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Military Series: Operation Iraqi Freedom 20.11 Mile Challenge

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DISTANCE: 20.11 Miles

DONATION TO: Until I Get Home Organization

Important Dates to Remember

Bib + medal race packets ship within 3-5 business days. T-shirt + bib/medal race packets ships within 7-10 business days.

What is Operation Iraqi Freedom?

March 20th, 2003 marked the beginning of Operation Iraqi Freedom with preemptive airstrikes on Saddam Hussein's Presidential Palace and military targets followed by approximately 67,700 U.S. Armed Forces troops with “Boots on the Ground”. 

Operation Iraqi Freedom is the 5th longest war in U.S. history at 8.9 Years.

Your race packet includes:

✔ Operation Iraqi Freedom 20.11 Mile Challenge medal

✔ Authentic race bib

✔ Free Standard Shipping in the US & Puerto Rico

✔ Donation to the Until I Get Home Organization

Why is the challenge “20.11 miles”?

Operation Iraqi Freedom launched on March 20th, 2003 and continued until 2011(20.11).

Why is the number 4,423 on the Operation Iraqi Freedom Medal?

Many people don’t know the impact ‘Operation Iraqi Freedom’ took on our coalition forces and specifically our U.S. Armed Forces and their family members…At the end of the OIF campaign in 2011…4,423 U.S. military men/women and Department of Defense civilians never returned home. Now you know.

About the charity

The organization for the Run Fierce Military Series – Operation Iraqi Freedom 20.11 Mile Challenge virtual race was chosen because of the unselfish work they do to ensure the distance between a service member who’s baby is born during deployment is bridged by gifting the baby a “handmade” blanket, made by a volunteer, on their behalf....“Until I Get Home, let this blanket be a reminder that you’re always in my heart.”

Click on the link here to see all the Until I Get Home Organization does to support our active duty service members who’s babies are born while deployed. 

They don’t have to do this…They just do it! It’s pretty amazing!