June 22, 2018
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Maine guardsmen attempting 550-mile run tour Boston

The Associated Press

KITTERY, Maine — The two National Guardsmen from Maine on a 550-mile run to help fellow soldiers spent Monday touring Boston and covering the trail that follows the Charles River from Boston to Newton, according to their blog.

Col. Jack Mosher of Waterville and Maj. Herbert Brock of Winslow are running from Kittery to Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia. For the trek, they will each run 13.1 miles a day — the equivalent of 21 marathons in 21 days between them.

Their journey begins Saturday. Along the way, the pair will visit veteran’s medical centers to tout the many programs that are available to returning soldiers. You can follow their progress on onelifewarrior.org.

Mosher and Brock say they are making the run to promote the idea that physical fitness builds resiliency for soldiers who are having a tough time after returning home from service overseas.

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