Drexel University's Physical Therapy Club and the Arnold Air Society are proud to host a 5k fun run on July 13th to support our service men and women. The race will be held at the Valley Forge Military Academy in Wayne, PA. The Day of the Race: Registration will begin at 6:30 am next to the VFMA's track. Once you have registered and signed our racing waiver please proceed to the packet pick up area to pick up your chip timer, bib, t-shirt, and other goodies included. The race will begin with one lap around the track followed by a a 2.6 mile run through the beautiful campus of Valley Forge. The course will have plenty of hills but water stations will be provided every mile. The course will end with one more final victory lap around the track. More specifically: the race will take place on the cross country course at the Valley Forge academy. The race will begin and end at the Track in front of Tanner Hall.The race will consist of 3 loops. The first loop will cross around the back of tanner hall. The second loop will extend behind the Church of the Saviour. The course will double back to the track, and follow the same route as the first loop except runners will go up a steep hill, around an open field, and back down the hill continuing back towards and around the track to the finish line. Once all the runner's have crossed the finish line at approximately 8:50 the awards will be given out according to Age group, all ages are welcome. Live music will be provided by a local Philadelphia Band, 9th Life, as racers are welcome to complementary food and hydration after they have crossed the finish line. Register before June 28th for T-shirt guarantee! Proceeds: All Proceeds and Donations will be donated directly to the Wounded Warrior Project, to honor all those who have served us. About the WWP and their cause: The WWP was founded in 2003 in Roanoke, Virginia by a group of veterans and friends who took action to help the injured service men and women of this generation. The WWP mission is to honor and empower Wounded Warriors who incurred a physical or mental injury, illnesses, or wound, co-incident to your military service on or after September 11, 2001. WWP began as a small, grassroots effort to provide immediate assistance when a warrior of this generation was injured. The WWP felt they could do the most good by providing more comprehensive programs and services to the newly injured, rather than spread themselves too thin by trying to help all veterans. The WWP also knew there were many terrific veterans' organizations for warriors from previous conflicts, but very few focused on serving our newest generation. Please Join Us! July 13th, 2013 in our efforts to Honor and Support our Service men and women!