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Airman eliminated after third women’s skeleton heat at Beijing Olympics
Kelly Curtis, an airman first class and first-time Olympian, narrowly missed a spot in the medal round, with a combined time of 3:09.23 across three rounds on the mile-long skeleton track northwest of Beijing.
Russia, China push back against US military, NATO in pre-Olympics summit
The two leaders are looking to project themselves as a counterweight to the U.S.-led bloc, as China growingly shows support for Moscow in its dispute with Ukraine.
Soldier wins bobsledding World Cup ahead of Winter Olympics
Spec. Lake Kwaza, a soldier assigned to the Army’s World Class Athlete Program at Fort Carson, Colorado, won the gold medal Jan. 2 in Sigulda, Latvia.
US troops, veterans thrived at 2020 Tokyo Paralympics
Of the 240 Team USA Paralympians, 19 are former or current U.S. Armed Forces service members, winning eight medals.
Summer Olympics to be streamed free for service members and veterans
5,500 hours of coverage of Olympics competition sessions, medal ceremonies, opening and closing ceremonies and more.
By Karen Jowers