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Old 26 May 2019, 22:12
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Total casualty numbers by BN?

Anyone have the numbers of the total KIA per BN? Iíve left messages with 75th PAO but no replies.

Reason Iím asking is to create a workout to do with other Rangers in the area in remembrance. It would look something like this-

175 lbs bench- 1 rep for each 1/75 KIA
275 lb squat- 1 rep for each 2/75 KIA
375 lb deadlift- 1 rep for each 3/75 KIA
75 m sprint- 1 for each 75th (HQ element) KIA
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Old 27 May 2019, 01:38
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[QUOTE=275RLTW;1058796720]Anyone have the numbers of the total KIA per BN? Iíve left messages with 75th PAO but no replies.

Reason Iím asking is to create a workout to do with other Rangers in the area in remembrance. It would look something like this-

175 lbs bench- 1 rep for each 1/75 KIA
275 lb squat- 1 rep for each 2/75 KIA
375 lb deadlift- 1 rep for each 3/75 KIA
75 m sprint- 1 for each 75th (HQ element) KIA[/QUOTE

Throw a decimal point in there behind that first number and I am eating this with a big spoon, Ranger!
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Old 27 May 2019, 08:34
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In 1 set? If so, I hope 3/75 hasn't had a lot of KIAs - I'm on 6x6 at 360 for DL and it's an ass kicker (80% projected 1RM for me). That's a cool thing you cooked up though :thumbsup:
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Old 27 May 2019, 19:29
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In 1 set? If so, I hope 3/75 hasn't had a lot of KIAs - I'm on 6x6 at 360 for DL and it's an ass kicker (80% projected 1RM for me). That's a cool thing you cooked up though :thumbsup:
No, donít think anyone could do it in one set. Idea is to complete it in as little down time as possible.
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Old 27 May 2019, 19:45
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You can get the total numbers from the USASOC Memorial page on the official .mil site. It will take a bit, but all the names are there.
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Old 27 May 2019, 22:39
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You can get the total numbers from the USASOC Memorial page on the official .mil site. It will take a bit, but all the names are there.
Gracias. Got it.



Ok, this is going to hurt but here it is (since 2001):

“The Regiment”
Bench 175 lbs x 17
Squat 275 lbs x 16
Deadlift 375 lbs x 30
75 m sprints x 3
...and then some.

All for time. Any order. Rest as needed but done in 1 session.
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Old 28 May 2019, 04:40
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