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Surgeon slashes personal record during satellite Miami Marathon run

A soldier gives U.S. Army Maj. Patrick Smock, orthopaedic surgeon with 745th Forward Surgical Team, a high-five as he crosses the finish line at Forward Operating Base Fenty, Afghanistan, Jan. 30. Smock, a Liberty Hill, Texas, native, participated in a satellite run of the Miami Marathon. Smock had originally planned on running the Miami Marathon in Florida with his two brothers, but since he was deployed, he ran it just 12 hours before his brothers were scheduled to start the marathon in the U.S. Smock finished the 26.2-mile course in 3 hours, 27 minutes.



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This work, Surgeon slashes personal record during satellite Miami Marathon run [Image 1 of 3], by SGT Richard Daniels Jr., identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:01.30.2011

Date Posted:01.31.2011 06:37

Photo ID:361894

VIRIN:110130-A-#####-027

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Location:NANGARHAR PROVINCE, AFGlobe

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