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SNAPSHOTS AT DH-ZULU PLATOON CHIEF ORIGINAL BOOTCAMP


Everytime before a session began, the REDS.. which are the trainers will arrived at site at least 45 minutes before roll-call to set-up the circuit.

Sarge (COBC) Dann, Corp (COBC) Nawal & Lance Corp (COBC) Wan  arrived at the Damansara Height C0mmunity Centre at 6pm for the schedulise 6:45pm Zulu session. They set-up the circuit and had a trainers briefing.

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A shortwhile later, recruits arrived very 'dry' & energetic.....






Fasha
Zana..
Khairil
Adik Haidar.. err.. wats the name ar?
Chief's ultra marthoner!!! Jeffri..



Madam Lee
Manuel Lawrence
Afik & Khairil

Manuel Lawrence & Kumaran
Suriana Saiful Yazan
Johari
Rose Emini Pahamin.. damn lazy look

At 6:45pm sharp, the session began with a roll-call!! any late-comers herein, will cost the platoon 10 Grunts!!!








All session always began with a warming up...










COBC Chief of Admin Certified Accountant Rose Emini Pahamin




















Luyen Ow












Marlene...






Fasha & Bobby Chin


Master Diver and Diving instructor Suriana Saiful, those interested to get their diving license may contact her...






Manuel Lawrence... One of DH-ZULU best motivating recruit




Left: Bad & Adila
My fellow italian (?) Adriano... almost similar to my name ArminO..





Jo & Surani
Luyen Ow


Afik & Adriano
Manuel Lawrence
Otai COBC pioneer member John Chuah....

John Chuah
Haidar
Suriana Saiful Yazan








Perfect form John Chuah.....


Perfect Form Jeffry




Yoohooo watcha doing?






BREAK TIME!! WATER BREAK..... waaa.. How come DH-Zulu gets water break but never at BU-ALpha...










Washboard 6 pack ABS!!!







ROSE EMINI PAHAMIN.....???? APA NI?????? kikikiiiiii...


John..... Oo John ... John Chuah..........










I AM THE CHAMPION!!!!! I DID !!!!! HOOOOOYAH!!!
... waa so kepoh John Chuah..


We could only camwhore the first 15 minutes of the session. Then it gets dark!!! 
Snopshots after the end-session.
























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