OPERATION: SUDDEN FURY

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OPERATION: SUDDEN FURY

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Situation:

Approximately 4 weeks ago, a young Army PFC was abducted by suspected Taliban insurgents just outside of a FOB.  Based on human and satellite intelligence reports, the kidnappers have been moving the hostage from location to location.  Local counterinsurgency efforts have uncovered a scheduled move that will take place in a location where a hostage rescue has a chance for success.

Objective:

Conduct Long Range Patrol to lay up point along the route expected to be travelled by Taliban.  Lay up until the convoy carrying the hostage goes by, and then conduct ambush and hostage rescue.

Important elements for mission success include – undetected movement over rugged terrain, and violence of action in ambush/hostage rescue.

FMP WORKOUT

Insert:

  • With a 75lbs Rucksack – Patrol 6 Miles
  • Rest for at least 4 hours

Hostage Rescue:

21 – 15 – 9

  • Barbell Thrusters (95lbs/65lbs)
  • Burpees

21 – 15 – 9

  • Kettlebell Swings (53lbs/35lbs)
  • Run 100 Yards (after each set)

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*Full Mission Profiles are fictitious representations of possible real-world scenarios.
By | 2017-01-10T19:26:03+00:00 March 20th, 2011|Categories: All Entries, Full Mission Profile|Tags: , , |

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