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Students attending the Comprehensive Soldier and Airman Fitness Course take turns pushing Chris Engstrom, a captain with My Team Triumph, in a wheelchair designed to help runners push people with physical disabilities during the course Aug. 15 at Fort McCoy, Wis. The Comprehensive Soldier and Airman Fitness Course is designed to help Soldiers and Airmen identify and change lifestyle health behaviors. Students are taught about different aspects that can affect their health, and each course has experts and counselors in many different areas to help students make progress and improve different areas of health in their life. Wisconsin National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Katie Eggers

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15/08/2019
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