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October 25, 2013

Costumes make this a true: Fun Run

Luke Air Force Base Thunderbolts participated in the Ghostly Ghoul 5k Fun Run Oct. 11 at Luke Air Force Base. Airmen were encouraged to don their Halloween best during the run. Prizes were given for both the fastest runners and the best costumes. The Turkey Trot 5k fun run is Nov. 22.
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Photos by Senior Airman David Owsianka
Luke Air Force Base Airmen reach the turnaround point of the Ghostly Ghoul 5k.
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Staff Sgt. Hector Cardona, 56th Aerospace Medicine Squadron public health assessment cell NCO-in-charge, “leads” a group of runners to the finish line during the fun run.
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Staff Sgt. Scott Foltz, 607th Air Control Squadron radio frequency craftsman, charges to the finish line during the run.
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Senior Airman Michael Dang, 607th Air Control Squadron Communications Focal Point technician, dressed as “Waldo,” takes part in the fun run on Super Sabre Street.




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