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Armed Forces Bowl

      Stadium: Amon Carter Stadium
      Capacity: 46,000 
      Surface: grass 
      Location: Fort Worth, Texas 
      First game: Dec. 23, 2003 
      Playing sites: 
          Amon Carter Stadium (2003-2009, 2012-) 
          Gerald J. Ford Stadium, University Park TX (2010-2011)
      Corporate title sponsors: 
          Lockheed Martin (since 2014)
          Bell Helecopter (2006-2013)
      Payout: $1.2 million
	  Originally known as the Fort Worth Bowl (2003-2005)
	  
Dec. 23, 2016 - Louisiana Tech 48, Navy 45
                MVP: Trent Taylor, Louisiana Tech
                     and Zach Abey, Navy	  
	  
Dec. 29, 2015 - California 55, Air Force 36
                MVP: Jared Goff, California
                     and Karson Roberts, Air Force
             
Jan.  2, 2015 - Houston 35, Pittsburgh 34
                MVP: Kenneth Farrow, Houston
                     and Chad Voytik, Pittsburgh
                
Dec. 30, 2013 - Navy 24, Middle Tennessee 6
                MVP: Keenan Reynolds, Navy
                     and T.T. Barber, Middle Tennessee

Dec. 29, 2012 - Rice 33, Air Force 14
                MVP: Jordan Taylor, Rice
                     and Austin Niklas, Air Force
                
Dec. 30, 2011 - Brigham Young 24, Tulsa 21
                MVP: Cody Hoffman, BYU
                     and Dexter McCoil, Tulsa
                
Dec. 31, 2010 - Army 16, Southern Methodist 14
                MVP: Stephen Anderson, Army
                     and Darius Johnson, SMU
                
Dec. 31, 2009 - Air Force 47, Houston 20
                MVP: Asher Clark, Air Force
                     and Tyron Carrier, Houston
                     
Dec. 31, 2008 - Houston 34, Air Force 28
                MVP: Bryce Beall, Houston
                     and Jared Tew, Air Force

Dec. 31, 2007 - California 42, Air Force 36
                MVP: Kevin Riley, California
                
Dec. 23, 2006 - Utah 25, Tulsa 13
                MVP: Louie Sakoda, Utah 
                     and Paul Smith, Tulsa

Dec. 23, 2005 - Kansas 42, Houston 13
                MVP: Jason Swanson, Kansas 
                     and Kevin Kolb, Houston

Dec. 23, 2004 - Cincinnati 32, Marshall 14
                MVP: Gino Guidugli, Cincinnati 
                     and Josh Davis, Marshall

Dec. 23, 2003 - Boise State 34, Texas Christian 31
                MVP: Ryan Dinwiddie, Boise State 
                     and Brandon Hassell, TCU
                    



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