Reservists' inner Beast Mode

Airman 1st Class Parker Gill (front left) and Senior Airman Kyle Knoblock (front right), both from the 446th Security Forces Squadron, surface from a mud trench during the 2014 Subway Beast Mode Challenge Sept. 6 at Meadowbrook Farm in North Bend, Washington. The 3.5-mile obstacle course and mud run event was sponsored by Air Force Reserve Recruiting, and proceeds went to Fam 1st Foundation, which was co-created by the Seahawks’ own Marshawn Lynch to keep underprivileged youth on a positive path. Gill finished in first place, and Knoblock finished in second place of their wave. (U.S. Air Force Reserve photo by MSgt Minnette Mason)

PHOTO BY: MSgt Minnette Mason
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