It was a perfect morning, clear skies and starry skies. What more could a Pax ask for to burn off some leftover Halloween candy? Quite possibly more sleep since we were off count by about five due to some late night trick or treating.
0530 struck and the pax moseyed over to the main parking lot. SSH, Imperial Walkers, Weedpickers and a Circle Burp for good measure since more than a few pax took exception to YHC’s form for Imperial Walkers. You do you and I’ll do me…
The pax counted off by fours and formed four rows of fours. Lining up arms length apart from the pax to the right and arms length from the pax in front. In a formation Gunnery Sargent Hartman would be proud of, the Pax double timed out of the parking lot, executed a nearly picture perfect column right march and headed for fields six and seven. Some old school jodiess were chanted on the way, some which perhaps could not be repeated.
At the common area the pax paired up from some Dora. Burpees, Jump Squats, Flutter Kicks and American Hammers. Ha-Ha led planks until the six was in. Nobody guessed what YHC had for dinner the night before, which was on the back of the Dora board. Not the actual meal, that would be gross.
The pax formed up again and moseyed back to the main parking lot. Improv jodiess again were called out. At the big parking lot we had four corners of Mucho Chesto. 5 Hand Release Mercans, 10 Diamond Mercans, 15 Regular Mercans and 20 Offset Mercans on the curb. After 4+ laps and 200+ Mercans it was back to the flag for some Mary.
Santa Ruck rep needed for the Norseman. Prayers for Ha-Ha’s friends who are going through a tough time as a couple.
No disrespect meant towards our great Air Force. Just jealousy coming out since they have the most luxurious bases and only take the best and brightest.
Always an honor to Q for this group of fine men. Highlight of the week for YHC.