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  • Air Force WCAP athlete sets sights on Paris Olympics

    For many young men and women considering an enlistment into the armed services, one common source of apprehension or anxiety stems from a branch’s fitness standards. From pull-ups, to push-ups, and even a few laps around a track, fitness in the military is not a foreign concept, but rather a way of

  • Air Force World Class Athletes have sights set on Paris 2024

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas – With the 2022 Winter Olympics in the rear view mirror, nine Airmen have their sights firmly set on the Paris 2024 Summer Olympics as the Department of the Air Force’s newest crop of World Class Athlete Program athletes.Following on the heels of WCAP athlete

  • Application window opens for Olympic hopefuls

    The application window for Airmen, Guardians, Reservists and Guardsmen who dream of Olympic competition is now open. Department of the Air Force and Space Force athletes have 45 days to apply to begin their training with the hopes of competing in the 2024 Summer Olympics in Paris, France. Once

  • Airman makes debut as Winter Olympian, has sights set for 2026

    Imagine being the first black athlete to compete in a sport where you are hurling yourself headfirst down an icy track at speeds over 90 mph. That is exactly what Airman First Class Kelly Curtis did recently as she competed in the skeleton at the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, China.

  • Air Force Olympic hopeful takes first at top U.S. 10K

    In the crisp air and stunning view of Colorado’s Front Range, Maj. Benjamin Payne was first to cross the finish line at this year’s Bolder Boulder 10K race. It was just one of many wins he hopes to achieve on his road to the U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials in February 2016 in Los Angeles, but not his