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Sky Soldiers Use BeaverFit’s 20’ Performance Lockers

Gyms have been closed, but members of the 173rd Airborne Brigade are staying fit thanks to their BeaverFit 20′ Performance Lockers. The locker is a portable, versatile gym that is completely housed within a TRICON.

When using the BeaverFit, a dynamic variety of equipment can be unloaded and set up to create an immersive workout environment.

“I’m a big fan of working out outside,” said 1st Lt. Russ Parsons. “Once it starts to get warmer [and] you can come outside, the BeaverFit is perfect.”

The big focus right now is getting an H2F or Army Performance Locker down to each company across the Army. Units in the 4th, 82nd and 101st Divisions are using H2F or Army Performance Lockers.

BeaverFit can provide assistance with:
1. Human Performance Facilities (H2F)
2. Obstacle Courses and Punishers
3. Performance Lockers
4. ACFT Solutions (storage, fields, human performance SunPro or BeaverDome variant)
5. Rigs and Racks
6. Special Operations Equipment (Towers, Range Lockers, MOUT facilities)

Visit www.beaverfit.com.

Photos of the U.S. Army Europe U.S. European Command (EUCOM) 7th Army Training Command U.S. Army Garrison Italy & U.S. Army 173rd Brigade Support Battalion 2-503rd Airborne Infantry Regiment “The Rock” are by SPC Ryan Lucas.

2 Responses to “Sky Soldiers Use BeaverFit’s 20’ Performance Lockers”

  1. mehmaster says:

    PAO propaganda. del din is a defacto prison. everyone is losing their fucking minds. meanwhile at Aviano the Airforce has chosen not to fuck down the joes needlessly with draconian procedures that do nothing to protect against the pandemic. and we wonder why joe is doing a coke and other dumb shit at a rate that far outpaces the rest of the army.

    now I know how Rambo felt…… I just wanna go back to bragg.

  2. EODMadBomb says:

    I didn’t see it on their site, but they made us a couple of Mechanical Breaching Conex’s.

    It has stations for Ram, Pry, Broco, and Chain-link fence.

    It takes a bit of time to set it up and take it down, but it’s actually fairly decent, as long as you remember to grease the doors.

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