The Marine Corps Marathon Organization (MCMO) recognized the Armed Forces Retirement Home in Washington D.C. (AFRH-W) for their longstanding support of the Marine Corps Marathon (MCM) and the local amateur radio operators (HAMs) by presenting a special plaque created by Flags of Valor at last week’s Town Hall Meeting.
Everything I’d read about resolutions indicated that there is a critical milestone that occurs between days 20 to 25 when an activity becomes a habit. Sadly, most individuals struggle to adapt to the initial disruption to their daily lives, and their best intentions for change languish.
Bushatz admits that the hardest part of being a military wife is the emotional toll it can take on you and your family. Every day in the military is different and you have to understand it is a lifelong commitment. Her outlet is running.
O’Neil dominated the 2019 MCM Event Series winning the 17.75K in March, the Devil Dog Double in May, the Belleau Wood 8K in June, the Quantico 12K in August and the Turkey Trot 10K in November. Following up on his impressive win streak, O’Neil secured third place at the 2019 MCM clocking in at 2:31:30.
Ambitious runners who seek to earn this coveted title and exclusive medal in 2020 can register for any four qualifying events in a single transaction beginning November 13, 2019. This is a new registration option intended to encourage and support the long term commitment required to achieve this goal.