Off and Walking: USO-Sponsored Vet Margaux Mange Starts Walking With the Wounded South Pole Allied Challenge
They’re off and walking to the South Pole. Medically retired Army Sgt. Margaux Mange and her American teammates (known as Team Noom) are currently somewhere in Antarctica pushing toward the South Pole.
The USO is sponsoring Mange - who was injured by roadside bombs in Iraq - on her extreme adventure. You can find daily updates on the entire Walking With the Wounded South Pole Allied Challenge here.
And if you want to know even more about her journey, check out this video from the Walking With the Wounded stateside sendoff Nov. 8, when Mange shared her story and her inspiration for taking on the walk:
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