Today we honor a living hero and friend to our very own James Vreeland, who just received the Medal of Honor.
AMRAP in 30 minutes:
– 3 rope ascents (scale to 2/1 ascent)
– 3 sandbag/stone/dball cleans and 25m carry (AHAP)
– 25m bear crawl
– 36 grappling shoot throughs
This award is not mine. This award wouldn’t exist without the team. If they weren’t doing their job, I wouldn’t have been able to do my job.
-Staff Sgt. Ronald J. Shurer II
Post total rounds to beyond the whiteboard.
The Medal of Honor is presented to former U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Ronald J. Shurer II during a ceremony at the White House in Washington, D.C., Oct. 1, 2018. Shurer was awarded the Medal of Honor for actions while serving as a senior medical sergeant with the Special Forces Operational Detachment Alpha 3336, Special Operations Task-Force-33, in support of Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan, April 6, 2008. (White House Photo by Shealah Craighead
“For more than six hours, Ron bravely faced down the enemy. Not a single American died in that brutal battle, thanks in great measure to Ron’s heroic actions.”
White House Ceremony, October 1, 2018