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Marine STAFF Sergeant Greg Gibson displays the medals he has won in various national and international wrestling competitions

Members of the 28th Munitions Maintenance Squadron bolt a BDU-38 practice bomb to the weapons release system in a B-1B aircraft during Phase II of exercise Proud Shield '88, in which KC-135 Stratotanker aircraft and B-1B crews hold navigation, bombing and refueling competitions

An interior view of the cockpit of a KC-135 Stratotanker aircraft before takeoff during Phase II of exercise Proud Shield '88, in which KC-135 and B-1B bomber crews conduct navigation, bombing and refueling competitions

SGT. Lee E. DuBry of the 28th Munitions Maintenance Squadron checks connectors with a probe before a practice bomb is loaded into a B-1B aircraft. The bomber is participating in Phase II of exercise Proud Shield '88, in which KC-135 Stratotanker aircraft and B-1B crews conduct navigation, bombing and refueling competitions

SGT. Lee E. DuBry of the 28th Munitions Maintenance Squadron makes final checks of a rotary weapons delivery system in the weapons bay of a B-1B aircraft. Its BDU-38 practice bombs will be used in Phase II of exercise Proud Shield '88, in which KC-135 Stratotanker aircraft and B-1B crews hold navigation, bombing and refueling competitions

An interior view of the bombing-navigation console of a B-18 bomber aircraft as the crew prepares to depart for Phase II of exercise Proud Shield '88, in which KC-135 Stratotanker aircraft and B-1B crews conduct navigation, bombing and refueling competitions

An interior view of the cockpit of a B-1B bomber aircraft as the crew prepares to depart for Phase II of exercise Proud Shield '88, in which KC-135 and B-1B bomber crews conduct navigation, bombing and refueling competitions

An interior view of the cockpit of a B-1B bomber aircraft as the crew prepares to depart for Phase II of exercise Proud Shield '88, in which KC-135 and B-1B bomber crews conduct navigation, bombing and refueling competitions

One of the seven participating C-5 aircraft arrives at Rodeo 94 at McChord AFB, Wash. During the week of air mobility competitions, international and domestic teams will compete in, or observe the events

AMC Commander, GEN. Ronald Fogelman, speaks at RODEO 94. He emphasized the importance that these competitions have in this era of change

AMC Commander, GEN. Ronald Fogelman, speaks at RODEO 94. He emphasized the importance that these competitions have in this era of change. Also in attendance was Dr. Sheila Widnall, Secretary of the Air Force

A U.S. Air Force member conducts a joint inspection during the competitions at RODEO 94 at McChord AFB, Washington

A container delivery system drifts toward the target in competitions during RODEO 94 at Moses Lake, Washington

A close-up view of AIRMAN 1ST Class Deena L. Wigger as she takes aim on her air rifle. She holds a bronze and a silver medal from the 1986 and 1990 world championships. She earned a gold medal in the 1995 Pan American games, and in 1989 earned the women's air rifle world record. She is an Olympic-caliber athlete in standard rifle and air rifle competitions. PHOTO published in AIRMAN Magazine, June 1996. Exact Date Shot Unknown

These are some of the basic tools used by Rodeo 98 Umpires as they judge the various flight line competitions during the US Air Force (USAF) Air Mobility Command (AMC) sponsored Rodeo 98 airlift competition at McChord Air Force Base (AFB), Washington (WA)

Left side profile of Olympic volunteer Brendon Baker, 55, of Sydney, Australia, as he lies on the ground and takes a nap in between shooting competitions during the 2000 Olympic games in Sydney, on September 17th, 2000

US Marine Sergeant Marcel Cooper, Headquarters and Service Battallion Marine Corps, Quantico, Virginia, wears the gold medal he won in the 58Kg Greco-Roman competition of the 19th World Military Wrestling Championship. SGT Cooper won the match with a pin. The Conseil International du Sport Militaire 19th World Military Wrestling Championship (CISM) is a multi-national wrestling tournament hosted by Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune from Oct. 25-29. Competing nations include: Brazil, China, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, the United States and Vietnam. Wrestlers will be competing in two different competitions, Free-Style and Greco-Roman

US Marine Sergeant Marcel Cooper, Headquarters and Service Battalion, Legal Services, Quantico, Virginia, during the 58Kg Greco-Roman competition of the 19th World Military Wrestling Championship on October 26th, 2000. SGT Cooper won the match with a pin and won gold. The Conseil International du Sport Militaire 19th World Military Wrestling Championship (CISM) is a multi-national wrestling tournament hosted by Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune from Oct. 25-29. Competing nations include: Brazil, China, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, the United States and Vietnam. Wrestlers will be competing in two different competitions, Free-Style and Greco-Roman

