Future soldiers from the Greenville and Smithfield Army Recruitment Center lug 45-pound jugs of water and carry fellow soldiers on stretchers during a race at the Bloodhound Olympics in Smithfield, a competition between Eastern North Carolina recruits.
Future soldiers from the Greenville and Smithfield Army Recruitment Center lug 45-pound jugs of water and carry fellow soldiers on stretchers during a race at the Bloodhound Olympics in Smithfield, a competition between Eastern North Carolina recruits. Abbie Bennett abennett@newsobserver.com
Future soldiers from the Greenville and Smithfield Army Recruitment Center lug 45-pound jugs of water and carry fellow soldiers on stretchers during a race at the Bloodhound Olympics in Smithfield, a competition between Eastern North Carolina recruits. Abbie Bennett abennett@newsobserver.com

Future soldiers compete, Smithfield wins

August 20, 2016 03:12 PM

UPDATED August 21, 2016 06:58 AM

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