Team USA bobsled coach, an Army officer, relives Olympic glory through his athletes’ medals

Two U.S. athletes coached by Army Capt. Michael Kohn won medals in the first-ever Olympic women’s monobob event in Beijing on Monday.

Army bobsledders are among ‘deep talent pool’ headed for Winter Olympics in Beijing

Two soldiers are among the 12 athletes named to the U.S. Bobsled team.

Air Force, Army receive college football bowl invites

The Black Knights (8-3) will take on Missouri on Dec. 22 in the Armed Forces Bowl at Fort Worth. The Falcons (9-3) face Louisville on Dec. 28 in the First Responder Bowl in Dallas.

As tensions simmer over Taiwan, global semiconductor chip supply hangs in the balance

After a year of shortages, the prospect of yet another interruption to the chip supply likely is enough to make Detroit's automakers and their foreign rivals shudder. Taiwan produces 65% of all chips globally and is home to the largest semiconductor company in the world, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company.

Air Force Marathon at Wright-Patterson cancelled as coronavirus cases rise

More than 11,000 runners had registered to run the race, which was first held 25 years ago. This year, the marathon was due to be held on Sept. 18, the Air Force’s 74th anniversary.

‘Field of Dreams’ game draws MLB’s highest ratings for regular season contest in 16 years

On Thursday night, the New York Yankees and Chicago White Sox played a game that rivaled Hollywood fairy tales. It was the first official MLB game played in Iowa, in a ballpark built among the Dyersville’s corn fields where the iconic 1989 movie “Field of Dreams” was shot.

Corps strength: Marines to drop crunches from PFT in favor of planks in 2023

The Marine Corps physical fitness test will undergo two important changes related to abdominal strength tests.

Active-duty sailor and former Naval Academy baseball player Charlie Connolly remains unsigned after being drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers

Charlie Connolly was a 20th round selection of the Los Angeles Dodgers in the Major League Baseball draft held earlier this month. He was taken on July 13 with the last pick (612th overall) of the final round.

Coast Guard endurance athlete raises money for clean water, one mile at a time

Coast Guard Lt. j.g. Katie Spotz recently ran 341 miles across the state of Ohio in 11 days. But she is not just running for her own fitness. To date, Spotz has raised over $300,000 for clean water initiatives and had an impact on 25,000 lives through her activism.

Soldiers, following in Patton’s bootsteps, will go for modern pentathlon gold at Olympics

America’s most famous modern pentathlete was Gen. George S. Patton, who participated in the sport as a junior officer during the 1912 Olympics in Stockholm. A pair of soldiers hope to bring modern pentathlon gold medals home to Colorado after this month’s Summer Olympics.

Active-duty sailor and former Naval Academy baseball player Charlie Connolly drafted by Los Angeles Dodgers

Charlie Connolly, who commissioned as a surface warfare officer, is scheduled to report to the USS Russell, an Arleigh Burke-class destroyer based in San Diego, at some point in November.

FBI rules out threat to All-Star Game after police make arrests at hotel near stadium

Federal authorities said Sunday that there is no reason to suspect terrorism or a threat directed at Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game after three men were arrested Friday in an illegal-weapons probe at a hotel blocks from the stadium hosting the event.

Navy junior Joseph ‘JC’ Hermus named College Sailor of the Year: ‘He is always testing boundaries’

JC Hermus has lived up to his billing and then some, earning All-America status all three seasons he’s competed for the Midshipmen. Now the Long Island native has etched his name into Navy intercollegiate sailing history.

US women’s softball team arrives at Marine base in Japan for pre-Olympics training camp

Japan has carved out restrictions for Olympic athletes that preclude them from the usual 14-day quarantine expected of most arriving foreigners, but that also prevent them from mingling with most residents of Japan.

Air Force Marathon returns in September for 25th anniversary

This year’s event celebrates the breadth of Air Force power, highlighting a quartet of famous airplanes. Races include the familiar array of distances: The 26.2-mile marathon, 13.1-mile half marathon, 10K, 5K, Tailwind Trot 1K Kids’ Run, and the “Fly! Fight! Win! Challenge” events.

Supreme Court sides with athletes in dispute with NCAA over rules limiting benefits

The Supreme Court dealt the NCAA a unanimous defeat Monday and ruled the multibillion-dollar college sports industry can be sued under the antitrust laws for conspiring to make money by insisting star athletes be unpaid amateurs.

Rubio asks Biden for waiver so Navy star Cameron Kinley can play for NFL's Buccaneers

The Naval Academy’s 2021 class president and captain of the Midshipmen football team, Kinley wasn’t selected in the recent NFL draft but joined the Bucs as an undrafted free agent and shined at their rookie minicamp in May.

Here is how Miami native Alejandro Sancho wound up in the US Army and Tokyo Olympics

Never in his wildest dreams did Albert Pardo, the former wrestling coach at South Miami High, imagine that Alejandro “Alex” Sancho, the son of Cuban immigrants, would wind up as a U.S. Army specialist, heading to the Tokyo Olympics to compete as a Greco-Roman wrestler for Team USA. But here he is.

Marine air station in Japan to host two Olympic teams ahead of Tokyo Games

A pair of American teams will camp out at MCAS Iwakuni to train at Atago Sports Complex, a facility the US military shares with the city of Iwakuni.