A Toughish and a Half – An 18 Hour Ruck Event
12/4/2020 9:00 PM 18 hours? Really? Yup, really – it’s shorter than the P200/BRR but longer than a Tough. It’s gotta be long enough to make all the training worth it! Plus there’s a patch at the end! See the Preblast Here For more information, see: Catfish
Runners Simply Looking to Run with Other Runners to Push and Support One Another
10/24/2020 6:00 AM 2020 has presented various challenges on varying levels for everyone as we all know. And, in many instances, various things have been postponed or cancelled given the circumstances surrounding 2020. So, the intent of this informal, unofficial thing is to just bring runners together to go out and run no matter the level whether it be a couch to 5K run all the way up to pushing through a full marathon. See the PreBlast Here.
Weekly Q Source Topic -SUA SPONTE LEADER (Q4.1)
A Man Who Has Been Freed To Lead
Make clear the Mission
Sua Sponte is Latin for “of his own accord”. In the law, a judge acts sua sponte when he exercises his inherent authority to make a ruling without a petition from a lawyer do so. He takes the initiative to act on his own accord. Sua Sponte is also the motto of the United States Army’s 75th Ranger Regiment. It is a recognition that to become a Ranger a man must be a triple volunteer: first the Army, then Airborne School and finally the Ranger Regiment. Rangers aren’t drafted, they must make the choice for themselves–three times. The Rangers are elite because every man there is taught to be a Leader and every Leader is expected to take the initiative to do what is necessary to accomplish the unit’s mission. Read More.
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