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Chapel Hike 67Chapel Hike 67
Chapel Hike 67

A sign welcomes the 158 U.S. service members and civilians from Joint Task Force-Bravo to Montaña La Oki, a small village located in the mountains east of Comayagua, Honduras, where 172 families awaited the arrival of the participants of Chapel Hike 67 and the 3,000 pounds of food they carried 3.4 miles up the mountain April 30, 2016. In addition to the ton-and-a-half of food, which was packed into 150 bags containing 20 pounds apiece by volunteers two nights prior to the trek, many hikers brought their own additional treats and toys to give to the dozens of children they met at the top of the mountain, which was 4,406 feet above sea level. Chapel Hikes are designed to provide a practical way for JTF-Bravo members to engage and partner with local communities to provide support to surrounding villages in need of food and supplies. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. David Liapis/Released)
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Chapel Hike 67

Volunteers from Joint Task Force-Bravo pose for a group photo after distributing 150 bags of food weighing 20 pounds apiece to the 172 families of Montaña La Oki, a small village located in the mountains east of Comayagua, Honduras, during Chapel Hike 67, April 30, 2016. During the visit to Montaña La Oki, U.S. service members had the opportunity to watch local school children perform cultural dances, play soccer and hand out the bags of food to villagers as well as some Hondurans who traveled to the location on horseback from the surrounding mountains. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. David Liapis/Released)
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A Honduran boy from the village of Montaña La Oki, located in the mountains east of Comayagua, Honduras, plays with a balloon given to him by one of the 158 military and civilian members of Joint Task Force-Bravo and volunteer firefighters from the local area who hiked 7.4 miles roundtrip to deliver 3,000 pounds of food to 172 families in the village April 30, 2016. During the visit to Montaña La Oki, U.S. service members had the opportunity to watch local school children perform cultural dances, play soccer and hand out the bags of food to villagers as well as some Hondurans who traveled to the location on horseback from the surrounding mountains. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. David Liapis/Released)
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Chapel Hike 67

