March 23, 2022
Time Limit Extended for 10K Event in Challenge Series
We have been asked by many if the 10K really needs to be completed within a 60 minute window for the Fly! Fight! Win! Challenge Series. After much thought into the operations and logistics, we have exciting news to share with you! The time limit for the 10K event of the Fly! Fight! Win! Challenge Series has been extended from a 60 minute limit to a 75 minute limit.

The Fly! Fight! Win! Challenges Series consists of three races in two days with the chance to earn a fourth finisher medal! The 5K race starts at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, September 16. The 10K race starts at 6:30 a.m. on Saturday, September 17 followed by the half marathon or marathon at 7:30 a.m.

We strongly encourage Fly! Fight! Win! Challenge Series participants to complete the 10K race within 75 minutes (12:04 pace) in order to start the half marathon or marathon before the start line closes. The half marathon/marathon start line closes promptly at 7:55 a.m. with the first corral starting at 7:30 a.m. Runners who arrive after the half marathon/marathon start line has closed will not be permitted to run their last race to complete the challenge series and there will be no exceptions to this policy. Please note that the start line for the half marathon/marathon is approximately 400 meters from the finish line of the 10K.

Participants will have the regular time limits of 2 hours (5K) and 7 hours (half marathon/marathon) for the first and last race of the challenge series. Learn more & register at
Live Q&A with the Race Director:
March 23 at 1 p.m. ET
Join us via Facebook Live this afternoon at 1:00 p.m. ET as Brandon Hough, Air Force Marathon Race Director, answers your questions and gives you updates on the planning of this 26th annual event. The 2022 race weekend is set for September 15-17th at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio celebrating the 75th anniversary of the United States Air Force!

Post your questions within the Facebook event or in the comments during the Facebook Live Q&A.
Now Available:
Lead & Assistant Lead Volunteer Positions
Lead and Assistant Lead Volunteer positions are now available for the 2022 Air Force Marathon event. These volunteers are experienced Air Force Marathon volunteers who oversee and guide volunteers within a specific volunteer area.

If interested, please email us at [email protected] to inquire more about the various roles available. Registration for all other volunteer positions will open May 1.

Thank you to each and every one of the dedicated volunteers who offer their time leading up to and throughout race weekend and beyond!
Apply Now: Air & Space Challenge
The Air Force Marathon hosts the Air & Space Challenge (formerly known as MAJCOM Challenge) where 10-person teams are selected to represent their respective MAJCOMs and compete against one another.

Each team is made up of three males and one female competing in the marathon and four males and two females competing in the half marathon.

Open to active duty and reserve Air Force and Space Force members. Learn more and apply by April 29 here.
Expo Vendor Registration Now Open

Does your business or organization seek out health and fitness enthusiasts? Look no further and register for a booth space at the Air Force Marathon Health & Fitness Expo set for September 15-16, 2022 at Wright State University Nutter Center! Expo vendors will have the opportunity to promote and sell their products and/or services to thousands of health and fitness enthusiasts. A digital offer or advertisement is also an option if interested. Learn more & register here
11 Spots Left:
MH-53 Pave Low Virtual Race

The 2nd Annual History & Heritage Race Series registration is open with the MH-53 Pave Low as the featured aircraft of the virtual series.

Each participant will receive a finisher medal as well as a commemorative patch and informational card portraying the MH-53 Pave Low. A downloadable bib and finisher certificate will also be made available. Interested in earning one of these made in America medals for yourself? If so, register here today!
The featured aircraft for the upcoming virtual race will be revealed April 1 - stay tuned!
Register by March 31:
Sea, Air, & Space Challenge
Hurry! Registration closes for the virtual Coast Guard Marathon and Sea, Air, & Space Challenge on March 31. Don't miss out on this limited edition 2022 medal!

In honor and celebration of the collaborative efforts of the branches of the U.S. Armed Forces, the 2022 Coast Guard Marathon, Air Force Marathon, and Space Force T-Minus 10-Miler have launched a first-of-its-kind, cross-race challenge for their 2022 events.

Earn this American made Sea, Air, & Space Challenge medal by completing any race distance offered in person, virtually or a combination of the two at each of the three race events.
Important Details

  • For $30, sign up for the Sea, Air, & Space Challenge here.
  • Runners must also separately register for, and participate in, one race of any length at all three participating events: the CGM, AFM, and SF10M.
  • Virtual options are available for all races at all three participating events.
  • Challenge medals will be shipped upon completion of all three of the 2022 events.
Air Force Marathon

Registration for the 26th Annual Air Force Marathon is now open! The 2022 race weekend is set for September 15-17th and will include the following events:

Learn more about the Air Force Marathon race weekend here where we will also be celebrating the 75th Anniversary of the United States Air Force!

Veterans, retired military, active duty, reservists, National Guard, and ROTC of all branches will be offered $10 off the full marathon, half marathon, relay, and Fly! Fight! Win! Challenge Series, or $5 off the 10K or 5K for all in-person events.
Space Force T-Minus 10-Miler
The Inaugural Space Force T-Minus 10-Miler will lift-off on Saturday, December 10th, 2022 at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida. Registration opens Wednesday, May 4th. The featured rocket is the RTV-G-4 Bumper which will be portrayed on the official race shirts, finisher medals, commemorative patches, and more!
Space Force T-Minus 10-Miler course map coming soon - stay tuned!
Blue Streak Time Trial:
April Event Now Sold Out
The first event of the 24th Annual Blue Streak Time Trial set for April 12 is now sold out! Individual registrations for the remaining 2022 Blue Streak Time Trials (May-October) will open the day after the previous month’s event and will be accepted up to a week before the event (pending space available). 

Each race will take place the second Tuesday of each month from April through September, with the newest update having the final race occur on Saturday, October 15. The Blue Streak course follows a ten-mile loop clockwise around the Area A flight line perimeter roads. Blue Streak is open to all ages and skill levels. Learn more at
Join Our Community Page

This Facebook group was created to help anyone that is involved with the Air Force Marathon, Blue Streak Time Trial, Space Force T-Minus 10-Miler, and History & Heritage Race Series. Whether you need some inspiration, training tips, or just want to stay up to date with any news or announcements, this group is just for you!
History & Heritage Race Series | January- December 2022 |
Blue Streak Time Trial | April-October 2022 |
Air Force Marathon | September 15-17th, 2022 |
Space Force T-Minus 10-Miler | December 10th, 2022 |
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