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Dancers learn ‘the sweep’ and ‘helicopter’ moves at Temple breakdancing workshops

David Heller, a dance instructor, breakdances during the Temple Breakers' Breakin' 101 workshop in Pearson Hall on March 9. | JEREMY ELVAS / THE TEMPLE NEWS

Breakdance, a hip-hop variation, originated in the Bronx in the late 1960s and 70s from martial arts moves developed by street gangs, according to Encyclopaedia Britannica.   

“Since its mobilization, hip hop has impacted the entire world,” said Raymond Trinh, president of Temple Breakers, a dance student organization.    

The organization held its first workshop on March 9 in Pearson Hall as part of their Breakin’ 101 series, which runs through March 14. The workshop was attended by 16 people. 

The events are catered to both beginners and advanced dancers to learn foundational steps and enhance their skills while learning the culture and profession of breakdance, according to the event’s description. 

“This year, I wanted to give a sort of holistic approach to breakdancing,” said Trinh, a junior supply chain and business management double major. “We’re kind of giving people on and off campus the opportunity, in this one week, to learn the basic fundamentals of dance and also get a little bit of background information on the ancestry.

Jay “Rukkus” Jao, a dance teacher at I Am Phresh Dance Academy, led the March 9 workshop where he taught attendees how to execute breakdancing moves. 

He began the first part of the workshop by demonstrating a series of warm-up dance moves to attendees. New and experienced dancers learned several dance steps in order to practice basic bottom-rock motions, like “the sweep” and “helicopter,” where a dancer swings their leg underneath their body in a circular motion.

Rukkus also spoke on teaching dance and participating in dance battles as the two most lucrative career paths within breakdance during the second half of the workshop. Then, he broke down attendees into two separate groups and tasked them with choosing their specific career paths within breakdancing, either a teacher or a dance battler. 

He then assigned the teacher group and battle groups to teach each other a demonstrated move or battle each other, respectively. In the end, attendees reconvened to showcase everything they learned in a dance circle.

Attendees of Temple Breakers’ Breakin’ 101 workshop practice breakdancing moves in Pearson Hall on March 9. | JEREMY ELVAS / THE TEMPLE NEWS

David Heller, an instructor who teaches Philadelphia dance experience at Temple University, attended the workshop to learn from the “best b-boy in Philly.”

“I’ve been in the game for 20 years and I’m still a student,” Heller said.

Temple Breakers promotes hip-hop with a focus on break dancing to provide practical knowledge on the dance and its culture, as well as the opportunity for community members to practice, Trinh said.

The Breakin’ 101 series was created to retain more members and bridge the gap between hip-hop academia and practitioners, he said. Temple Breakers hopes to advocate for a hip-hop minor in Boyer College of Music and Dance, Trinh added. 

“Hip hop is the American culture, it’s kind of the melting pot of all cultures,” Trinh said. “I think there’s a different portrayal of hip hop that the media gives and I think academia should be able to bridge the gap between the true history of hip hop and some of the misconceptions that people have.

Jerrell Lewis, a junior computer science major, attended the workshop as a new Temple Breakers member after attending three practices. Lewis said he recommends anyone interested in any form of dance to come to a workshop.

“It was great,” Lewis said. “I didn’t know what to expect to be quite honest but it went well. [Rukkus] started off slow and broke it down when we didn’t understand.”

Hip-hop continues to expand its impact across the globe due to its prevailing influence on youth culture, according to Encyclopaedia Britannica.

“The hip hop culture is the dominant culture in the media, as far as social media goes,” Trinh said. “I think there’s a very large amount of interest there, we just have to prove it with these kinds of events.”

The Dancing Alligator: The Hidden Features of the Best Combat Helicopter A couple of seconds, and the car soars into the sky. And then you realize that a huge, at first glance, clumsy piece of iron is so elegant that in the hands of an experienced aviator he can even dance.

