Hero Games

Col. Bryan Radliff, 477th Fighter Group commander, offers some encouraging words to members of the group before competing in an event during the Hero Games. The Hero Games are a day-long friendly competition between the police, troopers, each military branch and the fire department that takes place in downtown Anchorage during the Summer Solstice Festival. The teams were challenged with events such as the obstacle course, a "rescue the cat" climb, litter carry, the bucket brigade and tricycle races. On the longest day of the year – summer solstice – Anchorage, Alaska, gets 22 hours of functional daylight. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Capt. Ashley Conner)

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