One (hundred) more miles to go?

Scherer, Douglas M.
December 1996
All Hands;Dec96, Issue 956, p45
The article focuses on the efforts of two U.S. naval officers regarding running 100-miles a week on board USS Guam (LPH9), a U.S. assault ship in seawaters off the coast of Siberia.


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