Off and running at the Army Ten Miler

What happens when 35,000 runners gather for the Army’s annual 10 mile jaunt through Virginia and Washington, D.C.? Madness — at least at the starting line where the Pentagon parking lot became a massive, multi-colored sea of spandex and assorted breathable polyester blends. I was at last weekend’s Army Ten Miler on assignment for the non-profit Wear Blue: Run to Remember, whose members run in memory of family, friends and loved ones who have fallen in service to our country.

Photo of the starting line at the 2013 Army Ten Miler by Joe Newman.

Joe Newman

I'm Joe Newman, multi-media story teller, non-profit do-gooder, international street photographer, serious poker player, intrepid traveler. Bourbon drinker.

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