Sandy 1
Mind – Single seat pilots like to brag that section four of their “Dash-1” aircraft manual lists crew duties as Not Applicable, but for crew aircraft, the section is packed full or procedures and duties. The engineers that designed the F-16 did an amazing job working the human factors to simplify operations for one person. For crew aircraft though, confusion can reign in the cockpit of if the team is not in sync, but the team can also provide great synergy. Flying as mission commander, or “Sandy 1” as the position is referred to, of a night time, low altitude, high threat, combat search and rescue operation is enough to make all but the most skilled wish they had another set of hands. You won’t ever catch me saying I wish I had a WSO, but task saturation is an understatement as Sandy 1. We love to make fun of the crew aircraft guys screwing up because each thought the “other guy” was taking care of that task. But for the most part, when you see crews or well trained single seat teams in action it is a sight to behold. Well trained teams will always outperform individuals. So get yourself on a team and start learning how to improve each other to build your synergies.
Body – Power
Renegade Manmakers
3 rounds for time of
20x Lunges
20x 12-24” Box/Stair jumps
20x Leg Raises
20x Jumping Jacks
Flight Leads/Instructors
“Girl Farts”
Row 50m (500, 450, 400, 350, 300…etc)
Renegade Man Makers @ 10lbs  Click to watch example
Weapons Instructor Course
 “Juicy Farts”
Row 100m (1000, 900, …etc)
Renegade Man Makers @ 25lbs
Recipe of the Day 
Chez Bob’s Caesar Salad
1/2 teaspoon coarse salt
1 teaspoon black pepper coarse
3 cloves garlic smashed
1-2 anchovies
1 tablespoon mustard, dijon
1 egg yolk
1/2 lemon worth of lemon juice fresh
1 teaspoon worcestershire sauce
1/3 cup olive oil
1 1/2 teaspoons red wine vinegar
1 head romaine lettuce
2 cups croutons
 (1/2 cup olive oil, 1 Tbsp minced garlic, 1 Tbsp Herbs – orgegano, basil, salt, pepper, rosemary, ~large loaf of Italian or French bread cubed to ¾ inch. Mix oil and herbs, place in bowl and quickly stir to coat all the bread.  Place in a pre-heated 350 degree oven and bake for 5-10 minutes until crispy and chew, golden colored.)
1/2 cup Parmigiano-Reggiano
Add the first 8 ingredients to a large unvarnished wooden salad bowl, in order, one at a time. Beginning with the garlic, after adding each new ingredient use the back of a soup spoon to grind it against the wall of the bowl and blend it with the previous ingredients into a smooth paste. It should take about 15 seconds of muscle power to blend in each new ingredient.
2. Add the oil and vinegar and blend well.
3. Just before serving, tear or slice the lettuce leaves into bite-sized pieces and add to the salad bowl. Toss thoroughly with dressing.
4. Add the croutons and cheese, toss again, and serve.
Spirit – Job 37:5 “God’s voice thunders in marvelous ways; He does great things beyond our understanding.”