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Join us July 4th at 8a for freedom wod!

C2X CrossFit – Commitment To Excellence C2X

Warm Up Redux+ (No Measure)

3Rds
every :15
Jumping Jacks
Air Squat
MTN Climber
Jump Squat
then
3Rds
Plank series
Front
Side/side
Superman

Operation Red Wings (Time)

Operation Red Wings

For time:

3/4-mile run (1,200 meters)

Then,

16 rounds for time of:

8 toes-to-bars

8 burpee box jump-overs

Then,

47 goblet squats

♀20-inch box and a 53-lb kettlebell

♂24-inch box and a 70-lb kettlebell

On June 28, 2005, an MH-47 Chinook helicopter carrying a Quick Reaction Force of eight Navy SEALs and eight Army Night Stalkers (members of the U.S. Army’s 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment) were killed in action during Operation Red Wings in Kunar Province, Afghanistan. This part of the operation was an attempt to rescue Lt. Michael P. Murphy , Gunner’s Mate 2nd Class Danny Dietz, Sonar Technician 2nd Class Matthew Axelson, and Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Marcus Luttrell, who had been cut off and outnumbered by Taliban fighters during a reconnaissance mission deep behind enemy lines. Three of the four SEALs on the ground were killed — Murphy, Axelson, and Dietz — with Luttrell being the lone survivor. The other eight SEALs and eight Night Stalkers were killed when the MH-47 Chinook, coming in to aid the ground team, was shot down by an enemy RPG and the helicopter broke apart, crashing down into the side of a mountain.

– ¾-mile run to commemorate the three out of four SEALs killed on the ground

– 16 rounds to commemorate the 16 service members killed during the rescue attempt

– 8 toes-to-bars to commemorate the eight Night Stalkers

– 8 burpee box jump-overs to commemorate the eight SEALs

– 47 goblet squats for the MH-47 Chinook that was lost
It’s July 4th! Freedom!