U.S. military service members can stream PyeongChang Olympics

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The Army & Air Force Exchange Service and NBC Olympics will provide streaming coverage of the Winter Games for U.S. service members for the first time.

They can access PyeongChang Olympic coverage on computers and personal devices via NBCOlympics.com and the NBC Sports app by choosing the Exchange as their service provider. A shopmyexchange.com account is required.

The service is for the Navy, Army, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard, including active duty, Guard, Reserve and honorably discharged veterans. Rights restrictions will apply to some outside locations outside the U.S.

A similar partnership between the Army & Air Force Exchange Service and Comcast NBC Universal brought live streaming to U.S. service members for the first time for the Rio Olympics.

NBC Olympics will produce more than 1,800 hours of streaming coverage of the PyeongChang Winter Games from Feb. 7-25.

The full announcement from NBC Sports PR is here.

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