This was the 2nd Hero WOD CrossFit ever posted back in 2005.
Michael McGreevy was one of 16 troops killed when a MH- 47 Chinook helicopter was shot down in Afghanistan June 28, 2005, on a daring night mission to reinforce a four-man SEAL reconnaissance squad that was ambushed in 10,000-foot mountainous terrain.
McGreevy, seven other SEALs, and eight Army Nightstalker” commandos, died in a heroic attempt to rescue their fellow SEALs. LT Michael Murphy, Matthew Axelson, and Danny Dietz fought on courageously, providing protective fire that enabled a fourth squad member to escape before they were killed in the fierce firefight by overwhelming Taliban forces.
U.S. Army Specialist Scott Morrison, 23, of Blue Ash, Ohio, assigned to 584th Mobility Augmentation Company, 20th Engineer Battalion, 36th Engineer Brigade, based out of Fort Hood, Texas, died on September 26, 2010, from injuries suffered on September 25 when insurgents in Kandahar, Afghanistan attacked his vehicle with an improvised explosive device. He is survived by his father Donald, mother Susan, brother Gary, and sister Katie.
Two rounds for time of:
50 Overhead squats (135/95#)
Run 1 mile
U.S. Marine Corps Captain Brandon “Bull” Barrett, 27, of Marion, Indiana, assigned to the 1st Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division, II Marine Expeditionary Force, based out of Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, was killed on May 5, 2010, while supporting combat operations in Helmand Province, Afghanistan. He is survived by his parents Cindy and Brett Barrett, his sisters Ashley and Taylor Barrett, his brother Brock Barrett, and his grandmother Carmen Johnson.
On December 6, 2006, Supervisory Special Agent Gregory J. Rahoi was accidentally shot and fatally wounded at Fort A.P. Hill in Caroline County, Virginia during a live-fire tactical training exercise designed to prepare FBI Hostage Rescue Team (HRT) personnel for their deployments to Iraq. Supervisory Special Agent Rahoi was a member of the HRT for six years, during which he served three tours in Iraq. Prior to joining the FBI in 1997, he worked as a firefighter, paramedic, and police officer in Wisconsin. He was posthumously awarded the FBI Medal of Valor for acts of heroism during his final Iraq tour, and his family was presented with the FBI Memorial Star.