Fort Benning

March 4, 2014 4:59 PM

Sgt. Josh Hargis participates in last part of Warrior Walk

With a little less than half a mile to go, Army Sgt. Josh Hargis, the soldier known for the “salute seen around the world,” made the participants of the Warrior’s Walk stop.

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