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    Quote Originally Posted by SniperD
    actually to me, the obstacles are easy.. it's just the damn running.........
    agree with you on this. its the running that require the most mental strength.

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    mine fastest is 10 min flat

    that time still just fresh from sispec & SOA and just posted to AI unit...still not "as fit" yet =)

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    7mins 52sec. BMT Recourse

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Fish
    7mins 52sec. BMT Recourse
    woah!!!! BMT

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    Quote Originally Posted by big_lan
    1. King Tiger : 8 min 25 seconds (1993 result)
    2. lieu9310 : 8 min 30 sec (1986), now may be 1 hour
    3. Big_lan : 6min 45 sec (2000, OCS service term)

    My OC did 5min 55sec
    i thought the 5.55 guy is the commander BMTC? the SOF, who is also best trainee in US marines? look at his badge on the right hand side of his number 4.

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    i tink the best i did so far is 9 plus....haha....slow leh compared to u all....haha

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    MY time old helmet Two water bottles full , timing i think 8 min lah Still remember 10min first time run very fit seah 17 year ago lah... how i think need 30min Me old bird lah ....

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    hi there r u having the same hobby i used to have i have a tiger 1 model kit 4 sale frm tamiya very long ago.....think since i m sec 3 i bought the kit still with me .. interested....very very long ago......LAH

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    Wow...sulhan....never realised u are from 14/93...am from Platoon 3 =)

    U leh?

    Yeah,,,,,miss Pasir Lebar....the cabinets, boots, no 4 flying around during inspection and tekan session....our super hot Brunei trip....our typhoon infested ROC training ......and our mysterious encounters with the 3rd kind in Pulau Tekong during Pro term...all stories that is still with me for all these years sia =P

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    Quote Originally Posted by boopoo
    hi there r u having the same hobby i used to have i have a tiger 1 model kit 4 sale frm tamiya very long ago.....think since i m sec 3 i bought the kit still with me .. interested....very very long ago......LAH
    Yes, I also do model kit for Tamiya Tiger I, and also King Tiger (Tiger II) during my secondary schools days.

    Recall back the old memories, buy paints, brush, alot of patience and time to complete a masterpieces.

    Look out on my new thread on Tiger I at Kopitiam.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuck Loong
    Wow...sulhan....never realised u are from 14/93...am from Platoon 3 =)

    U leh?

    Yeah,,,,,miss Pasir Lebar....the cabinets, boots, no 4 flying around during inspection and tekan session....our super hot Brunei trip....our typhoon infested ROC training ......and our mysterious encounters with the 3rd kind in Pulau Tekong during Pro term...all stories that is still with me for all these years sia =P
    It's great to find clupsnap member happen to be your campmate.
    I also happen to find one member too from my unit.
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    Default The most relax timing during S.O.C.

    Hi all

    If you all happen to notice, the most relax timing (1~2 seconds only) during S.O.C., is the double bar where you hold the top bar and swing your body down to hold the bottom bar, this is the most relax moment of all the SOC duration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by King Tiger
    Hi all

    If you all happen to notice, the most relax timing (1~2 seconds only) during S.O.C., is the double bar where you hold the top bar and swing your body down to hold the bottom bar, this is the most relax moment of all the SOC duration.

    hahahaha! i DO fully agree with you!

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    1. King Tiger : 8 min 25 seconds (1993 result)
    2. lieu9310 : 8 min 30 sec (1986), now may be 1 hour
    3. Big_lan : 6min 45 sec (2000, OCS service term)
    4. etgoh : 7 min 50 sec...thats in 1990

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    Quote Originally Posted by behyx
    i thought the 5.55 guy is the commander BMTC? the SOF, who is also best trainee in US marines? look at his badge on the right hand side of his number 4.
    tot its my platoon sgt who holds the record
    think he did 5.55 (holds the record for 10km SOC as well but someone broke his record)
    he is SOF but not commander BMTC leh
    best trainee for US marines? Navy Seals? (that guy is a specialist leh not officer)

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    no leh..the most relak time during soc is either when u jump down the ramp or when u r going down the jacob ladder

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    Quote Originally Posted by lhjz
    tot its my platoon sgt who holds the record
    think he did 5.55 (holds the record for 10km SOC as well but someone broke his record)
    he is SOF but not commander BMTC leh
    best trainee for US marines? Navy Seals? (that guy is a specialist leh not officer)
    if not wrong that best trainee for the green beret is frm the same intake as i when i went for SOF selections back in 1996. he was already a captain, commando, nus grad. and SAF schoolar when i meet him. A very nice guy indeed. think his name is k*****

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    Quote Originally Posted by King Tiger
    Hi all

    If you all happen to notice, the most relax timing (1~2 seconds only) during S.O.C., is the double bar where you hold the top bar and swing your body down to hold the bottom bar, this is the most relax moment of all the SOC duration.
    I think the most relief time is after the ramp the last one,after u junp down take a deep deep breath there u go 4 the last 700mm or 800 forgotten...Anyway me i still have my M113 apc tank fitting half way 18 years ago... anyone out there want to buy No lah sentimental values

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    SOC to me equals nightmare
    my best timing was 8 mins flat
    now cant run anymore cuz i'm fat
    When I do right, no one remembers. When I do wrong, no one ever forgets.

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    For IPPT, we can get $100, $200, and $400 depend on the points.
    What happen if SAF introduce new scheme to encourage NS men more fitter?
    Let say new incentives for S.O.C. test,
    10.00 mins -$1000
    9.30 mins - $1500
    9.00 mins - $2000
    8.30 mins - $2500
    8.00 mins - $3000
    7.30 mins - $3500
    7.00 mins - $4000
    6.00 mins - $5000 plus waiver of incometax

    Maybe, SAF soldiers will be one of the fittest armed forces in the world.

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