The times of the infamous Berlin airlift and sky traffic at one of the world’s most iconic airports are long gone. Decades ago this was the home turf of American Air Force soldiers, stationed in West Berlin back then, keeping their mind and bodies fit simply for the joy of sports. Like-minded troopers with a passion for diverse athletic disciplines suddenly united under the same name - the Berlin Braves. Berlin running crew the Berlin Braves was shot for the latest issue of Lodown magazine by Jens Kaesemann at the Tempelhof airport. Dressed in some of the slickest athletic gear of the current Spring/Summer 2013 season, running has never been more stylish. Get the new Lodown Magazine iPad App here.

Video: Hendrik Thul Fotos: Jens Kaesemann Styling: Berlin Braves Make-up: Julia Barde Production: Tom Gabrea / POSITIVE INC.

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