USAA and the Denver Broncos continue to be leaders in saluting the military.

ENGLEWOOD, Colorado. On Wednesday, 30 members of the 21st Space Wing based out of Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado Springs toured the Denver Broncos facility. During their visit of the UCHealth facility, they were allowed to hold and take pictures with the Super Bowl trophies.

The Broncos Women’s Organization hosted lunch for the Airmen, followed by Holly Joseph speaking to them in an appreciation speech. Afterwards, they had a private viewing of practice and a meet and greet autograph session with the players and coaches.


USAA is the Official Military Appreciation Sponsor of the Denver Broncos.

(photo courtesy USAA) , Jamal Carter


Denver Broncos, US Air Force
(photo courtesy of USAA), Go Broncos!


Aqib Talib, Air Force
(photo courtesy USAA), Aqib Talib, Chris Harris, Jr and others sign autographs


USAA, Denver Broncos, Super Bowl trophies
(photo courtesy, USAA), thats a lot of firepower!


Riley Dixon, Brandon McManus, Darian Stewart, Aqib Talib, TJ Ward meet Air Force
(photo courtesy, USAA), Riley Dixon, Brandon McManus, Darian Stewart, Aqib Talib, TJ Ward


Aqib Talib and Brandon Marshall meet Air Force
(photo courtesy, USAA), Aqib Talib and Brandon Marshall


Holly Joseph, wife of Vance Joseph meets Air Force
(photo courtesy, USAA), Holly Joseph
John Elway meets members of the Air Forcd

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