In 1942, anywhere from 76,000 to 100,000 American and Filipino POWs were marched for days without food or water for fear of being executed by their Japanese captors across the Bataan peninsula. Thousands of them died.
Every year at the White Sands Missile Range outside Las Cruces, NM, a march is held in memory of those individuals so that we can honor their sacrifice for us to enjoy the liberties and freedoms we have today. The website is Bataan March
I am a Kansas Air National Guardsman. I participated on a team as the "Military Light" category, though you can go as a civilian.
This is an entry in the Burning Questions: team-building contest
Step 1: Team it up
Your team will help you train, keep you focused and most importantly support you to the finish.
Many of the original Bataan POWs marched alongside others and did not experience the support needed to keep themselves alive.