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OPERATION: MAN DOWN

OPERATION: MAN DOWN

FULL MISSION PROFILE

Situation:

While on a FID (foreign internal defense) mission to train Afghani military in patrol tactics, your squad was contacted by a group of armed insurgents, wounding one of the Afghani soldiers.  You were able to eliminate the initial threat, but more insurgents are on their way.  The wounded man has a life threatening gunshot wound to the leg, and while your medic has stabilized him for transport, he must get advanced medical care immediately if he is to live.

Objective:

Transport wounded teammate to medical aid station approximately 5 kilometers (3 miles) in 30 minutes or less.  Repel any enemy attacks along the way as quickly and efficiently as possible.

FMP Workout

Note – This workout is intended to be performed with a partner.

4 Rounds of:

  • Man 1 Carry Man 2 – 200 Meters
  • Both do 25 Push Ups
  • Man 2 Carry Man 1 – 200 Meters
  • Both do 25 Push Ups

4 Rounds of:

  • Man 1 Carry Man 2 – 200 Meters
  • Both do 25 Sit Ups
  • Man 2 Carry Man 1 – 200 Meters
  • Both do 25 Sit Ups

4 Rounds of:

  • Man 1 Carry Man 2 – 200 Meters
  • Both do 25 Squats
  • Man 2 Carry Man 1 – 200 Meters
  • Both do 25 Squats

You have 30 minutes to get the wounded soldier to the aid station.  Don’t waste time.

- 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.

010531-N-3889M-004 Talofofo, Guam (May 31, 2001) — Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Raymond Munn from Cheyenne, WY, assigned to the “Providers” of Helicopter Combat Support Squadron Five (HC-5), listens for correct tube placement on an intubated trauma victim during a search and rescue (SAR) exercise. Aviation Machinist’s Mate 3rd Class Todd Steinbrecher (right) from Kansas City, KS, assists in the simulated rescue. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer’s Mate 2nd Class Marjorie McNamee. (RELEASED)

Credit as U.S. Navy photo by Marjorie McNamee

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2 Comments

  1. Chopek March 31, 2010 at 10:37 am

    My partner and myself got worked on this one. I do however have a question on this workout. Is each exercise next to each bullet considered one round or are all four bullets per person one round? If that is the case it took us 1hr 30mins to complete. If each bullet is considered a round we would have met objective.

  2. Coach March 31, 2010 at 10:52 am

    A round consists of all four things. So you will have to do each of the elements 4 times total.
    Coach

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