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Left to right, 2nd Lt. Zoe Casteel, Air Force Research Lab space systems engineer, Tech. Sgt. David Krause, 58th Maintenance Squadron CV-22 “osprey” crew chief, and 1st Lt. Eddie Hilburn, Air Force Research Lab optical physicist, chalk their hands before climbing obstacles. Kirtland Airmen place in Ultimate Ninja competition
Three members of Kirtland Air Force Base, N.M., participated in the Ultimate Ninja Athlete Association area qualifier adult competition, in Albuquerque, N.M., Dec. 9. 1st Lt. Eddie Hilburn, Air Force Research Lab optical physicist, 2nd Lt. Zoe Casteel, Air Force Research Lab space systems engineer, and Tech. Sgt. David Krause, 58th Maintenance Squadron CV-22 “Osprey” crew chief, all placed in the competition.
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Tech. Sgt. Scott Underdahl, an explosive ordnance disposal instructor with the 366th Training Squadron Detachment 3, swings through an obstacle during the Alpha Warrior competition at Hurlburt Field, Fla., Dec. 3, 2016. Underdahl competed in the Alpha Warrior competition which is a timed obstacle course designed to push participants to their mental and physical limits. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Dennis Spain) Kirtland to host Alpha Warrior competition
The Air Force is putting more emphasis on functional fitness, and Team Kirtland members will have an opportunity to see it in action when Alpha Warrior makes a stop at the base May 9-10.The Air Force Services Activity has teamed with obstacle race specialists Alpha Warrior, using equipment similar to that used on the television competition series
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