Chief exercises resilience through mountain climbing

Individuals stand atop Granite Peak in Montana as they take part in the U.S. Air Force 50 Summit Challenge Aug. 30. The climb consisted of 28 miles in three days, gaining over 7,000 feet of elevation. The purpose of the challenge is to boost the mental, physical, social and spiritual health of our service members through climbs of each American state’s highest geographical point. (Courtesy photo)

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