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Part 4!! Battle of Platoons that was held on 17 July 2011 at the Pusat Komuniti, Damansara Heights saw the three locations Bandar Utama, Subang Jaya and Damansara Heights competing in a friendly challenge to determine the first Champion of the inter-platoon battle. The Alpha & Bravo platoon at Bandar Utama was merge into the Spartans which saw James Fong, 4 times voted the Spirits of Bootcamp elected as the Captain. Subang Jaya Alpha and Bravo platoon merged as the Legends was led by Captain Thomas Ong and Damansara Heights Zulu aka The Highlanders elected Imran Sheikh Iskandar as the team Captain. There were six challenges prepared and every challenges were presented with one blog. This is part four of the total seven series Battle of Platoons blog. The fourth Challenges was the Running relay.

Before the running relay challenge began, each of the team captain were interviewed.

Sarge (COBC) Dann then brief the team captains of the Rules and condition. Recruits were separated to compete within their rank namely Ranger, Seal and Delta.

Then they took position!!!

Spartans.... BU Platoons.. saw the camera again!!! :-p

The Highlander aka Damansara Heights.. 

The Legends.. aka SUbang jaya platoon

BOM!!! The running began!!

Run forest run......

On each lap, runners had to collect one ribbon!!

The very high spirited platoons.. the Spartan

To determine the winner, the Instructors will count which platoon have the most ribbons

Even before the count was completed, someone was already confident that he will win!!

The instructors count and re-count the ribbons to determine the winner..!!!




Well Done LEGENDS for winning the RUNNING-RELAY for RANGER & DELTA category (2 points)

Well Done HIGHLANDER for winning the RUNNING RELAY for SEAL category (1 point)

Stay tune!!!

CLICK ON LINK BELOW for other references:

1) Battle of platoons- Part 1
2) Battle of platoons- Part 2
3) Battle of Platoons- Part 3


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