A Honduran girl from the village of Montaña La Oki, located 4,406 feet above sea level in the mountains east of Comayagua, Honduras, rests from playing in front of a Joint Task Force-Bravo, Joint Security Forces Humvee that served as a pilot vehicle for 158 military and civilian members of Joint Task Force-Bravo and volunteer firefighters from the local area who hiked 7.4 miles roundtrip to deliver 3,000 pounds of food to 172 families in the village April 30, 2016. In addition to the ton-and-a-half of food, which was packed into 150 bags containing 20 pounds apiece by volunteers two nights prior to the trek, many hikers brought their own additional treats and toys to give to the dozens of children they met at the top of the mountain. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. David Liapis/Released)
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A Honduran girl from the village of Montaña La Oki, located 4,406 feet above sea level in the mountains east of Comayagua, Honduras, attempts to break open a piñata given to the village children during Chapel Hike 67, April 30, 2016. More than 158 military and civilian members of Joint Task Force-Bravo and volunteer firefighters from the local area hiked 7.4 miles roundtrip to deliver 3,000 pounds of food to 172 families. In addition to the ton-and-a-half of food, which was packed into 150 bags containing 20 pounds apiece by volunteers two nights prior to the trek, many hikers brought their own additional treats and toys to give to the dozens of children they met at the top of the mountain. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. David Liapis/Released)
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A villager from Montaña La Oki, located 4,406 feet above sea level in the mountains east of Comayagua, Honduras, receives one of the 150 bags of food, weighing 20 pounds apiece, carried up the mountain by 158 military and civilian members of Joint Task Force-Bravo and volunteer firefighters from the local area who hiked 7.4 miles roundtrip to deliver a total of 3,000 pounds of food to 172 families in the village during Chapel Hike 67, April 30, 2016. Chapel hikes, which have been taking place since 2003, contribute to the JTF’s mission objective of building partnership capacity with the Hondurans, as well as providing an opportunity for service members to show compassion and kindness to others who are in need. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. David Liapis/Released)
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Children from the village of Montaña La Oki, located 4,406 feet above sea level in the mountains east of Comayagua, Honduras, perform a cultural dance as a way of showing their appreciation to the 158 military and civilian members of Joint Task Force-Bravo and volunteer firefighters from the local area who hiked 7.4 miles roundtrip to deliver 3,000 pounds of food to 172 families in the village during Chapel Hike 67, April 30, 2016. Chapel hikes have been occurring since 2003, with the JTF-Bravo Chapel sponsoring an average of six every year. The hikes are designed to provide a practical way for JTF-Bravo members to engage and partner with local communities to provide support to surrounding villages in need of food and supplies. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. David Liapis/Released)
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The Mayor of Montaña La Oki, a village located 4,406 feet above sea level in the mountains east of Comayagua, Honduras, delivers a welcome speech to the 158 military and civilian members of Joint Task Force-Bravo and volunteer firefighters from the local area who hiked 7.4 miles roundtrip to deliver 3,000 pounds of food to 172 families in the village during Chapel Hike 67, April 30, 2016. The event was sponsored by the Soto Cano Air Base Chapel, and members of the Soto Cano community donated $3,150 in order to purchase the food. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. David Liapis/Released)
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U.S. Air Force Capt. Jesus Lopez, Joint Task Force-Bravo personnel officer, plays soccer with children from Montaña La Oki, a small village located in the mountains east of Comayagua, Honduras, while local village men hold U.S. and Honduran flags welcoming the participants of Chapel Hike 67 and the 3,000 pounds of food they carried 3.4 miles up the mountain, April 30, 2016. During the visit to Montaña La Oki, U.S. service members had the opportunity to watch local school children perform cultural dances, play soccer and hand out the bags of food to villagers as well as some Hondurans who traveled to the location on horseback from the surrounding mountains. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. David Liapis/Released)
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A member of Joint Task Force-Bravo hands out candy to some of the dozens of children of Montaña La Oki, a small village located in the mountains east of Comayagua, Honduras, during Chapel Hike 67, April 30, 3016. More than 158 military and civilian members of Joint Task Force-Bravo and volunteer firefighters from the local area hiked 7.4 miles roundtrip to deliver 3,000 pounds of food to 172 families in the village. Chapel Hikes provide an opportunity for service members to contribute to the JTF’s mission objective of building partnership capacity with the Hondurans as well as to show compassion and kindness to others who are in need. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. David Liapis/Released)
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Chapel Hike 67

Residents of Montaña La Oki, a small village located in the mountains east of Comayagua, Honduras, welcome U.S. service members and civilians from Joint Task Force-Bravo to their village, where 172 families awaited the arrival of the participants of Chapel Hike 67 and the 3,000 pounds of food they carried 3.4 miles up the mountain April 30, 2016. In addition to the ton-and-a-half of food, which was packed into 150 bags containing 20 pounds apiece by volunteers two nights prior to the trek, many hikers brought their own additional treats and toys to give to the dozens of children they met at the top of the mountain, which was 4,406 feet above sea level. The hikes are designed to provide a practical way for JTF-Bravo members to engage and partner with local communities to provide support to surrounding villages in need of food and supplies. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. David Liapis/Released)
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Chapel Hike 67

Some of the 158 members of Joint Task Force-Bravo, Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras, who participated in Chapel Hike 67 ascend the 3.7-mile road to Montaña La Oki, a small village located in the mountains east of Comayagua, Honduras, April 30, 2016 to deliver 3,000 pounds of food to 172 families in need. Chapel hikes have been occurring since 2003, with the JTF-Bravo Chapel sponsoring an average of six every year. The hikes are designed to provide a practical way for JTF-Bravo members to engage and partner with local communities to provide support to surrounding villages in need of food and supplies. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. David Liapis/Released)
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