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Air Force and Army on top after day one of Armed Forces Basketball
U.S. Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Christie Ayers, a member of team Navy, passes the ball during a game at the 2022 Armed Force's Men's and Women's basketball championships held at the Admiral Prout Fieldhouse on Naval Base San Diego, California Nov. 7, 2022. Service members from the U.S. Army, Marine Corps, Navy (with Coast Guard players) and Air Force (with Space Force players) battle it out for the gold. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sergeant James R. Crow)
Nov. 9, 2022 - Naval Base San Diego Commanding Officer Captain Ted Carlson kicked off the 2022 Armed Forces Men’s and Women’s Basketball Championship at the Admiral Prout Fieldhouse on Saturday, November 6.  

Naval Base San Diego To Host 2022 Armed Forces Basketball Championship
PO1 Christie Ayers of NSA Bahrain drives around defenders during the 2019 Armed Forces Women's Basketball Championship.  Elite U.S. military basketball players from around the world compete for dominance at Naval Station Mayport during the 2019 Armed Forces Men's and Women's Basketball Championship. Army, Marine Corps, Navy (with Coast Guard) and Air Force teams square off at the annual event which features double round-robin action, followed by championship and consolation games to crown the best players in the military. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Gulianna Dunn/RELEASED)
Nov. 3, 2022 - Naval Base San Diego, California will host the 2022 Armed Forces Men’s and Women’s Basketball Championships featuring teams from Army, Marine Corps, Navy (including Coast Guard) and Air Force (including Space Force), held at the Admiral Prout Fieldhouse from 5-13 November 2022.  

King wins Marine Corps/Armed Forces Marathon; Navy women sweep podium
Marine Corps Capt Kyle King of Twentynine Palms, California jumps out in front of the competition to win the 47th Marine Corps Marathon as well as the Armed Forces Men's Gold.  The 2022 Armed Forces Marathon Championship held in conjunction with the 47th Marine Corps Marathon in Washington, D.C.  The Armed Forces Championship features teams from the Marine Corps, Navy (with Coast Guard runners), and Air Force.  Department of Defense Photo by Mr. Steven Dinote - Released.
Oct. 30, 2022 - Perfect weather combined with energetic runners was the ideal conditions for the elite runners of the 47th edition of the Marine Corps Marathon held in Washington, D.C. Marine Corps Captain Kyle King of MAGTFTC Twentynine Palms, California dominated the course from the start winning the 2022 Marine Corps Marathon and Armed Forces Marathon title with a blistering time of 2:19:19.   Navy  Lt. Cmdr. Katherine Irgens of Naval Submarine Base New London, Conn. captured her first Armed Forces Gold with an impressive time of 2:50:24, placing fourth overall in the Marine Corps Marathon Women’s Division.