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Captain's Cup this Saturday:
Captain's Cup - On the Saturday before Battle Stations, all divisions graduating together compete for the Captain's Cup. Captain's Cup is basically a field day, with competitions in sit ups, push ups, running, throwing, swimming, obstacle courses, relays, and more. It's a fun day, and winning the Captain's Cup is a matter of great pride to the winning division.



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GO DIV 108!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WHOOYAH!
GO 112 get that Captain's Cup!!! :)
Oh no, Toni! It will be 1081 LOL!!!!!!!! Good luck to ALL the guys going for that Cup!!!!! And may the best DIV win!!!!!!! Go NAVY HOOYAH!
Good luck to Division 107, they're going against the special ops division today!
did they win?
806 Won
You have posted that Captain's Cup is the Sat before Battle Stations, yet I am being told it is the Sat Before GRADUATION.  Which bit of information is Truth?

Hi Jetboss57,  I believe they do battlestations all this coming week.  So both are true.  


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