On September 12th, 2015 runners will join the Fort Hamilton Family & MWR to run in memory of those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice. All participants will have the ability to write the name of a Fallen Service Member of their choice on their runners bib. T-shirts will be provided to participants.
Day of registration/check-in begins at 830am and will be held on the park grounds. Pre-registration and day of registration tables will be marked accordingly. The run begins promptly at 0900am.
Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, & 3rd place (Runners & Walkers).
-Early registration fee - $20 per person (Online payments by 8/29/15)
-Late registration fee - $25 per person (Online payments after 8/30/2015)
-Any payments the day of the event - $25 per person.
All proceeds go to
Survivor Outreach Services at Fort Hamilton
Participants will be escorted from the park grounds across the street to Shore Road Promenade where the run will begin. Once instructed to begin, participants will run on along this flat surface for 2 miles, turn around at the end (Owl's Head Pier), and run in the opposite direction to the starting point for the final 2 miles. Water stations will be posted every mile along the route as well as medics to ensure everyone's safety. Once the run is completed, participnts will carefully return to the Park (registration area) for fruits, bagels, and refreshments.
Attention Goldstar Family Members
If you are a goldstar family member, we invite you to participate in this run at no cost. To register a Goldstar Family Member please contact our Survivor Outreach Services Coordinator Jacqueline Prince at 718.630.4467 or email email@example.com
What is Survivor Outreach Services?
Survivor Outreach Services (SOS) is an Army-wide program designed to provide dedicated support to survivors of deceased members of the armed forces. SOS standardizes casualty services and policies across the Army and provides additional staffing at Casualty Assistance Centers and Active Component and Reserve Component family programs. SOS responds to the need for specialized staff at Casualty Assistance Centers (CAC) to help Casualty Assistance Officers (CAO) support survivors, as well as adding additional staff who have the sole mission of providing continuing support to survivors.
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