KBR sponsorship has also been extended to the Army Ten-Miler Shadow Run series

HOUSTON, October 20, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — KBR (NYSE: KBR) today announced that it is once again co-presenting sponsor of the 38th annual Army Ten-Miler and, for the first time this year, was proudly the official sponsor of the Army Ten-Miler Series Miler Shadow Run. This year, the iconic Army Ten-Miler Race returned to in-person racing on Sunday October 9 in washington d.c. KBR has been a major sponsor of this event since 2005.

The Army Ten-Miler is the third largest 10-mile race in the world, with a mission to support Army awareness, boost morale and promote physical fitness. This year the race attracted approximately 20,000 runners and hundreds of volunteers. To date, the Army Ten-Miler has generated over $8 million for the Army’s Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) programs.

At the race, KBR sponsorship provided free shuttle service, hospitality tents, water, pre-packaged lunch boxes and a meeting area where family and friends connect with runners. KBR also sponsored the Hooah Tent Zone where participants and soldiers mixed after the race. In the area, KBR continued its tradition of serving Wisconsin bratwursts and provided a photo booth to document the day.

The Army Ten-Miler Shadow Run Series provides an opportunity for Army personnel and families stationed overseas to participate in the race. KBR sponsorship covered Shadow Run events hosted by MWR at 22 locations on four continents, with a total of 3,500 runners.

“We were thrilled to be back in person this year at the Army Ten-Miler, continuing our support for American soldiers and their families,” said Byron BrightPresident, KBR Government Solutions US “We are also thrilled to be a part of this year’s Shadow Run series. Whether at the finish line or on the front lines, KBR supports US armed forces around the world. We are therefore honored to offer this opportunity to our service members in the United States and abroad.”

This year, KBR also donated a booth for the Army Ten-Miler Expo to the DC Armory to Wear Blue: Run to Remember, a 501(c)3 nonprofit whose mission is to honor the service and sacrifice of the US military. by active memory. On October 7 and 8, all Army Ten-Miler runners picked up race packs at Expo where they had the opportunity to learn more about Wear Blue: Run to Remember.

KBR has provided critical military solutions since World War II. The company helps ensure troop readiness and provides the systems and technologies that enable the US military to maintain its competitive advantage in times of conflict and peacetime. Known for pioneering cutting-edge solutions, KBR lends its domain expertise to the US military, NASA, foreign allies and commercial customers.

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