2017-12-15 / Sports

Units, community take part in Army-Navy festivities



A post-game picture has Lakeside High School Junior ROTC representatives (affiliated with the Army, and holding the trophy, as victors), left, together with their (Navy) counterparts from Greenbrier High School. With them are Col. Todd Turner, third from left, Fort Gordon garrison commander; and Navy Capt. Patrick Count, between the two teams, Navy Information Operations Command Georgia. 
Photos by Bill Bengtson / Fort Gordon Public Affairs A post-game picture has Lakeside High School Junior ROTC representatives (affiliated with the Army, and holding the trophy, as victors), left, together with their (Navy) counterparts from Greenbrier High School. With them are Col. Todd Turner, third from left, Fort Gordon garrison commander; and Navy Capt. Patrick Count, between the two teams, Navy Information Operations Command Georgia. Photos by Bill Bengtson / Fort Gordon Public Affairs

Soldiers pose with the trophy after beating Fort Gordonbased Sailors 16-0. Soldiers pose with the trophy after beating Fort Gordonbased Sailors 16-0.
A Navy player (in the lighter jersey) applies the brakes, looking to dodge an Army defender during Fort Gordon’s annual Army- Navy flag-football game, held on Child and Youth Services’ multi-sports field. The Army team notched a 16-0 victory Dec. 9 in this year’s contest. A Navy player (in the lighter jersey) applies the brakes, looking to dodge an Army defender during Fort Gordon’s annual Army- Navy flag-football game, held on Child and Youth Services’ multi-sports field. The Army team notched a 16-0 victory Dec. 9 in this year’s contest.
A Navy quarterback unloads under pressure during Fort Gordon’s annual Army-Navy flag football game, held Dec. 9 on Child and Youth Services’ multi-sports field. A Navy quarterback unloads under pressure during Fort Gordon’s annual Army-Navy flag football game, held Dec. 9 on Child and Youth Services’ multi-sports field.

A Navy player (in the lighter-colored jersey) heads out of bounds, not quite hauling in a pass during Fort Gordon’s annual Army-Navy flag-football game, played on Child and Youth Services’ multi-sports field. A Navy player (in the lighter-colored jersey) heads out of bounds, not quite hauling in a pass during Fort Gordon’s annual Army-Navy flag-football game, played on Child and Youth Services’ multi-sports field.

Col. Todd Turner, left, Fort Gordon garrison commander, pauses for a picture and a laugh Dec. 9 with Navy Capt. Patrick Count, Navy Information Operations Command Georgia, leading into the Army-Navy football action at Fort Gordon. Their banner notes that Count has a current West Point cadet in his family: son Ben Count (shown at left on the banner, with his dad). Col. Todd Turner, left, Fort Gordon garrison commander, pauses for a picture and a laugh Dec. 9 with Navy Capt. Patrick Count, Navy Information Operations Command Georgia, leading into the Army-Navy football action at Fort Gordon. Their banner notes that Count has a current West Point cadet in his family: son Ben Count (shown at left on the banner, with his dad).

Navy Capt. Patrick Count, Navy Information Operations Command Georgia, speaks to the Dec. 9 morning gathering on Child and Youth Services’ multi-sports field, leading into the day’s Army- Navy flag-football games. Navy Capt. Patrick Count, Navy Information Operations Command Georgia, speaks to the Dec. 9 morning gathering on Child and Youth Services’ multi-sports field, leading into the day’s Army- Navy flag-football games.

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