Pain is temporary, giving up is forever ...

CPT Sarah Cudd from Public Health Command, Fort Knox is only 1 of the 46 candidates who earned the EFMB at Fort Dix, NJ on 27 April 2015.
This is her last few seconds of the 12 Mile Foot March. The Foot March is the last event of the Expert Field Medical Badge (EFMB), and must be completed within 3 hours.
More info about this march: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loaded_march

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+9 1. archis commented 7 years ago

The guy in front of her looks like had nice Sunday walk.
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+27 2. RandurSource commented 7 years ago

Watching pain is temporary, watching snotr is forever <3
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+6 3. thundersnow commented 7 years ago

So true #2! Glad she made it though. Tough girl!
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+8 4. martynbiker commented 7 years ago

I felt their pain......well done! it is far to easy to give up!

here is a tip folks! FALLING DOWN, costs HUGE amounts of energy to go from Horizontal, to vertical.......try not to fall down... :)
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0 5. ungula commented 7 years ago

OK... I understand the part of not giving up empirically and universally, when its followed up by a stern and meaningful purpose. Where the f**k is the purpose here, besides being lethargic for several days with massive pain in your legs, meanwhile trying to scrub the socks from your feet. If you want to build strength, endurance and muscle you make it gradually. What is the point if you need to recover for a week ore more? Besides it dose not prove anything, he would have marched easily for 20km more with all the adrenaline pumping in his veins, because of him knowing if he will stop he will be stabbed, shot or f**ked to death, especially when it comes to be f**ked to death!
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-2 6. cameramaster commented 7 years ago

If they think that's tough...try the S.A.S selection test...'nuff said.
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+7 7. Sizzlik (admin) commented 7 years ago

#5 Its mind over matter. In combat you got your friends to help. But you got to get up on your own if needed. Soliders dont go to combat every day, but they need to be ready to get on their feet after an exhausting mission.
Thats why they do endurance tests. (wich point is to test your limit and see when you break down)
This is not body building training..its a test...after that they go to rest if needed. So you think they send a solider into combat that cant walk because or sore legs? Its training..not "If you go to the finish line you will be send to battlefield."
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+1 8. kevlar commented 7 years ago

#5 Who is your strongest enemy?
That's why this training is there... To help you remember and overcome ... yourself
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+2 9. SIN1978 commented 7 years ago

How come I get the feeling #5 would be the git who would'nt get back up ?
>:)
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+2 10. N3R3Z commented 7 years ago

Little more info ;)
CPT Sarah Cudd from Public Health Command, Fort Knox is only 1 of the 46 candidates who earned the EFMB at Fort Dix, NJ on 27 April 2015.
This is her last few seconds of the 12 Mile Foot March. The Foot March is the last event of the Expert Field Medical Badge (EFMB), and must be completed within 3 hours.
More info about this march: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loaded_march
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+2 11. Sizzlik (admin) commented 7 years ago

#10 Added to description..thanks