124Th Air Support Operations Squadron run 24 hours for fallen airmen and their families

Lt. Col. Tom Shuler,124th Air Operations Support Squadron Commander, puts in the miles to raise money. Shuler, and other members of the 124th ASOS of the Idaho Air National Guard started running at 5 p.m. on 28 March around Gowen Field and continued to run until 5p.m. the next day. At least one person ran through the night and more than 30 Idaho ASOS members ran 270 miles last year to honor three ASOS Airmen who were killed in action during the month of March, including Maj. Greg Stone, a former Air Liaison Officer from the 124 ASOS who died March 25, 2003 in Kuwait. The monies raised by the run would be given to the Tactical Air Control Party Association, an organization established to help injured TACPs and assist the Families of the fallen Airmen who were a part of TACP.

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