Pax: McStuffins, Clancy, Biscuit, BeefSteak, FNG, & Snaphook
Warm0- SSH, Imperial Walkers, WeedPickers, Daniel Sons, Mosey, Mtn Climbers, and Arm Circles.
Thang: FBI Fitness Test. Tribute to Special Agents Laura Schwartzenberger & Daniel Alfin who were killed tuesday serving warrants. multiple other agents wounded.
BigBoiSitUps-AMRAP- One Minute
300 Meter Sprint
AMRAP Continuous movement good form Merkins- Until failure.
1.5 Mile Run
AMRAP Continuous movement pull ups (until failure) – we used handrails..
Bonus Thang: 25 Calf Raises IC (so 50)..
6 Minutes of Mary: Low Dolly, Chillcutt Peter Parkers, Snow Angels, Clancy lobbying for RR, &…. LBC’s
Moleskine: Great group of pax to be in the gloom with today. DC sent a FNG-Barry our way and he rolled in hot. We cautiously and selectively informed him of what was in store.. While I potentially (or very likely) would of been cut if this were the real deal in Quantico, we were all humbled to honor these fallen and injured. Special Agents are all over the U.S. and work in partner with our local LEO’s to keep our communities safe. If you wish to assist, the FBI has an Association that assists families of fallen agents with College, and other financial hardships. go to FBIAA to learn more. Here is a portion of the comments from The Miami Field Supervisor about the loss they suffered on Tuesday. – Love you all! – Snap
George Piro- FBI Miami
“It takes an incredibly special person to answer the call and do the heroic work of an FBI special agent. It requires self-sacrifice. It requires putting oneself in harm’s way, not once, but again and again.
Dan and Laura left home this morning to carry out the mission they signed up for and loved to do—to keep the American people safe. They were valuable members of our team. They will forever be heroes. We will always honor their ultimate sacrifice.
Dan Alfin was 36 years old. He was born in New York and joined the FBI in 2009 with his initial assignment to the FBI’s Albany, New York, office. He has been assigned to FBI Miami since 2017 and has worked crimes against children violations for over six years. He is survived by his wife and one child.
Laura Schwartzenberger was 43 years old. She was born in Pueblo, Colorado, and joined the FBI in 2005. Her initial assignment was with the FBI’s Albuquerque, New Mexico, office. She was reassigned to FBI Miami in 2010 and has worked crimes against children cases for over seven years. She is survived by her husband and two children.
The FBI is a family, and our chosen profession is fraught with danger. Today, this grim reality has taken two of our best from our family. We are saddened by the loss as we struggle to come to terms with what happened.
As we grieve their loss we will continue our mission to protect the American people.”