• More than 50 runners and walkers of all ages particiapted in the annual Fort A.P. Hill Halloween 5-Kilometer Run and Walk on Oct. 31.

    USAG Fort A.P. Hill hosts Halloween 5K Run and Walk

    More than 50 runners and walkers of all ages particiapted in the annual Fort A.P. Hill Halloween 5-Kilometer Run and Walk on Oct. 31.

  • Lucas Catlett (left) and Judy Collins (right) of USAG Fort A.P. Hill Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation prepare goodie bags for all runners and walkers who finished the annual Halloween 5-Kilometer Run and Walk.

    USAG Fort A.P. Hill hosts Halloween 5K Run and Walk

    Lucas Catlett (left) and Judy Collins (right) of USAG Fort A.P. Hill Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation prepare goodie bags for all runners and walkers who finished the annual Halloween 5-Kilometer Run and Walk.

  • U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Tyler Lewis (right) was the first runner to finish the USAG Fort A.P. Hill 5-Kilometer Run and Walk. His time was 23 minutes. Army Staff Sgt. Doug Brown (left) finished second in 23 minutes 3 seconds.

    USAG Fort A.P. Hill hosts Halloween 5K Run and Walk

    U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Tyler Lewis (right) was the first runner to finish the USAG Fort A.P. Hill 5-Kilometer Run and Walk. His time was 23 minutes. Army Staff Sgt. Doug Brown (left) finished second in 23 minutes 3 seconds.

  • USAG Fort A.P. Hill Civilian employee Jenn Arndt was the first female finisher at the post's annual Halloween 5-kilometer Run and Walk on Oct. 31. Her time was 25 minutes 37 seconds.

    USAG Fort A.P. Hill hosts Halloween 5K Run and Walk

    USAG Fort A.P. Hill Civilian employee Jenn Arndt was the first female finisher at the post's annual Halloween 5-kilometer Run and Walk on Oct. 31. Her time was 25 minutes 37 seconds.

  • More than 50 runners and walkers of all ages participated in the annual Halloween 5-kilometer Run and Walk on Oct. 31 including two-year old Addison Kennedy (left) and her dad, Fort A.P. Hill firefighter Roger (right).

    USAG Fort A.P. Hill hosts Halloween 5K Run and Walk

    More than 50 runners and walkers of all ages participated in the annual Halloween 5-kilometer Run and Walk on Oct. 31 including two-year old Addison Kennedy (left) and her dad, Fort A.P. Hill firefighter Roger (right).

  • More than 50 runners and walkers of all ages participated in the annual Halloween 5-kilometer Run and Walk on Oct. 31. Two-year old Jackson Maggert, the son of Sgt. 1st Class Kyle Maggert, had the best seat of all atop his dad's shoulders.

    USAG Fort A.P. Hill hosts Halloween 5K Run and Walk

    More than 50 runners and walkers of all ages participated in the annual Halloween 5-kilometer Run and Walk on Oct. 31. Two-year old Jackson Maggert, the son of Sgt. 1st Class Kyle Maggert, had the best seat of all atop his dad's shoulders.

More than 50 runners and walkers of all ages participated in the annual Fort A.P. Hill Halloween 5-Kilometer Run and Walk on Oct. 31.

The event attracted Soldiers, Families, Civilians and friends on a cool Autumn morning.

The first male finisher was Staff Sgt. Tyler Lewis at 23 minutes. The first female finisher was A.P. Hill Civilian employee Jenn Arndt at 25 minutes 37 seconds.

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