US Marine Sergeant Marcel Cooper, sitting, and Lance Corporal Jacob Clark, both from Headquarters and Service Battallion, Marine Corps Base, Quantico, Virginia, await their first-round matches at the 19th World Military Wrestling Championships on October 25th, 2000, at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. The Conseil International du Sport Militaire 19th World Military Wrestling Championship (CISM) is a multi-national wrestling tournament hosted by Lejeune, from Oct. 25-29. Competing nations include: Brazil, China, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, the United States, and Vietnam. Wrestlers will be competing in two different competitions; Free-Style and Greco-Roman

US Marine Corps Sergeant Duaine Martin, Headquarters and Service Battallion Marine Corps, Quantico, Virginia, stretches before a match during the Greco-Roman 19th World Military Wrestling Championship at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. The Conseil International du Sport Militaire 19th World Military Wrestling Championship (CISM) is a multi-national wrestling tournament hosted by Camp Lejeune. Competing nations include: Brazil, China, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, the United States and Vietnam. Wrestlers will be competing in two different competitions, Free-Style and Greco-Roman. Founded on Feb. 18, 1948, CISM is one of the largest multi-disciplinary ...

US Marine Corps Sergeant Duaine Martin, Headquarters and Service Battallion Marine Corps, Quantico, Virginia, mentally prepares before a match during the Greco-Roman 19th World Military Wrestling Championship at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. The Conseil International du Sport Militaire 19th World Military Wrestling Championship (CISM) is a multi-national wrestling tournament hosted by Camp Lejeune. Competing nations include: Brazil, China, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, the United States and Vietnam. Wrestlers will be competing in two different competitions, Free-Style and Greco-Roman. Founded on Feb. 18, 1948, CISM is one of the largest ...

US Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Jeff Cervone, 21st Services Squadron, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, mentally prepares before a match during the Greco-Roman 19th World Military Wrestling Championship at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. The Conseil International du Sport Militaire 19th World Military Wrestling Championship (CISM) is a multi-national wrestling tournament hosted by Camp Lejeune. Competing nations include: Brazil, China, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, the United States and Vietnam. Wrestlers will be competing in two different competitions, Free-Style and Greco-Roman. Founded on Feb. 18, 1948, CISM is one of the largest multi-disciplinary ...

US Marine Captain Daniel Hicks (Top), Headquarters and Service Battalion, Marine Corps Base, Quantico, Virginia, applies pressure to Suyalatu, of China, during his 2-1 win at the19th World Wrestling Championships held at Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Base, North Carolina, on October 26th, 2000. The Conseil International du Sport Militaire 19th World Military Wrestling Championship (CISM) is a multi-national wrestling tournament hosted by Lejeune, from Oct. 25-29. Competing nations include: Brazil, China, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, the United States, and Vietnam. Wrestlers will be competing in two different competitions, Free-Style and Greco-Roman

US Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Corey Farkas, 10th Civil Engineering Squadron, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, stretches before his match at the 19th World Military Wrestling Championships held at Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Base, North Carolina, on October 26th, 2000. The Conseil International du Sport Militaire 19th World Military Wrestling Championship (CISM) is a multi-national wrestling tournament hosted by Lejeune, from Oct. 25-29. Competing nations include: Brazil, China, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, the United States and Vietnam. Wrestlers will be competing in two different competitions, Free-Style and Greco-Roman

US Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Corey Farkas, 10th Civil Engineering Squadron, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, stands at the podium after receiving the Silver Medal for the 130-Kg weight division at the 19th World Wrestling Championships held at Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Base, North Carolina, on October 26th, 2000. The Conseil International du Sport Militaire 19th World Military Wrestling Championship (CISM) is a multi-national wrestling tournament hosted by Lejeune, from Oct. 25-29. Competing nations include: Brazil, China, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, the United States, and Vietnam. Wrestlers will be competing in two different competitions, Free-Style and Greco-Roman

US Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Corey Farkas, 10th Civil Engineering Squadron, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, stretches before his match at the 19th World Military Wrestling Championships held at Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Base, North Carolina, on October 26th, 2000. The Conseil International du Sport Militaire 19th World Military Wrestling Championship (CISM) is a multi-national wrestling tournament hosted by Lejeune, from Oct. 25-29. Competing nations include: Brazil, China, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, the United States and Vietnam. Wrestlers will be competing in two different competitions, Free-Style and Greco-Roman

