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Master Sgt. Pete Scheidt takes careful aim as he throws his bowling ball down his lane during a competition for the Commanders Cup at Marrington Lanes located on the Naval Weapons Station Sept. 28, 2010. The competition began Sept. 17 and is open to all Department of Defense employees and Joint Base Charleston members. Those who are participating were broken down into five teams who must partake in numerous sporting events including golf, basketball, and a combined relay. Whichever team has accrued the most points throughout the events will be awarded the Commanders Cup on Oct. 1. Sergeant Scheidt is a loadmaster with the 14th Airlift Squadron. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Airman 1st Class Lauren Main)
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Master Sgt. Pete Scheidt takes careful aim as he throws his bowling ball down his lane during a competition for the Commanders Cup at Marrington Lanes located on the Naval Weapons Station Sept. 28, 2010. The competition began Sept. 17 and is open to all Department of Defense employees and Joint Base Charleston members. Those who are participating were broken down into five teams who must partake in numerous sporting events including golf, basketball, and a combined relay. Whichever team has accrued the most points throughout the events will be awarded the Commanders Cup on Oct. 1. Sergeant Scheidt is a loadmaster with the 14th Airlift Squadron. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Airman 1st Class Lauren Main)


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