Teams in Korea set for a lot more competition

Humphreys, Osan and Daegu will face other schools in South Korea again as well as compete in Far East championships.

Okinawa teams excited for return of Far East events

Kadena and Kubasaki will largely play each other again and again on field until spring seasons conclude with return of DODEA-Pacific championships.

Jacques Guillaume, Molly Chapman lead Navy indoor track and field to Patriot League championships

Sophomore Jacques Guillaume and senior Molly Chapman led the way as the Navy men’s and women’s track and field teams swept the Patriot League Indoor Championships over the weekend at Wesley Brown Fieldhouse.

Rota’s Cardenas shows teammates how it’s done

Team captain breaks two EFSL records and is one of a handful of swimmers who stood out at short-distance championships.

They come a long way to swim a short distance

Bahrain’s Jake Jennings makes the most of his trip by winning twice on opening day of European Forces Swim League’s Short Distance Championships.

Ansbach, Alconbury shooters capture national JROTC events

Cougars are best in Army competition, while Dragons edge Kaiserslautern for Air Force title despite stellar finish by Raiders’ Noah Truschinski.

Spring has sprung in DODEA-Japan

The calendar indicates that spring doesn’t start until March 20. But a handful of teams take to the fields this weekend as the final sports season of the school year gets underway.

98-year-old Navy veteran, who pitched for the Yankees, is oldest surviving MLB player

Two weeks after his high school graduation, Arthur Schallock was drafted by the Navy during World War II and shipped off to the Pacific Theater. “I didn’t see a baseball for three years,” he recalls.

Warriors leave no doubt who’s best in Europe

The Warriors came out on top Saturday, 43-34, to clinch their first DODEA-Europe basketball title since 2015.