• U.S. Army Alaska Soldiers celebrated the Army\'s 234th Birthday June 15 with 3.9 mile run around Fort Richardson, Alaska, and a ceremonial cake cutting. In keeping with Army tradition, the ritual featured USARAK's oldest Soldier, Sgt. Maj. Anonthy Zangrilli, command retention sergeant major (left) and its youngest, Pvt. Miguel Urbina. Between them are USARAK Chief of Staff, Col. William P. Miller and USARAK Command Sgt. Maj. David Turnbull. (Photo by Master Sgt. Eric Reinhardt/USARAK Public Affairs)

    Cake cutting

    U.S. Army Alaska Soldiers celebrated the Army\'s 234th Birthday June 15 with 3.9 mile run around Fort Richardson, Alaska, and a ceremonial cake cutting. In keeping with Army tradition, the ritual featured USARAK's oldest Soldier, Sgt. Maj. Anonthy...

  • Soldiers call out cadences on the cool down stretch of the U.S. Army Alaska Army Birthday run June 15 at Fort Richardson, Alaska. (Photo by Master Sgt. Eric Reinhardt/USARAK Public Affairs)

    Cool down

    Soldiers call out cadences on the cool down stretch of the U.S. Army Alaska Army Birthday run June 15 at Fort Richardson, Alaska. (Photo by Master Sgt. Eric Reinhardt/USARAK Public Affairs)

  • U.S. Army Alaska Soldiers pick up a double-time pace at the start of a 3.9 mile run around Fort Richardson to commemorate the Army\'s 234th Birthday. (Photo by Master Sgt. Eric Reinhardt/USARAK Public Affairs)

    USARAK Army Birthday run start

    U.S. Army Alaska Soldiers pick up a double-time pace at the start of a 3.9 mile run around Fort Richardson to commemorate the Army\'s 234th Birthday. (Photo by Master Sgt. Eric Reinhardt/USARAK Public Affairs)

  • U.S. Army Alaska Soldiers slow to a march at the end of a 3.9 mile run around Fort Richardson to commemorate the Army 234th Birthday. The event concluded with a cake cutting ceremony on Pershing Field. (Photo by Master Sgt. Eric Reinhardt/USARAK Public Affairs)

    USARAK Army Birthday run finish

    U.S. Army Alaska Soldiers slow to a march at the end of a 3.9 mile run around Fort Richardson to commemorate the Army 234th Birthday. The event concluded with a cake cutting ceremony on Pershing Field. (Photo by Master Sgt. Eric Reinhardt/USARAK Public...

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