Run Time: 00:01;41 Fonts: 00:00;02 Geoffrey Villarreal, 1st Degree Black Belt Jiu-Jitsu 00:00;44 Sgt. Maurice Meadows MCAS Yuma Corporal's Course Instructor Lead: Competitors participating in the "Semper Fit" Health & Fitness Program "Submission-Only Grappling Tournament" wrestle one another at the gym aboard Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Ariz. Thursday, August 18, 2016.
Taken: 08.18.2016 | Video by Pfc. George Melendez
Competitors participating in the “Semper Fit” Health & Fitness Program “Submission-Only Grappling Tournament” wrestle one another at the gym aboard Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Ariz. Thursday, August 18, 2016. The tournament placed participants against each other in a single-elimination format, with no points given or deducted, no referee decisions, and no advantages.
Taken: 08.18.2016 | Photo by Pfc. Brendan King
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