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Airmen, Soldiers play paintball during Arctic Warrior Olympics

Hundreds of Airmen and Soldiers compete in numerous sporting events across Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, during the 2016 Arctic Warrior Olympics, June 17, 2016. Teams from various commands challenge each other in basketball, volleyball, dodgeball, and softball games. Other events include canoe, bicycle and foot races, tug-of-war and paintball. The Arctic Warrior Olympics originated in 1982, when Airmen at Elmendorf Air Force Base initiated Airman Day to promote camaraderie and good health. Then in 1986, it became known as Elmendorf Field Day. It was renamed the Arctic Warrior Olympics in 1989 and is hosted in conjunction with the Military Appreciation Picnics. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Valerie Monroy)
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