Helicopter flies backwards

Team, propellers start, the noise is deafening, and the wind literally knocks you off your feet. A couple of seconds, and the car soars into the sky. And then you realize that a huge, at first glance, clumsy piece of iron is so elegant that in the hands of an experienced aviator he can even dance. How? It's simple, say the pilots of the air base of the Eastern Military District. This is a whole art - to manage the "Alligator". One might even say magic. Imagine: a car weighing ten tons, equipped with two engines that produce a total of five thousand horsepower!

And all its power is controlled by the pilot, who makes the helicopter literally dance in the sky. What other rotorcraft can move tail-first at speeds up to 90 kilometers per hour, make a turn on the spot or go into a dive? All these air pirouettes are by no means hooliganism. This is how pilots practice air combat skills and learn to be one with the machine. After all, the lives of all who are on board depend on it in the literal sense.

This is, at first glance, a game of catch-up. One spinner rushes across the sky after another, turns around, spins and hangs in the air.

“The task of the one ahead is actually very difficult,” explains Sergey (his last name was not disclosed for reasons of secrecy), the commander of the Ka-52 helicopters of the air base of the army aviation of the Eastern Military District. - It is not so easy to get away from the enemy, to drop him from the capture, especially if you understand that an experienced pilot is catching up, who can calculate your actions. Knowing the car and feeling it, you can take a risk somewhere. See how this pilot deftly avoids a direct attack and completes the task!

The Alligator really seems to hang in the air for a moment, and then makes a sharp turn and goes up. The decoy worked, and the pursuer missed his prey.

Maybe everything and even more

There are no losers or winners in these exercises. Air Force pilots have just begun to master the Ka-52; this technique has recently been in service with the district and significantly surpasses all other turntables in terms of its technical capabilities.

– The machine is excellent in handling, but at the same time you need to be able to feel it, and for this you need to train and not fly alone, but simulate various combat situations, – Sergey continues, describing the capabilities of the Ka-52. - There is an opinion that the "Alligator" can win the battle without doing anything, just appearing on the enemy's horizon. His glory goes before him.

– How about the controls? Was it difficult to transfer from other types of cars?

- Formerly piloted Mi-8 and Mi-24 helicopters. This spinner is a little more difficult to control, but it is more maneuverable, which means it gives the pilot more options to react. It can perform various slides, dives, complex piloting, snakes, slide-to-slide transitions, flat turns, hill turns. Lots of shapes that can be easily combined with one another. It’s easier to say what he can’t than to list everything he is capable of,” the flight commander describes the car and gently slaps the “iron bird” on the fuselage.

We play to survive

Encounters with the "Alligator" are afraid, perhaps, most of the ground types of troops. Modern guidance systems make it dangerous for both enemy manpower and armored vehicles. A laser-guided missile destroys a tank with up to 900 millimeters of armor at a distance of three kilometers. A series of such missiles hits four targets in 30 seconds. Plus a cannon and classic weapons - unguided rockets - four blocks of twenty 80-mm projectiles of various actions.

- Here the chances of the enemy to hide from the "Alligator" are almost zero. The car is a beast, - Sergey states.

– And after him, would they be transferred to the Mi-8 again to serve? - I'm slyly interested.

- Wow! This is the best of the turntables that are now in service, unless it appears even better and newer, I can change my crocodile to it, - the commander jokingly ends the conversation and, having received a command from the technicians that the turntable is ready, goes into the cockpit and already through up into the sky for a minute.

Author: Yulia Kremneva

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90,000 scouts from Africa danced a wild dance before a jump from a helicopter

Komsomolskaya Pravda

Politicsarium and safety

Alena Martynova, KP-Novosibirsk

August 25, 2020 920 920 9000 9:11 9000

So they hope to attract luck in the competition “Excellence of Voilkova intelligence”, which takes place in Siberia [video]

With such war paint in the summer in the field, you can mimic wild flowers, for example. Photo: Alena MARTYNOVA, KP-Novosibirsk

The International Competition "Excellent Soldiers of Military Intelligence" has started in Novosibirsk. At the training ground in Koltsovo, intelligence officers of the armed forces of Russia, Congo, South Ossetia, Belarus, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, China and Laos landed from a Mi-8 helicopter. Thus began the first stage of the competition. After landing, the scouts in full combat gear fled with a compass and a map into the forest to make a forced march.

