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50 SCS Conquers Pikes Peak

Members of the 50th Space Communications Squadron, climb to the summit of Pikes Peak Aug. 19, in El Paso County, Colorado. The team said it was a good way to challenge themselves both physically and mentally.  (Courtesy Photo)

Members of the 50th Space Communications Squadron, climb to the summit of Pikes Peak Aug. 19, in El Paso County, Colorado. The team said it was a good way to challenge themselves both physically and mentally. (Courtesy Photo)

(From left) Airman 1st Class Christopher Hunkler, Tech. Sgt. Shale Norwitz, Capt. Nathan Zahn, Tech. Sgt. Elizabeth Mickelsen, and Chief Master Sgt. Scott Robbins, all members of the 50th Space Communications Squadron, stand at the summit of Pikes Peak Aug. 19, in El Paso County, Colorado. The team trained for a few weeks prior to the 26-mile round trip hike. (Courtesy Photo)

(From left) Airman 1st Class Christopher Hunkler, Tech. Sgt. Shale Norwitz, Capt. Nathan Zahn, Tech. Sgt. Elizabeth Mickelsen, and Chief Master Sgt. Scott Robbins, all members of the 50th Space Communications Squadron, stand at the summit of Pikes Peak Aug. 19, in El Paso County, Colorado. The team trained for a few weeks prior to the 26-mile round trip hike. (Courtesy Photo)

SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Members of the 50th Space Communication Squadron recently conquered the summit of Pikes Peak Aug. 19, in El Paso County, Colo. The entire trip was 26 miles and took all day to complete. (Courtesy Photos)
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