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Default Air Force Logo Who’s ready for some March Madness?
East RegionVillanova - The Big East is sending powerhouses Louisville, Connecticut and Pittsburgh to the big dance as No. 1 seeds, so Villanova is most certainly flying under the radar as a No. 3 seed. The team is led by upperclassmen Dante Cunningham and Scottie Reynolds, who were a part of last year's Cinderella team and know what it takes to do
0 3/20
2009
Default Air Force Logo Winning at losing: basic tools
One of the biggest things people can do to begin living better is to set one to three measurable goals this week. One example of these goals is to switch to diet soda or water instead of drinking a caloric beverage. One soda has about three tablespoons of sugar, which means that if you are drinking one soda per day, you are consuming over 68 cups
0 3/20
2009
Default Air Force Logo National Nutrition Month: Winning at losing
There is no better time to reflect on your diet and lifestyle than March, National Nutrition Month. Come along with me as I uncover ways to become a healthier, happier you.Whether you have 10 or 100 pounds to lose, you are probably feeling overwhelmed by different (and sometimes faulty) information telling you how to actually do it. Our society
0 3/12
2009
Default Air Force Logo March into spring with a multitude of sports
Is there a better time of year for sports than right now? Sure, the month of October (playoff baseball, NHL and NBA seasons beginning, NFL mid-season) isn't too shabby, but the edge has to go to these next few weeks.Think about it: spring training is in high gear with the start of the major league baseball season less than a month away. How will
0 3/12
2009
Default Air Force Logo NBA trade deadline: winners and losers
Winners1. Orlando Magic- Point guard Jameer Nelson was enjoying a breakout year before being lost for the season following shoulder surgery. The Magic quickly realized having Anthony Johnson be their starting point guard for the stretch run was not an ideal situation. So, unlike most teams in the league that made deals for financial reasons, the
0 3/06
2009
Default Air Force Logo Will the Cardinals fall back to Earth?
(Editor's note: This article is the second of a series of three)The Arizona Cardinals season was something out of a classic Hollywood sports movie. Kurt Warner was cast as the aging quarterback who's looking for just one last shot to show everyone what he's got left (see Dennis Quaid in "Any Given Sunday"). Anquan Boldin was the ultra talented wide
0 3/06
2009
Default Air Force Logo Top NFL offseason question: Who’s staying, going?
(Editorial note: This article is the third in a series of three)Albert Haynesworth, defensive tackle for the Tennessee Titans - His timing couldn't be any better. He just completed a fantastic season that saw his team rise from ashes to finish with the best record in the National Football League. The key to the Titans season was their suffocating
0 3/06
2009
Default Air Force Logo The flying priest -- Bishop makes stop on Andrews
A young congregant watched closely as a man dressed in his liturgical vestments, miter and staff, slowly made his way from the altar down to the crowd inside Chapel 3, which was beginning to dissipate out the door after the conclusion of the Sunday service. As the boy made his way to the cloaked figure, a bold question formed in his throat.
0 1/11
2009
Then Tech. Sgt. Daniel Beverly, poses as "Midnight Rocker, " bad boy professional wrestler. (Courtesy photo) 'Midnight Rocker' moves to Air Force blue -- FSS First Sergeant mentors Airmen with past professional wrestler skills
Does the phrase, "Whatcha gonna do brotha, when the 24-inch pythons and Hulkamania run wild on you?" ring a bell? Or how about, "Can you smell what the Rock is cookin'?" For most red-blooded World Wrestling Entertainment fans, these buzz phrases are synonymous with WWE professional wrestlers, Hulk Hogan and The Rock, who have since gone on to movie
0 12/05
2008
Default Air Force Logo World War II ‘Fly Girls’ Inducted, make historical landing in Women’s Memorial
The ivory-white walls bearing the newest exhibit in Washington D.C. wound around the halls of a memorial in a wave of nostalgia for landmark women in aviation history. Pictures, quotes, and graphics adorned the display to honor the first, and some of the bravest females who flew for their country in World War II. The Fly Girls of WWII kicked off
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2008
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