7-13-18: OAK GROVE PARK
PAX: Tails, Goldstar, BoneDaddy
On Friday, July 13, 2018, at 0530 three members of F3 Dayton did descend upon Oak Grove Park to perform a reconnaissance mission to obtain and gather more topographical information for potential future operations. Upon initial arrival at Oak Grove Park, one thing was certain and that was lighting for a future operation would be minimal. However, several outposts did exist that contained lighting that spread to their immediate surroundings. After orienting themselves the PAX gathered their equipment a 40-pound sandbag and two 60-pound sandbags and headed off into the darkness.
After stealthily crossing over what was designated as Bridge 1, the PAX discovered the LifeTrail Advanced Wellness System which is a functional fitness system designed for the more respected PAX members containing seven three-sided panels which feature 159 possible different exercises. After a thorough investigation and inspection of the overhead press, weighted squat, and lower-body cycling stations the PAX regathered their equipment and continued on their exploration.
Arriving at had been designated as Bridge 2, the PAX came upon the Energi Prime fitness system. The Energi system is a more dynamic bodyweight functional fitness system that features five workout stations featuring 120 different exercises. This system also contains complete programming for up to 24 people at a time with instructional videos. The PAX having completed testing the tensile strength of this equipment the PAX again gathered their equipment and headed out on the highway to the Danger Zone.
Covertly, entering the danger zone with the hopes of avoiding any Hawkeyes the PAX discovered a pristine set of stairs to nowhere that could be used to increase the lung capacity of other PAX members. Some time was spent enjoying the view while partaking in general mumble chatter as the sun rose over Oak Grove Park. With the prescribed time for ENDEX quickly approaching, the PAX return back to their extraction vehicles upon one of the three paved multiuse trails. These trails are measured at 1/2 mile, 1 mile, and 1 1/2 miles respectively. Once back, the PAX held a COT per the Standard Operation Procedures. The PAX were excited with this mission and hope to provide full unclassified information to the rest of F3 Dayton soon.