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Colorado State did its part Saturday with a 58-13 romp over Air Force...CSU quarterback Garrett Grayson established a school single-season passing yardage record and the Rams (7-6, 5-3 Mountain West) became bowl eligible for the first time since
Conn. (AP) The adjutant general of the Connecticut National Guard says he feels confident the state now has a reliable flying mission in place after eight years of uncertainty over what, if any, aircraft would be based at Bradley Air National Guard...
A victory Saturday afternoon by Colorado State (6-6, 4-3 Mountain West) over Air Force (2-9, 0-7) at Hughes Stadium would: Snap a seven-game winning streak in the Front Range series by Air Force...Provide a fond memory for 15 seniors at CSU who are
Air Force coaches and defensive players aren't expecting to find an empty backfield Saturday when they face Colorado State in Hughes Stadium. They've heard all about the possibility the Rams could be without Kapri Bibbs , their workhorse running back
The jets were scrambled for effective supervising, Xinhua cited air force representative Shen Jinke as saying. The report provided no farther details. Japan and South Korea took flight military airplane through the zone, which
Warnings from defense officials and some experts are mounting and becoming more dire: The nation's military is being hobbled by budget cuts. "You'd better hope we never have a war again," the House Armed Services Committee chairman, Rep. Howard "Buck"
Sophomore Josh Scott has gone from a rakish (as in body type) forward to a 6-foot-10, 245-pound hulk in the making. Combined with 6-9, 225-pound redshirt freshman Wesley Gordon, the Colorado basketball team has filled the gaping maw it had inside
Terry Allen and Kendall Anthony each scored 19 points as Richmond beat Air Force 83-60 Wednesday night...Anthony hit a 3-pointer to give Richmond a 38-35 lead with 16:42 left in the game. That shot began a barrage of scoring from Richmond, and their
This is viewer supported news Three computer consultants were found guilty on Friday of multiple charges for defrauding New York City of millions of dollars in the largest corruption case in city history. Private consultants were found guilty of
The Pentagon is fortifying bases in the Pacific and looking to revive World War II-era air bases as part of an effort to survive a Chinese missile attack that could wipe out critical installations on Okinawa and elsewhere, military records,