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We’ve kept you up to date on the Muster last week via Facebook and Twitter, but we wanted to post a few awesome photos here on the site while we continue to sort through the hundreds we took.
If this is the first you’ve heard of our Inaugural Muster and Skill-Set Development Excursion, it was a way for us to interact with you all, our community, and get hands-on training in the skill-sets we continue to advocate here.
Enjoy this preview and stay tuned for more information and photos from the Muster!
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Hated to miss the muster. Definitely going net year. Haley Strategic Adaptive carbine 1&2 got the priority this year.
Guys as always, best info on the net. Sorry I missed this muster, sans the locks and ropes it's very similar to the Winter Survival weekend that Pegasus Flight Crew (medevac) does here in Virginia
every year (although their focus is getting found!) Hope to join you next year!
Guys as always, best info on the net. Sorry I missed this muster, sans the locks and ropes it's very similar to the Winter Survival weekend that Pegasus Flight Crew (medevac) does here in Virginia every year (although their focus is getting found!) Hope to join you next year!
I agree really cool. I want to know whose FJ that is? What kind of lift, how high, tires, and what kind of rack is that? I love it. I have a jeep wrangler and am thinking about changing to a FJ because of to many injuries in the military, fed law enforcement, etc and am extremely uncomfortable in the jeep ride. I think the seating is better on a FJ. That is a NICE one. Thanks, Jeff
It looks like a good time was had by all. If we weren't in the process of buying a house, I definitely would have been there. I'll be there next year though.
If you are looking at the pictures posted above and think, "Man, that looks pretty cool. I should have gone.", you are right. As a participant in the event, I can tell you it was an awesome weekend. Between the training, the camaraderie and the execution of Bryan and team to pull it off seamlessly, you'd be a fool not to jump at attending the event next year.