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Ultra-Running Podcast with WADS air battle manager

The first episode of the 2019 Washington National Guard Raven Conversations is avaliable on iTunes.  In eposide 7, Jason Kriess and Sara Morris talk with Master Sgt. Samantha Stewart with the 194th Wing about the free yoga class she teaches every Wednesday at 11:15 a.m. in building 109 at Camp Murray, Washington.  The second half of the podcast, 1st Lt. Krosby Keller, 225th Air Defense Squadron air battle manager, talks about his experiences with ultra-running and competing in two 100 mile races.  The podcast can be found at https://itunes.apple.com/podcast/id1437664943?id=1437664943

The first episode of the 2019 Washington National Guard Raven Conversations is avaliable on iTunes. In eposide 7, Jason Kriess and Sara Morris talk with Master Sgt. Samantha Stewart with the 194th Wing about the free yoga class she teaches every Wednesday at 11:15 a.m. in building 109 at Camp Murray, Washington. The second half of the podcast, 1st Lt. Krosby Keller, 225th Air Defense Squadron air battle manager, talks about his experiences with ultra-running and competing in two 100 mile races. The podcast can be found at https://itunes.apple.com/podcast/id1437664943?id=1437664943

1st Lt. Krosby Keller, 225th Air Defense Squadron air battle manager, runs the San Diego 100 ultra marathon June 8, 2018.  The San Diego 100 is a mountain race that takes place east of San Diego in June every year that runs through the Pacific Coast Trail and Cuyamaca State Park.

1st Lt. Krosby Keller, 225th Air Defense Squadron air battle manager, runs the San Diego 100 ultra marathon June 8, 2018. The San Diego 100 is a mountain race that takes place east of San Diego in June every year that runs through the Pacific Coast Trail and Cuyamaca State Park.

JOINT BASE LEWIS-MCCHORD, Wash. -- 1st Lt. Krosby Keller, 225th Air Defense Squadron air battle manager is an avid ultra runner. Most people think of long distance running in terms of marathon or 26.2 miles. Ultra running goes even further -- 50, 100 even 200 miles! Listen to the Washington National Guard Raven Conversations podcast for an indepth interview about Keller's experiences running 100 mile races.