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Army Ten-Miler and Military District of Washington


The 2012 race is under the command of Maj. Gen. Michael S. Linnington

The Military District of Washington “MDW” serves as the Army Forces Component and core staff element of the Joint Force Headquarters National Capital Region to conduct operations that deter, prevent, and respond to threats aimed at the National Capital Region; and conducts world-class ceremonial, musical and special events in support of our Nation's leadership. Over 600 Soldiers from 3rd Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard) volunteer race weekend.

Now in its 28th year, the ATM was held on October 21 in Washington, DC. Registration fees and sponsor contributions go to support the Army Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) programs.

The mission of the ATM is to promote the Army, build espirit de corps, support Army fitness goals, and enhance community relations.

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL 30,000+ RUNNERS WHO PARTICIPATED IN THE 2012 ARMY TEN MILER!!!!

SPECIAL THANKS to Aleethia’s ATM Chairman, Brian O’Keefe and Team Members: Katie Allen, Kelly Bearden, Rebekah Caruso, David Clipson, Heather Clipson, Heather Fisher, Patrick Fisher, Kaitlin Fleischmann, Frank Helmick, Ron Hunter, Ryan Long, William Lopez, Ben Marks, Kristen McElroy, John Metcalf, Casey Mrozek, Kathy Murray, Keaton Nielsen, Vivek Ramini, Joelle Solar, Amy Spanogle, Julian Setian, Jane Watrel, Dianne Webb and Theresa Werner


PLUS TWO!!!


ALEETHIA’S BOOTH AT ATM EXPO
THANKS to the all the Volunteers who helped at Aleethia’s
Booth and Hooah Tent during ATM weekend events!


HOOAH TENT!!! 4 a.m. at the Pentagon’s Finish Line!!


Army Olympians and Friends!
Josh (L) attended several “Friday Night Dinners” while at
Walter Reed Army Medical Center after he was injured in 2003 in Iraq


CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE FINISHERS!

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