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CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. (Feb. 25, 2018) Air Force Capt. Brandon Mueller (left), from Greenleaf, Wisc., is awarded a silver medal and Army 2nd Lt. Michael Hooker (right), from Nashville, Tenn., is awarded a gold medal in the 77 kg Greco-Roman weight class at the 2018 Armed Forces Wrestling Championship. Mueller is a member of the Armed Forces Sports program’s All-Air Force wrestling team. AFS All-Service teams provide servicemembers opportunities to participate in national and international competitions including the Military World Games and the Olympics. Servicemembers can advance to the All-Service level sports by competing in unit level intramurals through their branch’s sports and fitness program. (U.S. Navy photo by Lt. Joe Painter)

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25/02/2018
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