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Wounded Warrior supported by community, recognized at Iron Bowl

An Iron Bowl spectator tries his best at the Marine Corps pull-up Challenge, hosted by the Marines of Recruiting Station Montgomery, Ala., at the annual football rivalry between Auburn University and the University of Alabama. During the game, the Marines held a competition to see which school could raise the most toys for the Marine Corps Reserves’ Toy for Tots program and perform the most pull-ups. The competition ended with the University of Alabama being recognized for raising the most toys and Auburn performing the most pull-ups during the first quarter of the game. The award was presented by Lance Cpl. Kyle Carpenter, a 22 year-old Marine and wounded warrior from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, who was given honors during game day.



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This work, Wounded Warrior supported by community, recognized at Iron Bowl [Image 5 of 6], by SSgt Tracie Kessler, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:11.26.2011

Date Posted:12.19.2011 09:39

Photo ID:501680

VIRIN:111126-M-#####-256

Resolution:1200x800

Size:1.06 MB

Location:AUBURN, AL, USGlobe

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