Soldiers, family compete in 25 ID EO run/walk

By Spc. Jesus J. Aranda, 25th Infantry Division Public Affairs OfficeMay 18, 2010

Carlos Badillo (left) and Staff Sgt. Evelyn Badillo, take their son, Carlos Badillo Jr. and their dogs Borzo and Daisy,a family competing in the 25th Infantry Division Equal Opportunity Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Run and Keiki Walk at Wheeler Army Airfield, May 15, walk at a moderate pace as the competition begins. The run celebrated the achievements of Asian-American and Pacific Islander citizens throughout the Nation's history and welcomed Soldiers and family to compete against one another for prizes. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Jesus J. Aranda, 25th Infantry Division Public Affairs Office)
1 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Carlos Badillo (left) and Staff Sgt. Evelyn Badillo, take their son, Carlos Badillo Jr. and their dogs Borzo and Daisy,a family competing in the 25th Infantry Division Equal Opportunity Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Run and Keiki Walk at Wheeler Army Airfield, May 15, walk at a moderate pace as the competition begins. The run celebrated the achievements of Asian-American and Pacific Islander citizens throughout the Nation's history and welcomed Soldiers and family to compete against one another for prizes. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Jesus J. Aranda, 25th Infantry Division Public Affairs Office) (Photo Credit: Spc. Jesus J. Aranda, 25th Infantry Division Public Affairs Office) VIEW ORIGINAL
Runners competing in the 25th Infantry Division Equal Opportunity Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Run and Keiki Walk at Wheeler Army Airfield, May 15, sprint forward as the competition begins. The run celebrated the achievements of Asian-American and Pacific Islander citizens throughout the Nation's history and welcomed Soldiers and family to compete against one another for prizes. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Jesus J. Aranda, 25th Infantry Division Public Affairs Office)
2 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Runners competing in the 25th Infantry Division Equal Opportunity Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Run and Keiki Walk at Wheeler Army Airfield, May 15, sprint forward as the competition begins. The run celebrated the achievements of Asian-American and Pacific Islander citizens throughout the Nation's history and welcomed Soldiers and family to compete against one another for prizes. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Jesus J. Aranda, 25th Infantry Division Public Affairs Office) (Photo Credit: Spc. Jesus J. Aranda, 25th Infantry Division Public Affairs Office) VIEW ORIGINAL
Spc. Robert Edwards, an Army medical specialist with Tripler Army Medical Center's Company C., Troop Command, assists his son, Elijah Edwards, a Wheeler Elementary School student, with his pre-competition readiness prior to the 25th Infantry Division Equal Opportunity Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Run and Keiki Walk at Wheeler Army Airfield, May 15. Edwards joined his two sons during the walk in an effort to pay their respects for the accomplishments of Asian-American and Pacific Islander citizens throughout the Nation's history. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Jesus J. Aranda, 25th Infantry Division Public Affairs Office)
3 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Spc. Robert Edwards, an Army medical specialist with Tripler Army Medical Center's Company C., Troop Command, assists his son, Elijah Edwards, a Wheeler Elementary School student, with his pre-competition readiness prior to the 25th Infantry Division Equal Opportunity Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Run and Keiki Walk at Wheeler Army Airfield, May 15. Edwards joined his two sons during the walk in an effort to pay their respects for the accomplishments of Asian-American and Pacific Islander citizens throughout the Nation's history. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Jesus J. Aranda, 25th Infantry Division Public Affairs Office) (Photo Credit: Spc. Jesus J. Aranda, 25th Infantry Division Public Affairs Office) VIEW ORIGINAL
Karen Davenport (left), signs up for the 25th Infantry Division Equal Opportunity Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Run at Wheeler Army Airfield, May 15. The run, organized by the division's EO office, celebrated the achievements of Asian-American and Pacific Islander citizens throughout the Nation's history and welcomed Soldiers and family to compete against one another for prizes. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Jesus J. Aranda, 25th Infantry Division Public Affairs Office)
4 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Karen Davenport (left), signs up for the 25th Infantry Division Equal Opportunity Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Run at Wheeler Army Airfield, May 15. The run, organized by the division's EO office, celebrated the achievements of Asian-American and Pacific Islander citizens throughout the Nation's history and welcomed Soldiers and family to compete against one another for prizes. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Jesus J. Aranda, 25th Infantry Division Public Affairs Office) (Photo Credit: Spc. Jesus J. Aranda, 25th Infantry Division Public Affairs Office) VIEW ORIGINAL