Photo of the Day: Zombies Attack Royal Air Force Lakenheath, No Survivors!

Via USAF:
ROYAL AIR FORCE LAKENHEATH, England — Members of the 48th Security Forces Squadron cordon off a safe haven for runners during the RAF Lakenheath Survival Challenge Oct. 19, 2012. More than 100 base personnel volunteered to be undead during the run hosted by Lib 5/6, RAF Lakenheath’s E-5 and E-6 private organization. Runners were released in groups of 8 to 15 through a base-wide course filled with peril. Their objective was to finish the run with at least one of their three “lives” remaining. The zombies were classed by speed; “crawlers” were slow, “lurchers” were a medium speed and “the infected” were sprinters. The event mixed fun and fitness with the spirit of Halloween.

(from left) Senior Airmen Sean Hilton, 48th Logistics Readiness Squadron fuels distribution operator, Codey Van Horne, 48th Civil Engineer Squadron water fuels systems maintenance, and Anthony Grant, 748th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron electrical and environmental systems apprentice, attempt to break through “dead end” tape prior to the RAF Lakenheath Survival Challenge Oct. 19, 2012. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Lausanne Morgan)

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