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    Pressing on with purpose: Marine firefighters hike Honolulu Marathon for second year, raise money for wounded warriors [Image 4 of 11]

    Pressing on with purpose: Marine firefighters hike Honolulu Marathon for second year, raise money for wounded warriors

    HONOLULU, HI, UNITED STATES

    12.12.2010

    Photo by Cpl. Reece Lodder  

    Marine Corps Base Hawaii

    At front, Sgt. Robert Hernandez, a black belt Marine Corps Martial Arts Program instructor with the School of Infantry West — Detachment Hawaii, and combat lifesaver-trained infantryman, and Sgt. Fernando Camacho, a firefighter with Aircraft Rescue Firefighting, Marine Corps Air Station Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii, tend to a heat-stricken competitor near the 12th mile of the 2010 Honolulu Marathon, Dec. 12. For the second year in a row, the Marines hiked the 26.3-mile marathon with boots, camouflage trousers and 65-pound packs to raise money for wounded Marines and sailors at Wounded Warrior Battalion West — Detachment Hawaii. "At first, people looked at us like we were crazy," said Camacho, from Chicago. "But when they realized why were hiking — to help out those who couldn't because of the pain they had endured — the looks on their faces changed. That made it well worth it."

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    Date Taken: 12.12.2010
    Date Posted: 12.14.2010 20:48
    Photo ID: 349746
    VIRIN: 101212-M-#####-128
    Resolution: 2400x1600
    Size: 550 KB
    Location: HONOLULU, HI, US 

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