Step into it

Kunz, Christine L.
May 2004
Airman;May2004, Vol. 48 Issue 5, p16
Discusses the benefits of hiking to airmen in the U.S. Basic categories of hiking; Priority of every Air Force base in outdoor recreation by offering equipment rentals, items to purchase and information pertaining to outdoor activities; Dependence of the amount of exercise generated from a hike on the type of hike and terrain. INSET: Equipment start-up.


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