Air Force hasn't beaten Army or Navy at home since 2003, but the Falcons feel they have a chance on Saturday.
At 6-3, Air Force is the favorite though coach Troy Calhoun doesn't see it that way.
When it comes to play between military academies -- each doesn't have a problem getting juiced up for the game.
Army (3-5) hasn't had a winning season since 1996. But Army fullback Mike Viti says the Cadets 27-24 win at Air Force in 2005 is the biggest of his career.
Air Force had a measure of revenge last year with a 43-7 win at West Point, N.Y.
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