Cleaning up to get dirty

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By Bonnie Heater
Fort Gordon Public Affairs Office

The Marines of the U.S. Marine Corps Detachment at Fort Gordon clear the running trail of the 2014 Marine Mud Challenge course of debris March 20. The 2014 Marine Mud Challenge, which has been expanded to a 5-mile off road course and features more than 25 military style obstacles, is slated to begin at the corner of 19th Street and Chamberlain Avenue on Fort Gordon May 3.

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