US Marine Sergeant Duaine Martin, Headquarters and Service Battallion, Marine Corps, Quantico, Virginia, pins Cerpiz Papagan from Turkey, in the gold medal round, 58Kg Greco-Roman competition of the 19th World Military Wrestling Championship on October 26th, 2000. The Conseil International du Sport Militaire 19th World Military Wrestling Championship (CISM) is a multi-national wrestling tournament hosted by Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C., from Oct. 25-29. Competing nations include: Brazil, China, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, the United States and Vietnam. Wrestlers will be competing in two different competitions, Free-Style and Greco-Roman

Xiaosheng Fang, from China, turns his opponent Anthanasios Kydros, from Greece, for points during the 85-Kg Free-Style 19th World Military Wrestling Championship. Fang won the match 5-1. The Conseil International du Sport Militaire 19th World Military Wrestling Championship (CISM) is a multi-national wrestling tournament hosted by Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. Competing nations include: Brazil, China, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, the United States and Vietnam. Wrestlers will be competing in two different competitions, Free-Style and Greco-Roman. Founded on Feb. 18, 1948, CISM is one of the largest multi-disciplinary organizations in the world. With a motto of ...

Isa Kale, from Turkey, holds on to the leg of US Marine Corps Sergeant Brian VanHoven, Headquarters and Service Battallion Marine Corps, Quantico, Virginia, during the 69-Kg Free-Style 19th World Military Wrestling Championship. Kale won the match with a technical fall, 10-0 (4:11). The Conseil International du Sport Militaire 19th World Military Wrestling Championship (CISM) is a multi-national wrestling tournament hosted by Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. Competing nations include: Brazil, China, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, the United States and Vietnam. Wrestlers will be competing in two different competitions, Free-Style and Greco-Roman. Founded on Feb. 18, ...

US Army SPECIALIST, Fourth Class Eric Albarracin, from Fort Carson, Colorado, tries to turn his opponent HanChao, during the 54-Kg Free-Style 19th World Military Wrestling Championship. SPC Albarracin won the match in overtime, 2-1. The Conseil International du Sport Militaire 19th World Military Wrestling Championship (CISM) is a multi-national wrestling tournament hosted by Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. Competing nations include: Brazil, China, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, the United States and Vietnam. Wrestlers will be competing in two different competitions, Free-Style and Greco-Roman. Founded on Feb. 18, 1948, CISM is one of the largest multi-disciplinary ...

Marine Military Policeman, Frank Workman, from New River Air Station, North Carolina, tries to take down Aydin Polatci, from Turkey, during the 130-Kg Free-Style 19th World Military Wrestling Championship. Polatci won the match with a technical fall, 12-1 (2:58). The Conseil International du Sport Militaire 19th World Military Wrestling Championship (CISM) is a multi-national wrestling tournament hosted by Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. Competing nations include: Brazil, China, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, the United States and Vietnam. Wrestlers will be competing in two different competitions, Free-Style and Greco-Roman. Founded on Feb. 18, 1948, CISM is one of the...

US Marine Corps Corporal Joey Clark, Headquarters and Service Battallion Marine Corps, Quantico, Virginia, looks for an opening against his opponent Salamao Rodrigues, from Brazil, during the 76-Kg Free-Style 19th World Military Wrestling Championship. CPL Clark won the match with a technical fall, 10-0. The Conseil International du Sport Militaire 19th World Military Wrestling Championship (CISM) is a multi-national wrestling tournament hosted by Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. Competing nations include: Brazil, China, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, the United States and Vietnam. Wrestlers will be competing in two different competitions, Free-Style and Greco-Roman...

US Marine Corps Corporal Ken Owens, Headquarters and Service Battalion, Marine Corps Base, Quantico, Virginia, attempts to score against Nuri Zengin, from Turkey, at the 19th World Military Wrestling Championships held at Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Base, North Carolina. The Conseil International du Sport Militaire 19th World Military Wrestling Championship (CISM) is a multi-national wrestling tournament hosted by Camp Lejeune from Oct. 25-29. Competing nations include: Brazil, China, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, the United States, and Vietnam. The wrestlers will be competing in two different competitions; Free-Style and Greco-Roman. Founded on Feb. 18, 1948, CISM is...

US Army SPECIALIST, Fourth Class Jeff Beddard, from Fort Carson, Colorado, works on his opponent Vladimir Chamula, from Slovakia, during the 63Kg Free-Style 19th World Military Wrestling Championship. SPC Beddard won the match 4-1. The Conseil International du Sport Militaire 19th World Military Wrestling Championship (CISM) is a multi-national wrestling tournament hosted by Marine Corps base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. Competing nations include: Brazil, China, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, United States and Vietnam. The wrestlers will be competing in two different competitions, Free-Style and Greco-Roman. Founded on Feb. 18, 1948, CISM is one of the largest ...

