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May 24, 2013

MCAS Yuma H&HS Field Meet

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Marine Corps photograph by Lance Cpl. Uriel Avendano

Marines from Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron, based out of Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Ariz., took part in a squadron-wide field meet in which all the sections competed in various physical training events to strengthen camaraderie and teamwork. A portion of the field meet required the participating Marines to perform 100 ammo can lifts per participating team member. ìThe hardest part was the sand coming out of the ammo can. field-meet2Marine I carried weighs about as much as my leg, said Lance Cpl. Eric Olopai, a H&HS provost marshalís office corrections officer and a native of Hollywood, Fla. So it was really good times.

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Marine Corps photograph by Lance Cpl. Uriel Avendano

Marines from Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron, based out of Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Ariz., took part in a squadron-wide field meet in which all the sections competed in various physical training events to strengthen camaraderie and teamwork. Corporal Jon Kovalsky, a H&HS administrative specialist and a native of Atlanta, Ga., motivates and steadies Cpl. Anthony L. Moore, a Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron installation personnel administration non-commissioned officer and a native of Milwaukee, Wisc., as part of an event that called for teams to perform a maximum number of pull-upís within a time frame of 10 minutes.




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