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2018 All-Air Force Wrestling Team Try outs Air Force seeks 2018 wrestling team members
Call for Airmen to compete for a position on the 2018 All-Air Force Wrestling Team
0 11/07
2017
First Lt. Clayton Gable (right), a 2nd Space Warning Squadron supervisory statistician, wrestles at the Armed Forces Championships Feb. 20, 2016, at Naval Base Kitsap, Wash. Gable wrestled for the U.S. Air Force Academy and continues to wrestle for the Air Force wrestling team. (Courtesy photo) Academy grad returns to the mat for chance at becoming a champion
Coming from a small town in southern Pennsylvania, 1st Lt. Clayton Gable, a 2nd Space Warning Squadron supervisory statistician, grew up in a family that had a heritage in wrestling. He would excel in high school and at the Academy and now wrestles on the Air Force team.
0 5/08
2016
Staff Sgt. Morris Thomas, of the 50th Space Wing Safety Office, says wrestling saved him from becoming self-destructive as a child. Now, he’s created the Children of Valor wrestling club at Schriever Air Force Base, Colo., and hopes to pass on his lessons learned to the children. (U.S. Air Force graphic/Staff Sgt. Deborah Lockhart) Airman attributes life changes to wrestling
After moving from project housing to a higher income city when he was 9 years old, Morris Thomas, now a 50th Space Wing Safety Office staff sergeant, started a new school and was thrown into a world of discrimination and prejudice.
0 3/28
2016
Senior Master Sgt. Steve Horton, the Air Force Wrestling assistant coach, shouts instructions to one of his wrestlers during the 2015 Armed Forces Wrestling Championships at Fort Carson, Colo., March 27, 2015. Horton is from Scott Air Force Base, Illinois. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. J. Aaron Breeden) Air Force wins 2 gold, 3 silver at wrestling championships
Air Force wrestlers took home five medals, including two gold, at the 2015 Armed Forces Wrestling Championships, March 27-28 at Fort Carson, Colorado.
3 4/02
2015
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