Hosted and sponsored by Candyss and Associates in 2017 for charitable partners 2nd Hooah Foundation, Darby Project and National Ranger Association. 


The Mogadishu Mile refers to a route that was run my American Rangers and Delta Force soldiers from a helicopter crash site to an appointed rally point held by the 10th Mountain Division on National Street during the Battle of Mogadishu on October 4, 1993.  The Americans involved were part of Task Force Ranger, an attempt to eradicate Somali warlord Mohamed Farrah Aidid. Originally they were supposed to take cover by running alongside a convoy of Humvees and armored personnel carriers, however when the convoy failed to understand the vehicles were needed for cover, they left them and the soldiers were forced to run without support and with very little ammunition.              

  • More than 600 participants in 2016
  • Estimated attendance for 2016 is 1200
  • Proceeds will go to 2nd Hooah Foundation


Columbus, GA