Capt. Richelle Treece of the Oklahoma Army National Guard uses a family tragedy and her athletic ability to raise funds and awareness for cancer research. Package ready to air. CG: Major Michael Urrutia Capt. Treece's former TAC officer :21 - :34 Captain Richelle Treece Logistics officer :48 - 1:08 Derek Swartzendruber Assistant Coach, Sandro Sampaio Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu 1:45 - 1:58
Taken: 01.10.2016 | Video by Spc. Nicole Baker
Col. Brian Coleman, of Oklahoma City, ran in the sixth annual 45th Infantry Brigade Combat Team Fallen Heroes Half Marathon in Norman, Oklahoma on Oct. 7. Coleman, the brigade surgeon for the 45th IBCT, was the fifth runner to finish the half marathon with a time of 1 hour, 35 minutes and 19 seconds. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Capt. Joshua Page)
Taken: 10.07.2016 | Photo by Capt. Josh Page
More than 220 runners braved cold temperatures on Oct. 7, to run in honor of the 19 Oklahoma Army National Guard Soldiers who died while serving their country, at the sixth annual 45th Infantry Brigade Combat Team (IBCT) Fallen Heroes Half Marathon in Norman, Oklahoma. The Fallen Heroes Half Marathon started in 2011, while the 45th IBCT was deployed to Afghanistan, as a way to honor the sacrifice of the 14 Soldiers killed during that deployment. Since then, the half marathon has grown to honor all 19 Oklahoma Citizen-Soldiers killed while serving overseas. Set-up for this year’s half marathon began in the predawn hours when volunteers gathered at the start and finish point across Interstate-35 from the Brigade...
10.07.2016 | NORMAN, OK, US | Story by Sgt. Anthony Jones