Civil War Baseball
       
     
Fencing
       
     
World Class Bicyclist
       
     
Tough Loss
       
     
Training is a Lifestyle
       
     
A Break in Training
       
     
 Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Matt Moore stares down past his glove to pitch during a warm-up before a game at Tropicana Field in Tampa, Fl., on Sep. 20. Moore grew up playing baseball on Air Force bases around the world. His father, Marty, is a retired Airman, who taught his sons the Air Force core values through their participation in the sport. 
       
     
Civil War Baseball
       
     
Civil War Baseball

Dean Badamo (middle), 9, along with his brothers Steve, 11, and Joseph, 6, play a game of toss after the first re-enactment battle at the battlefield of Cedar Creek in Virginia on Oct. 17. The three boys accompanied their father, Thomas Badamo, to the re-enactment for the 151st Anniversary of the battle.

Fencing
       
     
Fencing

During a foil fencing match, Alex Chiang reaches out and hits his opponent to score a point during a match-up for the 2014 NCAA Fencing Championships held at Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio.

World Class Bicyclist
       
     
World Class Bicyclist

After pedaling to the top of the 4,200-foot peak of Reddish Knob, Senior Airman David Flaten cruises to the bottom of the mountain in the George Washington National Forest. Flaten was released from his primary duties as an 811th Security Forces Squadron protective services Airman at Joint Base Andrews, Maryland, to join the sportsprogram.

Tough Loss
       
     
Tough Loss

Tyler Woodberry rests his head against the wall in frustration at the end of his second game of the 2012 Little League World Series on Aug. 18, in Williamsport, PA. Europe lost its second game of to tournament to Caribbean 14-1, ending their chance to compete for the 2012 LLWS championship.

Training is a Lifestyle
       
     
Training is a Lifestyle

Senior Airman David Flaten makes a jump on a mountain bike trail at Bryce Bike Park at Massanutten Mountain, Virginia. Each day, he doggedly pedals the rocky hills near Harrisonburg, Virginia, such as those at Massanutten Mountain or leading to the 4,200-foot peak of Reddish Knob in the George Washington National Forest.

A Break in Training
       
     
A Break in Training

Senior Airman David Flaten takes a break in his training to watch the sunset on his way down the 4,200-foot peak of Reddish Knob, in the George Washington National Forest.

 Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Matt Moore stares down past his glove to pitch during a warm-up before a game at Tropicana Field in Tampa, Fl., on Sep. 20. Moore grew up playing baseball on Air Force bases around the world. His father, Marty, is a retired Airman, who taught his sons the Air Force core values through their participation in the sport. 
       
     

Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Matt Moore stares down past his glove to pitch during a warm-up before a game at Tropicana Field in Tampa, Fl., on Sep. 20. Moore grew up playing baseball on Air Force bases around the world. His father, Marty, is a retired Airman, who taught his sons the Air Force core values through their participation in the sport.