Isa Kale, from Turkey, takes down George Moustopoulos, from Greece, during the 69Kg Free-Style 19th World Military Wrestling Championship. Kale won the match 8-0. The Conseil International du Sport Militaire 19th World Military Wrestling Championship (CISM) is a multi-national wrestling tournament hosted by Marine Corps base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. Competing nations include: Brazil, China, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, United States and Vietnam. The wrestlers will be competing in two different competitions, Free-Style and Greco-Roman. Founded on Feb. 18, 1948, CISM is one of the largest multi-disciplinary organizations in the world. With a motto of "Friendship...

US Army SPECIALIST Jason Kutz, Fort Carson, Colorado (Right), tries to take down Junyong Liu, from China, during the finals of the 58-Kg Free-Style, 19th World Military Wrestling Championship, on October 29th, 2000. Liu won the match 6-3 taking home the Gold. SPC Kutz took Silver. The Conseil International du Sport Militaire 19th World Military Wrestling Championship (CISM) is a multi-national wrestling tournament hosted by Lejeune, from Oct. 25-29. Competing nations include: Brazil, China, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, the United States and Vietnam. Wrestlers will be competing in two different competitions, Free-Style and Greco-Roman

US Army SPECIALIST Jason Kutz, Fort Carson, Colorado, wears the Silver Medal after losing to Junyong Liu, from China, during the finals of the 58Kg Free-Style, 19th World Military Wrestling Championship, on October 29th, 2000. Liu won the match 6-3 taking home the Gold. The Conseil International du Sport Militaire 19th World Military Wrestling Championship (CISM) is a multi-national wrestling tournament hosted by Marine Corps base Camp Lejeune, N.C., 25-29 Oct. 00. Competing nations include: Brazil, China, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, United States and Vietnam. The wrestlers will be competing in two different competitions, Free-Style and Greco-Roman

US Army SPECIALIST Jeff Beddard, Fort Carson, Colorado, wears the Gold Medal after beating Surigalatu (Not shown), from China, during the finals of the 63Kg Free-Style, 19th World Military Wrestling Championship, on October 29th, 2000. SPC Beddard won the match 9-1 taking home the Gold. Surigalatu took Silver. The Conseil International du Sport Militaire 19th World Military Wrestling Championship (CISM) is a multi-national wrestling tournament hosted by Marine Corps base Camp Lejeune, N.C., 25-29 Oct. 00. Competing nations include: Brazil, China, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, United States and Vietnam. The wrestlers will be competing in two different competitions, ...

US Marine Corps (USMC) Corporal (CPL) Mathew S. Johnson, with the 2nd Battalion, 7th Marines, makes friends with a goat and begins head-butt competitions between patrol training with the Filipino Army, during Exercise BALIKATAN 2003

At the closing ceremony for Guardian Challenge 2004, US Air Force (USAF) team members with the 45th Space Wing (SW), at Patrick Air Force Base (AFB), Florida (FL), cheer their fellow teammates as their points are tallied for the competitions held during Guardian Challenge. Guardian Challenge, the world's premier space and missile competition, is a four-day event hosted annually at Vandenberg Air Force Base (AFB), California (CA)

US Navy (USN) Hospital Corpsman Third Class (HM3) Munoz, Golf Company, 2nd Battalion (BN) 3rd Marine Regiment, helps to instruct the various US Marine Corps (USMC) squads going through Squad Competitions as they prepare for the Super Squad Competition

US Marine Corps (USMC) Private First Class (PFC) Cosio, Golf Company, 2nd Battalion (BN) 3rd Marine Regiment, pretends to slowly die from complications caused by a sucking chest wound during Squad Competitions in preparation for the Super Squad Competition

US Marine Corps (USMC) Marines, Golf Company, 2nd Battalion (BN) 3rd Marine Regiment, prepare for the firemans carry during Squad Competitions in preparation for the Super Squad Competition

US Marine Corps (USMC) Marines, Golf Company, 2nd Battalion (BN) 3rd Marine Regiment, pretend to treat Lance Corporal (LCPL) Francos sucking chest wound as if were during an actual combat situation during Squad Competitions in preparation for the Super Squad Competition

US Marine Corps (USMC) Private (PVT) Cajuvie, Golf Company, 2nd Battalion (BN) 3rd Marine Regiment, sights in his 5.56 mm M249 Squad Automatic Weapon (SAW) while serving as the Squad's SAW gunner during Squad Competitions in preparation for the Super Squad Competition

