Veterans

November 30, 2012

In honor of Veterans Day, airmen run with students


Air Force photograph by Joe Juarez
Second Lt. Francisco Lugo and 1st Lt. Berkley Davis run with students from Jefferson Elementary Schoolís Running Club, Nov. 9. The students in the club run, skip, hop or walk for 20 minutes every day and earn points which can be used for prizes and other incentives.


Air Force photograph by Joe Juarez
Approximately a half dozen Airmen join more than 200 students from Jefferson Elementary in Redondo Beach on their daily Running Club run, Nov. 9. Sponsored by the schoolís PTA and funded by the Beach Cities Health District, the club promotes daily exercise.




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