Tino Uli sprints to tag his partner at an introductory adaptive sports and rehabilitation camp at Eglin Air Force Base near Valparaiso on April 14. Airmen gathered in the Florida Panhandle for a training camp hoping to defeat the Army, Marines and Navy next month at the 2015 Department of Defense Wounded Warrior Games in Quantico, Virginia.
Tino Uli sprints to tag his partner at an introductory adaptive sports and rehabilitation camp at Eglin Air Force Base near Valparaiso on April 14. Airmen gathered in the Florida Panhandle for a training camp hoping to defeat the Army, Marines and Navy next month at the 2015 Department of Defense Wounded Warrior Games in Quantico, Virginia. photos by Samuel King Jr. EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE VIA AP
Tino Uli sprints to tag his partner at an introductory adaptive sports and rehabilitation camp at Eglin Air Force Base near Valparaiso on April 14. Airmen gathered in the Florida Panhandle for a training camp hoping to defeat the Army, Marines and Navy next month at the 2015 Department of Defense Wounded Warrior Games in Quantico, Virginia. photos by Samuel King Jr. EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE VIA AP

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