Crossing the Finish Line….The 25th Annual Army-Ten Miler

Maj. Richard Corner and Sgt.1st Class Robert Brooks stretch toward the finish line.

Maj. Richard Corner and Sgt.1st Class Robert Brooks stretch toward the finish line.

The Annual Army 10-Miler Race, held on October 4, 2009 in Washington DC, celebrated its 25th Anniversary with runners from around the world. The ten-mile road race is one of the largest in the world and considered the Army’s premier running event. The course that runs through the National Capital starts and finishes at the Pentagon.

Sgt. 1st Class Baker, No, I ain't hurting!

Sgt. 1st Class Baker, No, I ain't hurting!


With 30,000 registered runners member of the Army Reserve Careers Division and its field force participated in this year’s race. Region 1’s team pictured below placed 7th overall in the Army Reserve Men’s category.

Leave your post to congratulate theVipers or if you have ever participated in the race take a moment to share your pictures and experience here with others that are staying Army Strong by Staying Army Reserve.

Submit your story and photographs with captions to StayAR@StayArmyReserve.com

"VIPERS," Staff Sgt. Shank, Master Sgt. Goguen, Maj. Corner, Sgt.1 Class McGreal, Sgt.1st Class Brooks and Master Sgt. Baker

VIPERS, Staff Sgt. Shank, Master Sgt. Goguen, Maj. Corner, Sgt.1 Class McGreal, Sgt.1st Class Brooks and Master Sgt. Baker

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