Bovington marine completes 'Forrest Gump' run

By Lucy Pearce | Dorset Echo | November 19, 2010 2:00pm Bovington, UK – “A ROYAL Marine based at Bovington who set off on a coast-to-coast run across the United States has finally completed the 3,530-mile challenge. Corporal Lloyd Fenner, 30, was part of a six-man team who completed the course inspired by the film…

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Land Rovers Serve as Support Vehicles for The Gumpathon

By Zach Gale | Truck Trend Magazine | November 18, 2010 “Land Rover is supporting an event called The Gumpathon with the help of a 2010 LR4 and 2010 Range Rover Sport. The Gumpathon team includes six men from the U.S. Marine Corps and Britain’s Royal Marines who are running 3530 miles across 16 states…

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Mids Participate in Memorial Race

By Jessica Clark | Trident | November 18, 2010 Anapolis, MD – “Naval Academy midshipmen, along with other members of the Annapolis and Naval Academy community, participated in the 2nd annual Col. Ripley memorial ‘‘Fuel 4 Life” 5K race Nov. 14, starting and ending at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.” Download PDF | Read Online

This Veterans Day, Many Soldiers Still Hurting

By Mary Walsh, CBS News, Politics – November 11, 2010 Washington, DC – With a steady breeze filling out every American flag across the National Mall, this is a picture-perfect Veterans Day here in Washington. Veterans are everywhere. Passers-by are thanking them for their service .

Kim Foley Joins Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund Board of Directors

By News | Foley, Inc. – November 2010 Piscataway, NJ – “General Alfred M. Gray, Jr., 29th Commandant of the Marine Corps and Chairman of the Board of the Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund, recently welcomed Kim Foley to the Board of Directors of the organization. Mr. Foley is Chairman of the Board of Foley,…

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Marathons: What happens before the starting line

By Lenny Bernstein and Vicky Hallett, The Washington Post – October 21, 2010 Washington, DC – “Overcoming obstacles — physical, mental and spiritual — is the essence of marathon running. The 30,000 participants in the 2010 Marine Corps Marathon have conquered heat, humidity, hills, fatigue and in some cases injuries to reach the starting line…

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Family running to honor brother, fallen Marine

By Lisa Roose Church, The Daily Press – October 19, 2010 Brighton, MI – “When her brother was killed in Iraq, Katy Kerch ran. At first, running allowed the 41-year-old Brighton woman to deal with her grief. Now, Kerch runs the annual Marine Corps Marathon — 26.2 miles on Oct. 31 — in memory of…

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