Air Force falcon injured in prank before game against Army
It's a long-standing tradition between Air Force and Army to try to steal each other's mascots before the big football game between the service academies. But West Point had never successfully taken an Air Force falcon, until this year. When two cadets returned the birds on Saturday, one of the bird’s wings was injured and bloodied. Army officials apologized and promised an investigation.
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