Michael Marshall, left, and Ethan Rooney, right, wrestle in the mud pit at the starting line of the Face Your Fears Challenge on Saturday at Palmetto Bluff's Moreland Landing. Proceeds from the event will benefit the U.S. Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command Foundation, the Brothers in Arms Foundation, the Lone Survivor Foundation and the Navy Seal Warrior Fund.
Michael Marshall, left, and Ethan Rooney, right, wrestle in the mud pit at the starting line of the Face Your Fears Challenge on Saturday at Palmetto Bluff's Moreland Landing. Proceeds from the event will benefit the U.S. Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command Foundation, the Brothers in Arms Foundation, the Lone Survivor Foundation and the Navy Seal Warrior Fund. Delayna Earley/Staff photo
Michael Marshall, left, and Ethan Rooney, right, wrestle in the mud pit at the starting line of the Face Your Fears Challenge on Saturday at Palmetto Bluff's Moreland Landing. Proceeds from the event will benefit the U.S. Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command Foundation, the Brothers in Arms Foundation, the Lone Survivor Foundation and the Navy Seal Warrior Fund. Delayna Earley/Staff photo

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