving yards in a bowl game with 150 set in the 1989 Liberty Bowl. He is also the record holder for touchdown catches in a bowl game with two, which he did in both the 1987 Freedom Bowl and 1989 Liberty Bowl.

    Following graduation, Senn served for one year as an assistant coach with the football team before going to undergraduate pilot training at Reese AFB, Texas. He was then assigned to Dover AFB, Del., where he was a C-5 aircraft commander from 1993-96. Senn was then a C-27A evaluator pilot at Howard AFB in Panama from 1996-99. He returned to the C-5 as an evaluator pilot while stationed at Travis AFB, Calif., from 1999-2002. Prior to returning to the Academy, he was a C-20H instructor pilot at Ramstein AB, Germany, from 2002-05.

    Senn attended Cibola High School in Albuquerque, N.M., where he graduated in 1985 and was a first-team all-state quarterback and free safety. Senn's wife, Sophie, who is also a 1990 graduate, retired from active duty in 2009 as well. They have two children, Arran and Eric.

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