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“A date that will live in infamy”


On December 7, 1941, Japanese planes attacked the United States Naval Base at Pearl Harbor External, Hawaii Territory, killing more than 2,300 Americans. … The following day, in an address to a joint session of Congress, President Franklin Roosevelt called December 7, 1941 “a date which will live in infamy.”

COP – SSH, Don Quixote, LBC’s

Mosey to field for sprints. Here is how it went down

Since the attack was in ’41, YHC decided sprint ladders were appropriate.

4x to the 25 yd, 3x to the 50 yd, 2x to the 75 yd & 1 x to the 100 yd. 23 ab exercises between each round (LBC’s & Pickle Pounders).

Rinse & repeat in reverse.

Short mosey to tennis courts for rotating Ring of Fire & Mary!


YHC was made aware of an open Q at Timberwolf. With some pressure I agreed to get back on the Q schedule. A quick Google search made YHC aware that today was the attack on Pearl Harbor. Solid work today men!

Wilson, Marmaduke & Manziel were all LIFO by 30 seconds or so thanks to a “faulty” alarm by Honeymoon……….it’s the button that says ON!


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  1. Bring back the #runningsucks version of Wilson! I think this might have been the last thing I would have expected from you today. Almost made me wish Bobber and I kept running away and didn’t circle back when the LIFO crew rolled into the AO.

    In all seriousness – great job. I was smoked. And, the reminder about the significance of today was great motivation — I’m thankful to be running for fun and exercise rather than running for my life.

    Great send off in the COT Marmaduke. Well done men!

  2. Great tribute and recognition Wilson! I’m smoked, like Gumbo said, go back to running sucks please! Strong work gents!