By Staff Sgt. Carlin Leslie
Air Force Social Media
On Saturday, Oct. 3, 2015, the Air Force Academy football team begins the hunt for the coveted Commander in Chief’s Trophy.
The hardcore hardware, weighing 170 pounds, goes to the team that wins the most football games in a competition between the U.S. Military Academy, U.S. Naval Academy and the U.S. Air Force Academy each season.
The trophy was created by service academy alumni in 1972. The Air Force Falcons claimed the trophy for the 19th time during their game against the Army Black Knights with a score of 23-6 in November 2014.
We’re taking a look back at last year’s accomplishments when the Air Force beat Navy during the round robin.
I have compiled some of the best images from last year’s game. Hope you’ll enjoy.
GO AIR FORCE, SINK NAVY