As a Soldier, husband, and parent, I know each of you and your families are affected by the government shutdown in different ways.
Navigating a gauntlet of more than 20 obstacles across 10 miles of mud-slicked mountain trails may seem somewhat unrelated to the job of building the Army Reserve of the future.
Spc. Ian P. Balag said he felt good at the beginning, but as the day went on, he pushed himself by focusing on taking one step at a time.
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