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THOUGH it may never become an Olympic sport, bowling in protective masks, chemical suits and gloves provided a few thrills recently as military-intelligence soldiers put a new spin on training. The Soldiers of Company B, 532nd Military Intelligence Battalion, at Camp Humphreys, Korea bowled for about two hours as part of their nuclear, biological and chemical training, and as a way to build unit camaraderie.

PFC Lee Seung-mok prepares to roll a ball during gas mask bowling at the Strike Zone Bowling Center.

SSG Teresa Dyson rolls a ball during unit training.

Bowlers log their names into the automatic scoring system during "gas mask bowling."

SGT Fabyolla Joseph watches as other Soldiers bowl in protective masks.

A losing team knocks out push-ups after a round of gas-mask bowling.
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Publication:Soldiers Magazine
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Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Jul 1, 2005
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