Jason Freiwald http://www.navyseals.com/jason-freiwald began his career at Seal Team Five and then transfered to Seal Team Three just after the attacks on the World Trade Centers. Upon returning from his tour of duty in Afghanistan Jason began the demanding six month selection for the Naval Special Warfare Development Group. On September 11th, 2008 Jason and John John Wayne Marcum a fellow Seal came under heavy fire from both Taliban and Al-Quida fighters near the Pakistan border. Despite intense enemy fire Jason and John assaulted forward and pressed the fight. Both died within moments and within feet of each otherr. They were swim buddies in life and they were faithful to each other in death. Swim buddies are never more than six feet apart and Seals never leave men behind. Both of these men were highly decorated warriors who had survived over a thousand high risk missions. Jason Freiwald was our friend and we miss him. Today lets never forget that people risk their lives for us not because they have too but because they want too. Today lets forget about politics and simply raise our glasses and salute the men and women who have and who continue to serve.
CrossFit:Jason "Free" Freiwald, this ones for you brother rest in peace. Three sets of 400 meter run, 21-squat cleans, 21-burpees.
Level -1:Men 95lbs, Women 65lbs.
Elements:Men 65lbs, Women 35lbs.
Super Frogs:Boys 65lbs, girls, 35lbs.
Leap Frogs: four sets with metal poles.
Tree Frogs:four sets of stairs and 5lb dumbbells.
Tadpoles: three sets of stairs and broomsticks.
Eric Long, United States Navy, Seal Team One. Operation Enduring Freedom (Afghanistan), Operation Iraqi Freedom.