It is interesting to watch the warm-up of the Kongo team. Photo: Alena MARTYNOVA, CP-Novosibirsk

Before boarding the helicopter, the scouts warm up properly, there will be no time for this on the mission. Having finished the warm-up, the Kongo team begins to ... dance.

It is important not to go too far not only during training, but also during the warm-up. Photo: Alena MARTYNOVA, KP-Novosibirsk

Africans have been participating in the competition for several years, but every time they attract the attention of curious people with their martial dance, very similar in movement to their national dances. In military uniform, movements look more solid. Surrounding people drop their business and take pictures on their phones.

Combat dance of servicemen from the Congo before the first stage of the competition. Photo: Alena MARTYNOVA, KP-Novosibirsk

“They don’t do a military dance every day, but only before serious tasks,” commented Ivan Egorov (name changed at the request of the military - ed. ), Russian coach of the Congo, Laos and Tajikistan teams. - In training, they danced a couple of times. Personally, I'm okay with this, calmly.

Mi-8 helicopter approaches the landing site. Photo: Alena MARTYNOVA, Control Room-Novosibirsk

In the meantime, a helicopter with a Russian team on board took off towards the landing site. They drew lots to start first.

The Russian team overcomes the 50-meter milestone with lightning speed.Photo: Alena MARTYNOVA, KP-Novosibirsk

We are participating for the fifth year, this time we put cadets from different courses, - said the head of the Novosibirsk Higher Military Command School (NVKKU) Sergey Markovchin. - There are even first-year students who participate for the first time. Teams, of course, charged, ready to win. At the first stage, our team drew lots to run first - and it is always more difficult to be the first. Not only do you set the pace, it is more convenient for opponents to navigate after you, to calculate the alignment of forces.

This guy shoots his gaze straight into the heart!Photo: Alena MARTYNOVA, KP-Novosibirsk

By the way, this team includes not only Novosibirsk, but almost all of Russia, from Kamchatka to Kaliningrad. From which cities exactly the participants, the military prefer not to spread once again. They still serve.

Scouts give commands with gestures.Photo: Alena MARTYNOVA, KP-Novosibirsk

Scouts landed from a helicopter, not as they show in the movies - by rope or parachutes, but by landing method. This means that the group leaves the helicopter only after it has landed, but does so in battle formation - ready at any moment to repel an enemy attack.

The second team from Tajikistan landed - also fast and clear actions. Photo: Alena MARTYNOVA, KP-Novosibirsk

- When the helicopter has landed, first a forward patrol of two people advances and takes up defense from a prone position. Another head patrol moves to the line of 50 meters and gives a command to the main group, - explained judge Dmitry Tribunalov. - After that, the core of the group is parachuted, and they also occupy the defense at the turn. Then they give the command to the first patrol that it is possible to cross this line. After that, the group leader determines the compass coordinates indicated in the azimuth card, and they advance to the collection point. Taking into account the past years, only the African teams were mistaken with the coordinates. The area is unfamiliar to them. We cannot use navigators, only a magnetic compass and a map. This time, the participants from the Congo identified everything correctly and moved in the right direction.

Guys from the Congo, patriots of their country, painted their faces with the colors of the flag.Photo: Alena MARTYNOVA, CP-Novosibirsk

The team gets points for passing each stage. And it is important not only to complete the task, but also to be extremely careful in order to avoid fatal mistakes that can cross out a long and diligent preparation.

Cadets from Laos are small in stature, but they know how to shoot accurately. Photo: Alena MARTYNOVA, KP-Novosibirsk

— What mistakes can they make? For example, if any of the servicemen went behind the tail rotor of a helicopter - immediately zero points, since this is a gross violation of safety regulations, - said Dmitry Tribunalov. - Also, if the battle order of the group was violated or one of the elements of equipment was lost (automatic, cap, walkie-talkie, whatever) - this is also considered a mistake and entails penalty points. We film everything on video so that the assessment is objective.

