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BHAFB Notes: Midshipmen (1-0) Sailing to Fort Worth via Delaware

One down, five to go as the U.S. Naval Academy Midshipmen football team (1-0) has its sails full of inspired confidence following an impressive road win over Big Ten foe Indiana. The Mids are now planning for their home opener Saturday against Delaware (2-0). Contracted to play in this December’s Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl in Fort Worth, Texas, pending bowl eligibility by winning at least six games, Navy surged its way past Indiana 41-35 last Saturday in Bloomington, Ind. to open its season with a major road victory.

Big Ten Announces New Partnership with Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl

The Big Ten Conference extends its relationship with the Heart of Dallas Bowl presented by PlainsCapital Bank and enters into an agreement with the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl to secure a commitment to have a conference school play in the postseason games, on a rotating basis, during a seven-year period following the 2013-2019 seasons.

10th Annual Golf Tournament Results

With an event-record 185 players competing, the 10th annual Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl Golf Tournament was held Friday, on Flag Day, at the Oak and Pecan courses of Walnut Creek Country Club in Mansfield, Texas. The popular summertime event returned to Walnut Creek's two courses for the fourth-straight year. This year also marked the second straight year the event was held on Flag Day as the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl continues to salute, honor and celebrate the military branches of the United States.

Delgado newest face of Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl staff

Beginning its second decade in 2013, the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl has returned to its full staff with the recent addition of Bryan Delgado as the new Event Supervisor for the popular college football bowl game that pays full tribute to the armed forces. Delgado, a 2008 Journalism graduate from the University of Oklahoma, joins the veteran staff of the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl led by Executive Director, Brant Ringler. With an extensive media and marketing background, Delgado, like everyone on the four-person, fulltime team, will wear many hats in Fort Worth, and his extensive duty list will including marketing, group sales and sponsorship fulfillment.

Two BHAFB Participants Picked

Two more players with experience playing in the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl were picked Friday in the National Football League draft. Defensive end Margus Hunt of SMU and tight end Vance McDonald of Rice were second-round selections by the Cincinnati Bengals and San Francisco 49ers, respectively.

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