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Information for media wishing to cover the Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl will be available soon.

 

On the Road to the LMAFB - Week Nine

The Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl, played in honor of the armed forces of the United States, is the only collegiate football bowl game that has hosted all three U.S. Service Academy football teams. The U.S. Air Force Academy (2007-2009, 2012), the U.S. Military Academy (2010) and the U.S. Naval Academy (2013) have all previously participated in the bowl.  In 2010, Army defeated SMU, 16-14 in the Armed Forces Bowl.

On the Road to the LMAFB - Week Eight

The Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl, played in honor of the armed forces of the United States, is the only collegiate football bowl game that has hosted all three U.S. Service Academy football teams. The U.S. Air Force Academy (2007-2009, 2012), the U.S. Military Academy (2010) and the U.S. Naval Academy (2013) have all previously participated in the bowl.  In 2010, Army defeated SMU, 16-14 in the Armed Forces Bowl.

On the Road to the LMAFB - Week Seven

The Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl, played in honor of the armed forces of the United States, is the only collegiate football bowl game that has hosted all three U.S. Service Academy football teams. The U.S. Air Force Academy (2007-2009, 2012), the U.S. Military Academy (2010) and the U.S. Naval Academy (2013) have all previously participated in the bowl.  In 2010, Army defeated SMU, 16-14 in the Armed Forces Bowl.

On the Road to the LMAFB - Week Six

The Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl, played in honor of the armed forces of the United States, is the only collegiate football bowl game that has hosted all three U.S. Service Academy football teams. The U.S. Air Force Academy (2007-2009, 2012), the U.S. Military Academy (2010) and the U.S. Naval Academy (2013) have all previously participated in the bowl.  In 2010, Army defeated SMU, 16-14 in the Armed Forces Bowl. 

On the Road to the LMAFB - Week Five

The Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl, played in honor of the armed forces of the United States, is the only collegiate football bowl game that has hosted all three U.S. Service Academy football teams. The U.S. Air Force Academy (2007-2009, 2012), the U.S. Military Academy (2010) and the U.S. Naval Academy (2013) have all previously participated in the bowl.  In 2010, Army defeated SMU, 16-14 in the Armed Forces Bowl.

On the Road to the LMAFB - Week Four

The Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl, played in honor of the armed forces of the United States, is the only collegiate football bowl game that has hosted all three U.S. Service Academy football teams. The U.S. Air Force Academy (2007-2009, 2012), the U.S. Military Academy (2010) and the U.S. Naval Academy (2013) haveall previously participated in the bowl.  In 2010, Army defeated SMU, 16-14 in the Armed Forces Bowl.

On the Road to the LMAFB - Week One

This season’s Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl will be played in Fort Worth, Texas, on Friday, Jan. 2, 2015. The 12th edition of the postseason college football bowl game will kick off at 11:00 a.m. (CT) from Amon G. Carter Stadium on the campus of TCU and will be televised by ESPN and aired on the Armed Forces Bowl Radio Network. This will be the first time in its history that the bowl game has been held in January.

Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl announces January 2, 2015 Kickoff

May 29, 2014
Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl announces January 2, 2015 Kickoff

FORT WORTH, Texas – The Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl will be played in Fort Worth, Texas, on Friday, Jan. 2, 2015 officials announced today. The 12th edition of the postseason college football bowl game will kick off at 11:00 a.m. (CT) from Amon G. Carter Stadium on the campus of TCU and will be aired by ESPN. This will be the first time in its history that the bowl game has been held in January.

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