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Army women, Air Force men take 2018 Armed Forces Bowling gold
U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. James McTaggart, assigned to the  Creech Air Force Base, Nev., (left), and U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Rose Aguilar, assigned to Fort Bliss, Texas, right, pose for a photo during the 2018 Armed Forces Bowling Championship at Ten Strike Bowling Center. Mc Taggart and Aguilar were the male and female first place winners of the competition. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Michael DiGabriele/Released)
April 27, 2018 - After taking a year off, Army Staff Sgt. Rose Aguiliar of Fort Bliss, Texas captured her fifth women’s gold medal and Staff Sgt. James McTaggart of Creech AFB, Nevada repeated as champion in the 2018 Armed Forces Bowling Championship at Fort Lee, Va. from 13-17 April.

Fort Lee to Host 2018 Armed Forces Bowling Championship
Air Force Capt. Danielle Crowder of Little Rock AFB,Arkansas wins the 2017 Armed Forces Women's Title at the Armed Forces Bowling Championship hosted at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California from 5-8 May at the Leatherneck Lanes.
April 9, 2018 - Fort Lee will host the 2018 Armed Forces Bowling Championship here April 14-16. This event will feature men and women teams from the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force along with athletes from the Coast Guard competing on the Navy teams.

Air Force pair sweep individual gold; Navy Men, Air Force Women take team gold
Air Force Capt. Danielle Crowder of Little Rock AFB,Arkansas wins the 2017 Armed Forces Women's Title at the Armed Forces Bowling Championship hosted at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California from 5-8 May at the Leatherneck Lanes.
May 16, 2017 - Air Force Capt. Danielle Crowder of Little Rock AFB,Arkansas and Staff Sgt. James McTaggart of Nellis AFB, Nevada captured respective individual gold women’s and men’s gold in the 2017 Armed Forces Bowling Championship at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California from 5 to 8 May.

Camp Pendleton to host 2017 Armed Forces Bowling Championship
MSgt Joshua Chambliss. First Sergeant, 19th Security Forces Squadron, Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas, warms up during the Armed Forces Bowling Championships at Travis Air Force Base, California (U.S. Air Foce Photo by Louis Briscese)
April 17, 2017 - Bowlers are gearing up to hit the lanes for the 2017 Armed Forces Bowling Championship held aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton from 5-9 May.

Air Force dominates the lanes at 2016 Armed Forces Bowling
U.S Army Staff Sergeant Rose Brown, a military police officer assigned to Fort Bliss, Texas, warms up before competing in the Armed Forces Bowling Championship, Travis Air Force Base, Calif. The week long event showcases the Services best bowlers who compete for best male, female and team bowlers, May 11, 2016. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Louis Briscese/Released)
May 24, 2016 - Hosting the 2016 Armed Forces Bowling Championship at Travis AFB, Calif., Air Force took first place in the men’s and women’s team and daily challenge events at the annual championship held May 11-13.

Armed Forces Bowling Day Two Results
May 13, 2016 - Day two of the 2016 Armed Forces Bowling Championship at Travis AFB, Calif. from 11-14 May. Day two consisted of the Mixed Doubles and Doubles (Men and Women) Challenges.

Air Force Men, Women lead Armed Forces Bowling Team Challenge
Air Force Senior Airman Tonya Criss leads the Women's Tournament after day, propelling Air Force's Team Challenge Victory at the start of the 2016 Armed Forces Bowling Championship at Travis AFB, Calif. on May 11th.
May 12, 2016 - Air Force bowlers led the charge as both men’s and women’s teams take the Team Challenge of day one of the 2016 Armed Forces Bowling Championship held at Travis AFB, Calif. on May 11th.

Army Women and Air Force Men Captures Armed Forces Gold
SPC Adam Ahmad, USAR, WA gold medalist at the 2015 Armed Forces Bowling Championship held at NAS Jacksonville, Fla. from 11-18 May
May 28, 2015 - Air Force men’s and Army women’s bowling defended their respective all-events titles at the 2015 Armed Force Bowling Championships Friday through Sunday at Naval Air Station Jacksonville’s Freedom Lanes.

Armed Forces Bowling Championship Underway
An Armed Forces bowling practices before qualifying rounds during the Armed Forces Bowling Championships at Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, May 14. Teams were narrowed for four male and four female teams for three days of play. Photo by Julie M. Lucas/NAS Jax PAO
May 15, 2015 - NAS Jacksonville – Following three days of preliminary rounds, teams are selected for the Armed Forces Bowling Championships that begin tomorrow. The following are the members of each team.

Army Women Strike Gold; Air Force Men Roll to First at 2014 Armed Forces Bowling
All-Army Bowling Team competed against the All-Air Force and All-Navy bowling teams during the 2014 Armed Forces Bowling Championship at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash., May 12-16.
May 19, 2014 - Army strikes gold in women’s division and Air Force men roll to gold at the 2014 Armed Forces Bowling Championship at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA 11-17 May.

Air Force women win third straight Armed Forces Bowling Championship; All-Army men win fourth straight
U.S. Army Men take their fourth consecutive bowling title at the 2013 Armed Forces Bowling Championship at MCB Camp Lejeune, NC.  MSG Daniel Lew, USAR-Dublin, CA takes overall gold and MSG Thomas Wynne, USAG Weisbaden, Germany takes silver
April 30, 2013 - MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. – The All-Army men won their fourth consecutive team title, and the All-Air Force women won their third in a row at the 2013 Armed Forces Bowling Championships, contested April 23 through 26 at the Bonnyman Bowling Center.

USAF WOMEN AND ARMY MEN BOWL THEIR WAY TO OVERALL TEAM GOLD
2012 Armed Forces Bowling Championship.
May 19, 2012 - Lackland AFB, TX - The Skylark Lanes was filled with bowlers from across the Services to compete at the 2012 Armed Forces Bowling Championship 14-18 May at Lackland AFB, TX. The Air Force Women cruised their way to overall gold throughout the tournament by knocking down 19,328 pins. The Marines took silver, followed by the Army and Navy. Overall women’s champion was Capt Danielle Crowder (USAF) with 5,069 pins. MSgt Wanda Volpp from the Marine Corps earned silver with 4,832 pins; with USAF TSgt Kristin Odekirk knocking down 4,820 pins.