I have a question about the pullup event in the CFA, I would like a response from a current cadet or maybe previous Summer Seminar attendant who did the CFA at the Academy under supervision. In the instructions for the CFA out of the "Instructions to Candidates" PDF, some events have a specificly worded situation where that event becomes terminated, for example "Terminate the modified sit-up event if the candidate fails to continuously attempt to execute a repetition or rests in the “down” position," and for the pushup event "Terminate the event if the candidate lifts a hand or foot off the ground or touches the ground with any body part other than hands and feet." In the instructions for the Pullup event, it never specifies such a reason for termination, it only says "at the end of two-minutes, give the command “STOP” and record the number of correctly executed repetitions." I have always assumed that you couldn't let go of the bar during that event and would have to rest in a dead hang. I'm in no way looking for an easy way out, which is why I'm asking for input from someone who did the CFA at the academy, I want to know how they do it there. If I'm able to drop off the bar to shake off my arms for a second then jump back up for a few more pullups, my score will be much better. If not, I'll keep doing them as I have been.