Air Force Football Team Visiting White House This Week

The Air Force football team is on its way to Washington, D.C. to be honored by President Donald Trump this week.

On Monday, the Falcons players and coaching staff boarded a plane to the nation’s capital. On Tuesday, the team will make its way to the White House for a meeting with the president and to be honored as the winner’s of the Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy from this past college football season.

Air Force was victorious over Army and Navy this in 2016, earning the 20th Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy in program history.

Navy has won the trophy 15 times, while Army has claimed it six times.

The Falcons are already en route to D.C.

On our way to Washington D.C. @AF_FBRecruiting & @AF_FB_Creative! Looking forward to an awesome trip. #SinkNavy #BeatArmy #LetsFly

— Steve Senn (@coachstevesenn) May 1, 2017

Wheels up to D.C. for the 20th time to meet @POTUS, no one can say they have done that ever. Bonus this is a wallpaper 4 y'all. #LetsFly

— Air Force Football (@AF_Football) May 1, 2017

And here are the rings players and coaches received for their impressive 2016 campaign.

Beat Navy & Army to get to our
20th Commander in Chiefs Trophy Championships – ✅
2016 Arizona Bowl Champions – ✅
10 Win Season – ✅ #LetsFly

— Air Force Football (@AF_Football) April 22, 2017

Air Force finished the season 10-3, defeating South Alabama in dominant fashion to win the Arizona Bowl.

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