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January 31, 2018
 

Airmen, Marines compete in physical competition


 

Air Force photograph by Staff Sgt. Jensen Stidham

Marines are timed while performing an ammo can lift during a combat fitness test challenge at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz., Jan. 26, 2018. The challenge was held between Marines and Airmen to build esprit de corps between the two services. During the CFT, a 30-pound ammo can is lifted above the head as many times possible in two minutes.
 

Air Force photograph by Staff Sgt. Jensen Stidham

Brig. Gen. Brook Leonard, 56th Fighter Wing commander carries Master Sgt. Herbert Williams, 56th Communications Squadron infrastructure transport systems noncommissioned officer in charge, during a combat fitness test challenge at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz., Jan. 26, 2018. The challenge was held between Marines and Airmen to build esprit de corps among the two services while providing intense physical fitness.
 

Air Force photograph by Staff Sgt. Jensen Stidham

Senior Airman Devon Tanner, 56th Communications Squadron network infrastructure technician, throws a simulated grenade during a combat fitness test challenge at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz., Jan. 26, 2018. During the CFT, a Marine Corps physical fitness requirement, a simulated grenade was thrown into a pre-determined area in addition to other combat related tasks. The competition was held between Marines and Airmen to build esprit de corps among the two services.
 

Air Force photograph by Staff Sgt. Jensen Stidham

Airmen and Marines run during a combat fitness test challenge at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz., Jan. 26, 2018. The CFT, a Marine Corps physical fitness requirement, started with an 880 yard sprint before moving on to several other combat-related tasks. The challenge between Airmen and Marines was held to build esprit de corps between the two services.
 

Air Force photograph by Staff Sgt. Jensen Stidham

A Marine performs an ammo can lift during a combat fitness test challenge at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz., Jan. 26, 2018. During the CFT, a 30 pound ammo can was lifted above the head as many times as possible in two minutes. The challenge between Marines and Airmen was held to build esprit de corps among the two services.
 

Air Force photograph by Staff Sgt. Jensen Stidham

An Airman assigned to the 56th Fighter Wing carries two ammo cans during a combat fitness test challenge at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz., Jan. 26, 2018. During portions of the CFT, a Marine Corps physical fitness requirement, Airmen and Marines carried two 30 pound ammo cans. The competition was held to build esprit de corps between the two services.
 

Air Force photograph by Staff Sgt. Jensen Stidham

Senior Airman Devon Tanner, 56th Communications Squadron network infrastructure technician, performs a low-crawl during a combat fitness test challenge at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz., Jan. 26, 2018. Airmen and Marines completed the CFT together to build esprit de corps among the two services.




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