Run 6 miles. Drinks lots of water.
Break down of 6 miles run:
Moderate pace out to 3 miles – and return like someone is chasing you and/or you’re late for the most important interview of your life!
All three Ranger Battalions conducted combat jumps in the 1989 invasion of Panama.
Rangers conduct a combat jump in Iraq near Haditha Dam which they later captured from Iraqi forces.
"No Days Off.” That should be the mantra of all aspiring Special Operations troops. And we do what we can here to help those young people prepare. We post a daily workout program to help aspiring Special Operations candidates to properly prepare themselves physically for the various Selection courses. Being prepared physically will also carry over mentally as well, filling the candidate with confidence to be able to handle anything thrown at him. But with the preparation comes the inevitable running and rucking that must be done to be ready once the rubber hits the road. But if you’re one of those “fortunate” souls who lives or is stationed in the Northeast United States right now, Mother Nature has thrown us a curve. Or to put bluntly, she is a vindictive Bi**h. Back-to-back-to-back late season Nor’easters have blanketed the area with snow. While during the storms themselves, there isn’t much that can be done safely out of doors, once it is over, don’t let the elements stop or even slow down your preparation. It may be a bit different for a bit, but a break in the usual monotony can be a good thing. As a member of the Special Operations MORE »