While on patrol, your squad of Marines was contacted by a group of insurgents equipped with small arms and rocket propelled grenades.  Your squad of Marines successfully repelled the enemy after a short intense firefight and created an effective defensive fighting position, but sustained a number of casualties in the process.


As the Fleet Marine Force Corpsman, while your squad finishes the job, you must triage the casualties and provide the necessary field medical aid in order to successfully evacuate the casualties.

FMP Workout

Movement to Contact:

  • Ruck March 2 miles with 50+lbs pack.


Drop your pack and execute the following in a controlled but expedited manner

50 – 35 – 20 of:

  • Sandbag Swings (50lbs / 35lbs) – OK to use Kettlebell.
  • Box Jumps (24″ / 20″)
  • Ammo Can Thrusters (50lbs / 35lbs) – OK to use Kettlebell or single Dumbbell.


4 Rounds of:

  • Run 50 Yards
  • 10 Burpees

Evacuate the Casualties:

4 Rounds of:

  • Casualty drag 25 yards
  • 25 Push Ups

4 Rounds of:

  • Casualty fireman’s carry 25 yards
  • 25 Squats

Return to FOB:

  • Ruck March 2 miles with 50+lbs pack

This FMP is dedicated to the US Navy Corpsmen, otherwise known as “Devil Docs”, that USMC Units across the globe rely on for care under fire.

If possible, execute this training mission with a partner.

Stay together in first 3 elements (Movement to Contact, Contact, and Triage).

Take turns dragging or carrying your partner in 4th element (Evacuate the Casualties).  Each person will need to complete 4 rounds.

Stay together in final element (Return to FOB).


- 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.