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Wing Reservist wins Kirkuck contest

TWO TONS.  After lifting 225 pounds 18 times, Air Force Reservist A1C Adam Murray had lifted a total of 4050 pounds.  That was what it took to win the bench press competition at Kirkuk Regional Air Base, Iraq on May 31, 2008.  The contest prize was a weight lifting belt, but the real prize was being the best.   A1C Murray is one of the Firefighters from Tinker's 507th Air Refueling Wing's Civil Engineer Squadron deployed to Kirkuk.

TWO TONS. After lifting 225 pounds 18 times, Air Force Reservist A1C Adam Murray had lifted a total of 4050 pounds. That was what it took to win the bench press competition at Kirkuk Regional Air Base, Iraq on May 31, 2008. The contest prize was a weight lifting belt, but the real prize was being the best. A1C Murray is one of the Firefighters from Tinker's 507th Air Refueling Wing's Civil Engineer Squadron deployed to Kirkuk.

TINKER AIR FORCE BASE, Oklahoma -- TWO TONS. After lifting 225 pounds 18 times, Air Force Reservist A1C Adam Murray had lifted a total of 4050 pounds. That was what it took to win the bench press competition at Kirkuk Regional Air Base, Iraq on May 31, 2008. The contest prize was a weight lifting belt, but the real prize was being the best. A1C Murray is one of the Firefighters from Tinker's 507th Air Refueling Wing's Civil Engineer Squadron deployed to Kirkuk.