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August 18, 2011

Day 4: Koprince

William Billy Koprince, 24, died Dec. 27 2006 when a roadside bomb exploded as he walked a foot patrol near Al Habbaniyah in Iraq’s Anbar province. He was a month away from coming home when he was killed.  He had planned to go to school after getting out of the Corps, but never got that chance.

Described as exceptional in that quiet, confident way, his platoon commander said, “He was always the one you could turn to if you needed something done. He did what he needed to do and what he didn’t have to do. I wouldn’t have hesitated for any minute to put my life in his hands.”

“He was a good Marine, a good son and a good friend. He wanted to be a grunt, and he wore that name proudly.” 
 -Billy’s father

Get ready to honor that attitude!
WOD: Helton
3 rds
800m, 30 Squat Cleans, 30 Burpees

Being Thursday and all, some quick updates:
***REMEMBER: Classtimes today 530A, 830A, 530P
***T-shirts still available to order! Order form at the gym. Proudly wear the Keystone Wounded Warrior logo. Thanks for your support!
***Friday last day to post your attendance for Sat Aug 20 and suggest an exercise (either at Facebook event page  or post comment here). See CF Incentive page (random winner selected wins 5 class punchcard!)
***35 already confirmed for Sat Aug 20 Keystone Wounded Warrior Donation WOD.

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  • Maria N. August 18, 2011 Reply

    Three Nawas will be there Saturday-5 if you count observers

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