Combat engineers build bridge over muddy water for World Famous Mud Run

Cpl. Jervis Hettrick, left, and Lance Cpl. Christopher De Casanova, combat engineer, move a roller beam on May 29, 2014, that will support a bridge for the Camp Pendleton Mud Run at Camp Pendleton. (Photo by Lance Cpl. Keenan Zelazoski)

Cpl. Jervis Hettrick, left, and Lance Cpl. Christopher De Casanova, combat engineer, move a roller beam on May 29, 2014, that will support a bridge for the Camp Pendleton Mud Run at Camp Pendleton. (Photo by Lance Cpl. Keenan Zelazoski)

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