US Marine Corps (USMC) Lance Corporal (LCPL) Martinez, Golf Company, 2nd Battalion (BN) 3rd Marine Regiment, pretends to check the breathing of a casualty during Squad Competitions in preparation for the Super Squad Competition

A US Marine Corps (USMC) Marine, Golf Company, 2nd Battalion (BN) 3rd Marine Regiment, sights in his 5.56 mm M16A2 rifle while waiting for the command to conduct a squad rush during Squad Competitions in preparation for the Super Squad Competition

US Marine Corps (USMC) Lance Corporal (LCPL) Martinez and Private First Class (PFC) Garcia, Golf Company, 2nd Battalion (BN) 3rd Marine Regiment, pull a stretcher under another Marine pretending to be a casualty during Squad Competitions in preparation for the Super Squad Competition

US Marine Corps (USMC) Lance Corporal (LCPL) Franco, Golf Company, 2nd Battalion (BN) 3rd Marine Regiment, lays motionless as he pretends to have a sucking chest wound that requires medical attention during Squad Competitions in preparation for the Super Squad Competition

US Marine Corps (USMC) Lance Corporal (LCPL) Franco, Golf Company, 2nd Battalion (BN) 3rd Marine Regiment, pretends to pass out from complications from a sucking chest wound during Squad Competitions in preparation for the Super Squad Competition

US Marine Corps (USMC) Marines, Golf Company, 2nd Battalion (BN) 3rd Marine Regiment, do squad rushes during Squad Competitions in preparation for the Super Squad Competition

US Marine Corps (USMC) Lance Corporal (LCPL) Smith, Golf Company, 2nd Battalion (BN) 3rd Marine Regiment, sights in his 5.56 mm M16A2 rifle, with M203 grenade launcher attached, during Squad Competitions in preparation for the Super Squad Competition

US Marine Corps (USMC) Lance Corporal (LCPL) Martinez, Golf Company, 2nd Battalion (BN) 3rd Marine Regiment, pretends to apply a tourniquet during Squad Competitions in preparation for the Super Squad Competition

US Marine Corps (USMC) Private First Class (PFC) Garcia, Golf Company, 2nd Battalion (BN) 3rd Marine Regiment, pretends to apply pressure to a pretend bleeding wound as USMC PFC Cappitelli, Golf Company, 2nd BN, 3rd Marines, makes ready for the stretcher carry during Squad Competitions in preparation for the Super Squad Competition

US Navy (USN) Hospital Corpsman Third Class (HM3) Reynolds (left), Golf Company, 2nd Battalion (BN) 3rd Marine Regiment, annotates the Squad Competitions as HM3 Munoz (seated), Golf Company, 2nd BN, 3rd Marines, wait for his turn to instruct the various US Marine Corps (USMC) squads going through Squad Competitions as they prepare for the Super Squad Competition

U.S. Navy (USN) Sonar Technician (Surface) Third Class Anthony Coles (right), and USN GUNNER's Mate First Class Nic Heimsoth, assigned to USN Ticonderoga Class Guided Missile Cruiser USS SAN JACINTO (CG 56), pull on a rope during a Surface Line Week 2006 tug-o-war competition on board Naval Station Norfolk on Nov. 3, 2006. Surface Line Week emphasizes competitions and camaraderie among Hampton Roads-based surface ships and allowed surface warriors to demonstrate their expertise and spirit in a series of eight athletic and 13 professional events. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication SPECIALIST SEAMAN Tristan Miller) (Released)

U.S. Navy (USN) Sonar Technician (Surface) Third Class Anthony Coles (right), and USN GUNNER's Mate First Class Nic Heimsoth, assigned to USN Ticonderoga Class Guided Missile Cruiser USS SAN JACINTO (CG 56), pull on a rope during a Surface Line Week 2006 tug-o-war competition on board Naval Station Norfolk on Nov. 3, 2006. Surface Line Week emphasizes competitions and camaraderie among Hampton Roads-based surface ships and allowed surface warriors to demonstrate their expertise and spirit in a series of eight athletic and 13 professional events. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication SPECIALIST SEAMAN Tristan Miller) (Released)

U.S. Navy Damage Controlman First Class (SW/AW) Shawn Durant, assigned to the USN Tarawa Class Amphibious Assault Ship USS NASSAU (LHA 4), pulls the rope aggressively during the tug-o-war competition, as part of Surface Line Week 2006 at Naval Station Norfolk on Nov. 3, 2006. Surface Line Week uses competitions and camaraderie among Hampton Roads-based surface ships, allowing surface warriors to demonstrate their expertise and spirit in a series of eight athletic and 13 professional events. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication SPECIALIST SEAMAN Kenneth R. Hendrix) (Released)