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The officer was wounded in the arm.
Saturday's event marked the first U.S. national championship for the Olympiad.
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The breakout comes despite security upgrades after a separate escape earlier this month.
People urged to stay away from Mt. Ontake in central Japan.
The New York governor made the trip as part of a delegation invited by the Pentagon.
Disgraced ex-congressman Jim Traficant was in a class of his own.