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Marines from Headquarters Battery, 10th Marine Regiment,

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Marines from Headquarters Battery, 10th Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division, cross an obstacle during the Engineer’s Challenge Obstacle Course May 2. The event was part of the first 10th Marines’ Kings’ Games, a regiment-wide competition to build camaraderie throughout 10th Marines. The course was constructed by engineers from the regiment days before the competition to challenge competitors physically and mentally.

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02/05/2012
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