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Security Forces NCOs champs at weightlifting competition

Three 30th Security Forces Squadron Airmen won their individual weight classes at the United States Powerlifting Federation Military National Powerlifting Competition May 3 in San Diego.  Tech. Sgt. Rudy Garcia lifted in the 149-165lbs Open Men's Division.  He took 1st place with a bench of 336lbs--more than double his body weight!  Staff Sgt. Sean Yargus lifted in the 182-198lbs Open Men's Division.  He took 1st place with a bench of 325lbs--a personal best in competition.  Senior Master Sgt. Fred Sheffield lifted in the 276-308lbs Men's Master Division (over 40 yrs old).  He took 1st place with a bench of 435lbs and was awarded the "Best Lifter" in the Masters Division.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Jamie Lessard)

Three 30th Security Forces Squadron Airmen won their individual weight classes at the United States Powerlifting Federation Military National Powerlifting Competition May 3 in San Diego. Tech. Sgt. Rudy Garcia lifted in the 149-165lbs Open Men's Division. He took 1st place with a bench of 336lbs--more than double his body weight! Staff Sgt. Sean Yargus lifted in the 182-198lbs Open Men's Division. He took 1st place with a bench of 325lbs--a personal best in competition. Senior Master Sgt. Fred Sheffield lifted in the 276-308lbs Men's Master Division (over 40 yrs old). He took 1st place with a bench of 435lbs and was awarded the "Best Lifter" in the Masters Division. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Jamie Lessard)

Staff Sgt. Sean Yargus spots Tech. Sgt. Rudy Garcia while they train at the base fitness center.  Both Airman are in the 30th Security Forces Squadron and won their weight class at the United States Powerlifting Federation Military National Powerlifting Competition May 3 in San Diego.   Senior Master Sgt. Fred Sheffield, also with the 30th SFS, also participated and won in his division.  Sergeant Garcia lifted in the 149-165lbs Open Men's Division.  He took 1st place with a bench of 336lbs--more than double his body weight! (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Jamie Lessard)

Staff Sgt. Sean Yargus spots Tech. Sgt. Rudy Garcia while they train at the base fitness center. Both Airman are in the 30th Security Forces Squadron and won their weight class at the United States Powerlifting Federation Military National Powerlifting Competition May 3 in San Diego. Senior Master Sgt. Fred Sheffield, also with the 30th SFS, also participated and won in his division. Sergeant Garcia lifted in the 149-165lbs Open Men's Division. He took 1st place with a bench of 336lbs--more than double his body weight! (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Jamie Lessard)

Staff Sgt. Sean Yargus does squats as Tech. Sgt. Rudy Garcia spots hime while they train at the base fitness center.  Both Airman are in the 30th Security Forces Squadron and won their weight class at the United States Powerlifting Federation Military National Powerlifting Competition May 3 in San Diego.  Senior Master Sgt. Fred Sheffield, also with the 30th SFS, also participated and won in his division.  Sergeant Yargus lifted in the 182-198lbs Open Men's Division.  He took 1st place with a bench of 325lbs--a personal best in competition. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Jamie Lessard)

Staff Sgt. Sean Yargus does squats as Tech. Sgt. Rudy Garcia spots hime while they train at the base fitness center. Both Airman are in the 30th Security Forces Squadron and won their weight class at the United States Powerlifting Federation Military National Powerlifting Competition May 3 in San Diego. Senior Master Sgt. Fred Sheffield, also with the 30th SFS, also participated and won in his division. Sergeant Yargus lifted in the 182-198lbs Open Men's Division. He took 1st place with a bench of 325lbs--a personal best in competition. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Jamie Lessard)