• WASHINGTON, D.C. - U.S. Army North 10-miler team runners Staff Sgt. Alberto Cadiz, office of the deputy commanding general; Sgt. 1st Class Robert Rose, communications operations noncommissioned officer; Lt. Col. William Rose, G3 operations; Lt. Col Thomas Lavender, emergency preparedness liaison officer, Region III; Maj. Bryan Juntunen, G3 operations; Maj. Rene Rodriguez, Headquarters Support Company commander; Sgt. 1st Class Michael Knott, G3 operations; John Sherman, civil support training activity; line up in front of the Army North display at the Fort Sam Houston, Texas, 'Hoah tent.' Fort Sam Houston tenant units had displays inside the tent, including U.S. Army North, U.S. Army South, Brook Army Medical Center and the garrison command. The ARNORTH team ran the Army 10-Miler as they competed against other military units for the commander's cup. Army North runners did well, finishing in the top 22 percent of total runners.

    ARNORTH runners.

    WASHINGTON, D.C. - U.S. Army North 10-miler team runners Staff Sgt. Alberto Cadiz, office of the deputy commanding general; Sgt. 1st Class Robert Rose, communications operations noncommissioned officer; Lt. Col. William Rose, G3 operations; Lt. Col...

  • WASHINGTON, D.C. - Soldiers and Civilians from the U.S. Army North's Army 10-miler team, in blue t-shirts, begin their long trek weaving in and around an estimated 35,000 participants during the Army's annual 10-mile run in the nation's Capital Oct. 24. The San Antonio-based team competed against other military units from around the world for the commander's cup. Army North runners did well, finishing in the top 22 percent of total runners.

    Starting.

    WASHINGTON, D.C. - Soldiers and Civilians from the U.S. Army North's Army 10-miler team, in blue t-shirts, begin their long trek weaving in and around an estimated 35,000 participants during the Army's annual 10-mile run in the nation's Capital Oct...

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