Choose a Hero:
21-18-15-12-9-6-3 reps for time of:
Front squats 115/73
*100-m sandbag carry after each round
U.S. Marine Corps Corporal Larry D. Harris, Jr., 25, was killed in a fire fight on July 1, 2010, while serving as Fire Team Leader, 3d Squad, 81 Millimeter Mortar Platoon, Weapons Company, Third Battalion, First Marines, Regimental Combat Team 7, FIRST Marine Division (Forward), I MEF (Forward) in Helmand Province, Afghanistan.
Harris was posthumously awarded the Silver Star for his bravery in action. As stated in his letter of commendation: “When the squad’s machine gunner was shot in the leg, Corporal Harris immediately moved from his covered position while still under heavy fire, with complete disregard for his own safety … . Corporal Harris unhesitatingly picked up the wounded Marine and carried him to the medical evacuation site, once again exposing himself to effective enemy fire from multiple directions. As he moved through a vineyard while carrying the wounded Marine, Corporal Harris struck an improvised explosive device, absorbing the majority of the explosion with his body. Although his injuries would prove fatal, Corporal Harris ultimately saved the life of the wounded Marine.”
Harris is survived by his wife, Stacia Janice Harris, and his parents, Bruce and Lora Merriweather.
Complete as many rounds in 20 minutes as you can of:
15 ft Rope Climb, 1 ascent
Run 400 meters
Max rep Handstand push-ups
Officer David S. Moore, 29, of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, died on Jan. 26, 2011, from gunshot wounds suffered on Jan. 23, 2011, when he stopped a stolen vehicle and the driver opened fire.
He is survived by his mother, Jo Ann; father, Spencer; and sister, Carol Bongfeldt.