PHOTO: President Obama Presents Air Force Academy With Commander-In-Chief Trophy

It was a special day for the Air Force Academy's football team on Monday when President Barack Obama presented the team with Commander-in-Chief trophy. During the 2010 football season, the Air Force Falcons defeated Navy on Oct. 2, 16-7, and sent Army to defeat on Nov. 6, 42-22. This was the first time Air Force took home the trophy in seven years, Navy having captured it all those years. Before that Air Force held the trophy from 1997-2002.

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(All photos are personal screen captures from the webcast)
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President Obama addresses the cadets.

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Fullback Jared Tew presents the President with a football that has the scores of Air Force's victories over the other two service academies.

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The team also presented an official Air Force Falcons jersey to the President. As Obama joked, "Remember, I wore No. 23 long before Michael Jordan did."

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One last team picture with the President.

The seniors will graduate in 37 days and serve with the Air Force all around the world.

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