Wisconsin couple to compete on 'Amazing Race'

Maj. Dave Brown and his wife Rachel of Madison will be among 12 couples competing for $1 million on the CBS game show. Dave is a Wisconsin Army National Guard officer. He says his 16 years of service and deployments to Iraq should help with challenges. The 20th season of the "Amazing Race" debuts Sunday, February 19.
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Maj. Dave Brown and his wife Rachel of Madison will be among 12 couples competing for $1 million on the CBS game show. Dave is a Wisconsin Army National Guard officer. He told the Associated Press his 16 years of service and deployments to Iraq should help with challenges. The 20th season of the "Amazing Race" debuts Sunday, February 19.

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