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Holly Imbriaco, group fitness director at Soto PFC,

Holly Imbriaco, group fitness director at Soto PFC,

Holly Imbriaco, group fitness director at Soto PFC, addresses Soldiers about to compete in the Commander's Cup Team Aquathlon at the Aquatic Training Center, Fort Bliss, Texas, July 25. The Aquathlon tested tea... More

Summer aquathlon brings friendly competition

Summer aquathlon brings friendly competition

Beata Huntington, a member of the Okinawa Dolphins Swim Team, comes up for a breath of air while passing other racers during the Okinawa Dolphins Swim Team Summer Aquathlon on Camp Foster Aug. 18. Huntington pa... More

In the early morning hours July 25, Soldiers line up

In the early morning hours July 25, Soldiers line up

In the early morning hours July 25, Soldiers line up at the starting point on Gulf Victory Avenue awaiting the beginning of the Commander's Cup Aquathlon. The solo and team event featured a 5K run, then a 400 m... More

Soldiers from across Fort Bliss, Texas, await the starting

Soldiers from across Fort Bliss, Texas, await the starting

Soldiers from across Fort Bliss, Texas, await the starting gun for the Commander's Cup Aquathlon, held at the Aquatic Training Center, July 25. Spc. Jepeth Ng'Ojoy (white long-sleeve shirt, yellow running shoes... More

At the sound of the starting pistol, Soldiers from

At the sound of the starting pistol, Soldiers from

At the sound of the starting pistol, Soldiers from across Fort Bliss began the first of a three-part race called the Commander's Cup Aquathlon, July 25. The event featured a 5K run, a 400 meter swim and then an... More

Spc. Japeth Ng'Ojoy, a native of Kenya, tags his teammate

Spc. Japeth Ng'Ojoy, a native of Kenya, tags his teammate

Spc. Japeth Ng'Ojoy, a native of Kenya, tags his teammate Staff Sgt. George Greene, native of San Antonio, for the second leg of the Commander's Cup Aquathlon held on Fort Bliss, July 25. Both are lab technicia... More

The second leg of the Commander's Cup Aquathlon featured

The second leg of the Commander's Cup Aquathlon featured

The second leg of the Commander's Cup Aquathlon featured a 400 meter swim at the Aquatic Training Center, Fort Bliss, Texas, July 25. The first and last parts of the three-stage race were 5K runs. (U.S. Army ph... More

Staff Sgt. George Greene, native of San Antonio, and

Staff Sgt. George Greene, native of San Antonio, and

Staff Sgt. George Greene, native of San Antonio, and Spc. Japeth Ng'Ojoy, native of Kenya, both assigned to William Beaumont Army Medical Center, Fort Bliss, as lab technicians, came in as the first place team ... More

During the Commander's Cup Aquathlon, Soldiers swam

During the Commander's Cup Aquathlon, Soldiers swam

During the Commander's Cup Aquathlon, Soldiers swam 400 meters by "snaking" their way from end of the pool to the opposite side as fast as they could, July 25. The Aquatic Training Center Lifeguard Staff was in... More

During the Commander's Cup Aquathlon, Soldiers swam

During the Commander's Cup Aquathlon, Soldiers swam

During the Commander's Cup Aquathlon, Soldiers swam 400 meters by "snaking" their way from end of the pool to the opposite side as fast as they could, July 25. The Aquatic Training Center Lifeguard Staff was in... More

William Beaumont Army Medical Center officers and Soldiers

William Beaumont Army Medical Center officers and Soldiers

William Beaumont Army Medical Center officers and Soldiers stand tall at an award ceremony outside the Aquatic Training Center on Fort Bliss, July 25. From left to right are Capt. Isaac McCool, Capt. Shannon Ri... More

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