Web
Analytics

OPERATION: HOUSE TO HOUSE

/, Full Mission Profile/OPERATION: HOUSE TO HOUSE

OPERATION: HOUSE TO HOUSE

House to House by David Bellavia and John R. Bruning

Full Mission Profile

Situation:

Large numbers of enemy fighters are known to be residing in an upscale neighborhood in an Iraqi city.  Intelligence sources report that the insurgents are planning a large scale offensive against the occupying American military as well as the new Iraqi government.

Objective:

As part of a large scale MOUT mission, your 4 man fire team will assault a small section of the neighborhood consisting of 9 residences.  There is expected to be extreme resistance, necessitating vigorous violence of action.  Your team will be inserted via Bradley Fighting Vehicle to within 400 Meters of your target.  Once all residences are cleared, radio the TOC for exfil orders.

FMP Workout

Review CQC PT Instructions – particularly Movement within the Room.

  • 3 Rounds of:
  • Run 400 Meters

Room #1

  • 20 Push Ups
  • 20 Sit Ups
  • 20 Squats
  • 10 Box Jumps (20″/24″)

Room #2

  • 15 Kettlebell Swings (53#/35#)
  • 15 Deadlift (135#/95#)
  • 15 Dips
  • 15 Dumbbell Push Press (20#/30#)

Room #3

  • 10 Cleans (95#135#)
  • 10 Thrusters (45#/65#)
  • 10 KB Snatch – 5 each arm (35#/53#)
  • 10 Burpees

Upon completion – Call for Exfil.

Notes:

This Full Mission Profile was inspired by the book:  House to House by David Bellavia and John R. Bruning.

This book is an excellent depiction of the heroism of America’s sons and daughters and is a must read for anyone who relies, even in part, on the media to form their opinions.

Make sure you look over the CQC PT instructions before starting.  Clearing each room will require every member of the team to execute all stations in each room – movement within the room.

- 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.
By |2017-01-10T19:31:12+00:00July 11th, 2010|Categories: All Entries, Full Mission Profile|Tags: , , |

About the Author:

One Comment

  1. Justin S. January 5, 2011 at 5:05 pm

    46:35 (1.5 pood kbell, 65# thruster, 95# clean, 20# db, 135# DL, 24″ box). Very enjoyable long mixed modality. Thanks!

Comments are closed.