I. Row 500m
II. 2 Rounds of
5 x Air Squat to Medicine Ball
5 x Medicine Ball Sumo Deadlift
5 x Medicine Ball Sumo Deadlift High Pull
5 x Medicine Ball Power Clean
5 x Medicine Ball Clean
10 x Hollow Rocks
III. Mobility & Yoga Poses
Impact/Focus: Deadlift, Hang Power Clean, Push Jerk Practice
10:00 Warm-up & Movement point of performance review
HERO WOD: “DT”
5 Rounds for time of
12 x Deadlift (155/105lbs)
9 x Hang Power Cleans (155/105lbs)
6 x Push Jerk (155/105lbs)
Notes: Guidelines for scaling weight will be addressed during the impact/whiteboard brief.
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ABOUT USAF SSgt Timothy P. Davis
HURLBURT FIELD, Fla. (AFNS) — An Air Force Special Operations Command combat control journeyman died Feb. 20 while supporting Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan.
Staff Sgt. Timothy P. Davis, 28, of Aberdeen, Wash., died near Bagram, Afghanistan, of wounds suffered when his vehicle encountered an improvised explosive device.
He was assigned to the 23rd Special Tactics Squadron from Hurlburt Field, Fla.
“Sergeant Davis, or ‘DT’ as we know him here at the squadron, will be sorely missed,” said Maj. Travis Woodworth, acting commander of the 23rd STS.
Sergeant Davis enlisted in 1999 and was initially trained as a survival, evasion, resistance and escape instructor after completing basic training. He entered the combat control career field in June 2003. After completing more than two years of training, he reported to the 23rd STS here and served on a combat control team.
Sergeant Davis qualified as a joint terminal attack controller, enabling him to provide direct aircraft and support ground combat operations while embedded with U.S. and coalition special forces. This was his second deployment as a JTAC to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
“Tim was one of the first squadron members to volunteer for this recent deployment, despite just getting back from one less than a year ago,” Major Woodworth said. “He was the epitome of the quiet professional that we in the Special Operations community strive to be.”
The sergeant’s military decorations include the Bronze Star, Purple Heart, Air Force Commendation Medal and the Air Force Achievement Medal.