The military from Belarus came to the competition, against all odds, and show decent results.Photo: Alena MARTYNOVA, KP-Novosibirsk

the team will pave the way. The Russian scouts got 18 kilometers - they covered this distance in about 1 hour 40 minutes in full combat gear, through the forest and the ground washed out after a night rain. At the same time, each backpack weighed at least 15 kilograms (these are the conditions of the competition), and the grenade launcher and signalman - under 20.

A grenade launcher from South Ossetia is waiting for the team to start the forced march.Photo: Alena MARTYNOVA, KP-Novosibirsk

At the finish line, the guys from Russia were tired, but in high spirits - they managed to improve the time of the forced march of last year. They could not quench their thirst in any way, although they took a supply of water with them - for themselves and for a friend.

The participants from Uzbekistan have everything written on their faces, how they are charged to win. Photo: Alena MARTYNOVA, CP-Novosibirsk

— The track was quite hard, washed out after the rain. But we worked to the last, gave 200%, - shared the commander of the Russian group Alexander Doronin (name changed). - Let's see what happens next. The most difficult thing is to navigate in the forest. On landing and disembarking from the helicopter, they set the pace - and then it went on. Basically, I think they did a good job. Satisfied with teamwork. Everyone was ready to lend a shoulder to each other and help.

Russian scouts finished in a good mood. This is very pleasing. Photo: Alena MARTYNOVA, KP-Novosibirsk

— The guys are happy, they worked to the maximum, we are waiting for the results. The route was laid correctly, we ran at a high level, - said the captain of the Russian team Alexei Zhigaltsov. - I think the most difficult thing today is the terrain. It rained at night - everything washed out in the forest and fields, it was hard to run. It was impossible to move on the roads. The grass is tall, wet... In general, our Siberian conditions - the forest helped us. Yes, and we were preparing in rather harsh conditions. They started training in December, active preparation was from February. We ran in the winter over rough terrain, through snowdrifts. We had two or three workouts a day: running, strength and special training. After all, in order to approach the competitive stage, you need to give all your best in training many times more - so that later you won’t be surprised why we show one result in training and another in competitions.

Behind - 18 kilometers through the forest and mud, in full combat gear - with a weapon and a 15-kilogram backpack. Photo: Alena MARTYNOVA, KP-Novosibirsk

Next to the Russian team, their rivals from the Congo, Laos and Tajikistan also trained, who also study at NVKKU.

Finish. Now you can get drunk enough and take a breath.Photo: Alena MARTYNOVA, KP-Novosibirsk

— A feature of the training of the Congo and Laos teams is to overcome the language barrier. Not everyone knows Russian. There is a senior of the national group who translates everything during the training,” said Igor Egorov, coach of the Congo, Tajikistan and Laos teams. - Africans are unaccustomed to our expanses of water. One of the stages of the competition - the water crossing - is hard for them. They grew up in an environment with little to no water, so we taught them how to swim again. Africans are very resilient. For debutants at the first stage, they run quite well. As for the Lao team, it is more difficult for them to pass the Scout's Trail, since they are all short in stature due to their mentality. But they have their own trump card - they shoot very accurately. By the way, on the Scout's Trail they showed a minimal time gap from the others. They are such hardworking and responsible comrades - and therefore pull out. Everyone in the Tajik team is charged enough and wants to win. Hardy. And their commander is good, strong - he drives them all the time, makes them run, jump. I think they will show good results.

There are several more stages ahead, which require strength and skills that have been diligently honed over the past six months.Photo: Alena MARTYNOVA, KP-Novosibirsk

The international stage of the "Army Intelligence Masters" competition will last until September 5th. Eight teams in full force (12 people) take part in the competition, as well as two teams from South Africa and Afghanistan, in which there is one person each.

Congo scouts performed a military dance before landing from a helicopter in Novosibirsk



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