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Photo essay: Maryland Air National Guard members support the Ride Across Maryland

(Left to right) Tech. Sgt. Brandon Helt, Tech. Sgt. Matthew Shortridge, Staff Sgt David Deutsch and retired Lt. Col. Butch Hensel, stand with their motorcycles on the flight line at the Maryland Air National Guard, 175th Wing at Warfield Air National Guard Base in Baltimore, Md., June 3, 2011. They are ready to ride 150 miles in the Ride Across Maryland to benefit breast cancer. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Ed Bard/Released)

(Left to right) Tech. Sgt. Brandon Helt, Tech. Sgt. Matthew Shortridge, Staff Sgt David Deutsch and retired Lt. Col. Butch Hensel, stand with their motorcycles on the flight line at the Maryland Air National Guard, 175th Wing at Warfield Air National Guard Base in Baltimore, Md., June 3, 2011. They are ready to ride 150 miles in the Ride Across Maryland to benefit breast cancer. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Ed Bard/Released)

6/8/2011 - Baltimore -- The Maryland Air Guard Riders shined up their motorcycles and raised over $2,400 to fight breast cancer. Six riders participated in the Ride Across Maryland June 4 through the 6, 2011. The 150 mile ride led the team from the Columbia Mall to Ocean City, Md. Tech. Sgt. Brandon Helt, from the Maryland Air National Guard's 135th Airlift Group was the team captain. Other team members included Senior Master Sgt Craig Rabinowitz, Tech. Sgt. Matthew Shortridge, Staff Sgt David Deutsch, retired Lt. Col. Butch Hensel, and retired Army Sgt. Vince Webster. The team raised $2,440 during the weekend event. View the slideshow