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The Freedom Ruck group makes its way up Route 1, towards Washington.

Son of a veteran walks 105 miles to support military service members


Updated January 06, 2019 08:37 AM EST

WASHINGTON (CIRCA) — Victor Wise finished his 105-mile trek in under 48 hours. Wise reached Arlington National Cemetery early Sunday morning.

RICHMOND, Va. (CIRCA) — Victor Wise, son of a retired U.S. Army first sergeant and Operation Enduring Freedom veteran, will walk 105 miles to honor and support our servicemen and women.

The “Freedom Ruck” will begin at the Virginia War Memorial in downtown Richmond and finish at Arlington National Cemetery.

This is the sixth year Wise has taken this journey. Last year, he said, “The goal of the Freedom Ruck is to simply say thank you.”

Wise hopes to inspire patriotism and support for servicemen and women.

Wise, who lives in Seattle, is the manager of Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, who is from Richmond.


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