Air Force and Navy will meet on the football field Saturday after an unusual week of preparation that saw emotions swing from disappointment to elation.
Football is on for Army, Navy and Air Force this weekend although some other service academy sports are still suspended because of the government shutdown.
Some of those hardest hit by the shutdown are military service academies. This weekend’s big Navy/Air Force game had been in limbo…until Wednesday night! Military sources say the Midshipmen will take the field after all.
Army, Navy and Air Force might be forced to skip their football games next weekend because of the partial government shutdown.
Deep budget cuts in Washington are grounding the military’s Blue Angels and Thunderbirds.
Never mind all the records. Army quarterback Trent Steelman wants only one thing as he stares at his last college game — to beat Navy.
NORAD will conduct an air defense exercise in the D.C. area.
Another wild overtime finish in the Navy-Air Force rivalry. Only, this time, the Midshipmen came out on top in their quest to regain the Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy.
If there are two teams that shouldn’t mind a 9:30 a.m. kickoff, it’s Navy and Air Force. The Midshipmen and Falcons are used to getting up at the crack of dawn.
Military training flights are scheduled this week over the Washington area to test air defense response.
With the budget ax starting to swing at the Pentagon, Maryland’s Air National Guard is taking a big hit.
Hundreds of U.S. Airmen are home for the holidays as the last group of Air Force members left Iraq.