Boise sergeant runs 100 miles for the fun of it

Kunich, Gary
April 2004
Airman;Apr2004, Vol. 48 Issue 4, p13
Focuses on the the fondness on running by Paul Lindauer, a U.S. Air Force master sergeant from the Boise, Idaho, Military Entrance Processing Station. Completion of 100-mile race in 2002; Job of Lindauer as the medical noncommissioned officer in the station; Combination of running with fast walking while going uphill.


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