Soldiers from the Army Reserve Career Command (ARCD) participated in the Army Ten-miler, along with their Commander Col. Gary Bullard and their Command Sgt. Major, Command Sgt. Major Connie F. Commenia. With thirteen Battalions and over 1600 under their command, the Army Reserve Careers Division mission to maintain the strength of the Army Reserve.
The Army Ten-Miler is an annual army tradition held at the Pentagon, in Washington DC, is the largest 10 Mile Race in America. This year’s race had almost 30,000 participates.
Held each October, the annual race promotes the Army, build esprit de corps, support fitness goals, and enhance community relations.
Highlights of the race weekend events included:
- Team Competition, with over 700 teams vie for team titles to include the Commander’s Cup and the International Cup.
- A Health and Fitness Expo, with running clinics and exhibitors.
- A corporate sponsored pasta dinner , normally attended by over 1200 civilians and soldiers, the Commanding General of the Military District of Washington and the Sergeants Major of the Army, Reserve, and Guard
- A post race party, with bands and entertainment.
- A HOOAH Tent Zone, featuring tents displaying ‘Hooah Spirit’ are put up in the ‘Avenue of the Army’ located at the South Pentagon parking lot.
- In addition, a youth run and youth activity zone, where families can have fun on race day with mascots, inflatables, and more.
Some photos ARCD participation is below, however, if you will would like to add your photos, especially of you crossing the finish line, send it to us at StayAR@StayArmyReserve.com