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While on routine armored vehicle patrol in Al Anbar Province, Iraq, your security team was ambushed by a 5-6 man group of insurgents from a nearby store front on the left.  The ambush was initiated by exploding an IED, which disabled the vehicle but did not harm your team.  The insurgents are firing small arms at the vehicle through the storefront window and appear to be assembling an RPG to fire into a local school.


Half of your team will provide suppressive fire while the remaining members maneuver to safe firing positions.  Your team will leap frog in this tactical fire-and-maneuver fashion until you are close enough to the storefront to eliminate the insurgents.

It is imperative that your team maintain constant contact with the enemy and take out the insurgents in less than 10 minutes to avoid civilian casualties.

FMP Workout:

Move into Position

6 Rounds of:

  • Fire – 20 Push Ups / 20 Squats
  • Maneuver – Sprint 50 Yards

Eliminate Threat

  • 100 burpees

Accuracy with Intensity

Make every shot count by ensuring technical accuracy

- Warning -

Full Mission Profile workouts are for elite athletes.
Not there yet?  Check out the Brass Ring Cycle.
*Full Mission Profiles are fictitious representations of possible real-world scenarios.
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  1. jordan wallace December 28, 2009 at 2:03 pm

    Hi Coach, when are more FMP’s coming our way?

  2. Chandler Walker December 30, 2009 at 11:23 pm

    Nice job on the CFR interview coach! We had both you and Alena on the same episode.

  3. Brad Brew December 31, 2009 at 9:14 am

    Hey Coach…

    Thanks for a incredible year of FMPs…

    Especially… the fact that they are free… Cant complain!!!

    This truly show your dedication to human performance!!!

    Have a great new year… And i look forward to the new challenges ahaead…

    HMC Brew

  4. sas-wannabe February 6, 2010 at 11:05 pm

    is it the whole workout in less than 10 or just the burpees? (don’t get me wrong either one is hardcore!)

  5. Coach February 7, 2010 at 7:02 am

    SAS Wannabe,
    The whole workout. Good luck.

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