Soldiers Survive Sand Bag Ruck March

By Spc. Adeline WitherspoonFebruary 8, 2018

U.S. Army senior leaders and noncommissioned officers, assigned to I Corps, carry 20 pound sand bags during the Value of Life Ruck March on Joint-Base Lewis-McChord, Wash., Feb. 1. The sand bags were a training tool representing the "weight of life." As the ruck march drew to a close, the Soldiers were able to unload the sand bags with the help of their battle buddies. (U.S. Army photos by Pvt. Adeline Witherspoon)
1 / 1 Show Caption + Hide Caption – U.S. Army senior leaders and noncommissioned officers, assigned to I Corps, carry 20 pound sand bags during the Value of Life Ruck March on Joint-Base Lewis-McChord, Wash., Feb. 1. The sand bags were a training tool representing the "weight of life." As the ruck march drew to a close, the Soldiers were able to unload the sand bags with the help of their battle buddies. (U.S. Army photos by Pvt. Adeline Witherspoon) (Photo Credit: Spc. Adeline Witherspoon) VIEW ORIGINAL