• The 200th Military Police Command's force development officer, Lt. Col. Kevin Acosta, powers his way through the start line at the Army Ten-Miler with running number 12522. The 200th MPs took third place in the Army Reserve category.

    Army Ten-Miler

    The 200th Military Police Command's force development officer, Lt. Col. Kevin Acosta, powers his way through the start line at the Army Ten-Miler with running number 12522. The 200th MPs took third place in the Army Reserve category.

  • The Army 10-Miler men's team from Fort Bliss, Texas, holds their trophy aloft after accepting the first place award for the men's category from Maj. Gen. Richard Rowe Sunday in Arlington, Va. The Fort Bliss Women's Team took third place in the women's category.

    Army Ten-Miler Winners

    The Army 10-Miler men's team from Fort Bliss, Texas, holds their trophy aloft after accepting the first place award for the men's category from Maj. Gen. Richard Rowe Sunday in Arlington, Va. The Fort Bliss Women's Team took third place in the women's...

  • More than 26,000 runners from 40 countries participated in the 24th annual Army Ten-Miler held in Washington, D.C. Oct. Participants received coins in recognition of their accomplishment.

    Army Ten-Miler

    More than 26,000 runners from 40 countries participated in the 24th annual Army Ten-Miler held in Washington, D.C. Oct. Participants received coins in recognition of their accomplishment.

  • Runners pass by thousands of empty water bottles during the annual Army Ten-Miler held in Washington, D.C. Oct. 5. More than 26,000 runners from 40 countries participated.

    Army Ten-Miler

    Runners pass by thousands of empty water bottles during the annual Army Ten-Miler held in Washington, D.C. Oct. 5. More than 26,000 runners from 40 countries participated.

  • More than 26,000 runners from 40 countries participated in the Army Ten-Miler in Washington D.C. on Oct. 5. The run began at the Pentagon, looped into the district and back to the Pentagon.

    Finish Line

    More than 26,000 runners from 40 countries participated in the Army Ten-Miler in Washington D.C. on Oct. 5. The run began at the Pentagon, looped into the district and back to the Pentagon.

  • Some of the 26,000 participants were wounded warriors and amputees who ran the Army Ten-Miler in Washington, D.C. on Oct. 5.

    Army 10-Miler

    Some of the 26,000 participants were wounded warriors and amputees who ran the Army Ten-Miler in Washington, D.C. on Oct. 5.

  • Runners return electronic chips which recorded their time at the Army Ten-Miler held in Washington, D.C. Oct. 5. More than 26,000 runners from 40 countries participated in the run.

    Army Ten-Miler

    Runners return electronic chips which recorded their time at the Army Ten-Miler held in Washington, D.C. Oct. 5. More than 26,000 runners from 40 countries participated in the run.

  • More than 26,000 runners from 40 countries participated in the 24th annual Army Ten-Miler held in Washington, D.C. Oct. 5. The race started at the Pentagon, wound through the district and ended at the Pentagon.

    Throngs of Runners

    More than 26,000 runners from 40 countries participated in the 24th annual Army Ten-Miler held in Washington, D.C. Oct. 5. The race started at the Pentagon, wound through the district and ended at the Pentagon.

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