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Massachusetts Air Guard participates in 10th annual Seaside LeMans

The 102nd Intelligence Wing Honor Guard presents the colors at the 10th annual Seaside LeMans go-kart race, Sept. 11, at Mashpee Commons, Mass.  Seaside LeMans is known as 'The race for the Cape Cod community' and has raised more than $2.8 million since it began in 2001.  All proceeds of the event are donated to The Cape Cod Foundation, which distributes 100 percent of each year's funds to the designated beneficiaries for that year.  
(U.S. Air Force photo by Maj. Nicole Ivers)

The 102nd Intelligence Wing Honor Guard presents the colors at the 10th annual Seaside LeMans go-kart race, Sept. 11, at Mashpee Commons, Mass. Seaside LeMans is known as 'The race for the Cape Cod community' and has raised more than $2.8 million since it began in 2001. All proceeds of the event are donated to The Cape Cod Foundation, which distributes 100 percent of each year's funds to the designated beneficiaries for that year. (U.S. Air Force photo by Maj. Nicole Ivers)

Col. Anthony E. Schiavi, 102nd Intelligence Wing commander, prepares to put the pedal-to-the-metal in the 10th annual Seaside LeMans, Sept. 11, at Mashpee Commons, Mass.  Seaside LeMans is known as 'The race for the Cape Cod community' and has raised more than $2.8 million since it began in 2001.  All proceeds of the event are donated to The Cape Cod Foundation, which distributes 100 percent of each year's funds to the designated beneficiaries for that year.  
(U.S. Air Force photo by Maj. Nicole Ivers)

Col. Anthony E. Schiavi, 102nd Intelligence Wing commander, prepares to put the pedal-to-the-metal in the 10th annual Seaside LeMans, Sept. 11, at Mashpee Commons, Mass. Seaside LeMans is known as 'The race for the Cape Cod community' and has raised more than $2.8 million since it began in 2001. All proceeds of the event are donated to The Cape Cod Foundation, which distributes 100 percent of each year's funds to the designated beneficiaries for that year. (U.S. Air Force photo by Maj. Nicole Ivers)

Col. Anthony E. Schiavi, 102nd Intelligence Wing commander, navigates the Seaside LeMans course in go-kart number five, Sept. 11, at Mashpee Commons, Mass.  Seaside LeMans is known as 'The race for the Cape Cod community' and has raised more than $2.8 million since it began in 2001.  All proceeds of the event are donated to The Cape Cod Foundation, which distributes 100 percent of each year's funds to the designated beneficiaries for that year.
(U.S. Air Force photo by Maj. Nicole Ivers)

Col. Anthony E. Schiavi, 102nd Intelligence Wing commander, navigates the Seaside LeMans course in go-kart number five, Sept. 11, at Mashpee Commons, Mass. Seaside LeMans is known as 'The race for the Cape Cod community' and has raised more than $2.8 million since it began in 2001. All proceeds of the event are donated to The Cape Cod Foundation, which distributes 100 percent of each year's funds to the designated beneficiaries for that year. (U.S. Air Force photo by Maj. Nicole Ivers)

Col. Anthony E. Schiavi, 102nd Intelligence Wing commander, maintains good position with go-kart number five in order to keep go-kart number eight from passing during the 10th annual Seaside LeMans, Sept. 11, at Mashpee Commons, Mass.  Seaside LeMans is known as 'The race for the Cape Cod community' and has raised more than $2.8 million since it began in 2001.  All proceeds of the event are donated to The Cape Cod Foundation, which distributes 100 percent of each year's funds to the designated beneficiaries for that year.  
(U.S. Air Force photo by Maj. Nicole Ivers)

Col. Anthony E. Schiavi, 102nd Intelligence Wing commander, maintains good position with go-kart number five in order to keep go-kart number eight from passing during the 10th annual Seaside LeMans, Sept. 11, at Mashpee Commons, Mass. Seaside LeMans is known as 'The race for the Cape Cod community' and has raised more than $2.8 million since it began in 2001. All proceeds of the event are donated to The Cape Cod Foundation, which distributes 100 percent of each year's funds to the designated beneficiaries for that year. (U.S. Air Force photo by Maj. Nicole Ivers)

MASHPEE, Mass. -- A team of Massachusetts Air National Guardsmen from the 102nd Intelligence Wing, Otis ANG Base, participated in the 10th annual Seaside LeMans go-kart race, Sept. 11, at Mashpee Commons, Mass.

Seaside LeMans is known as 'The race for the Cape Cod community' and has raised more than $2.8 million since it began in 2001. All proceeds of the event are donated to The Cape Cod Foundation, which distributes 100 percent of each year's funds to the designated beneficiaries for that year.