A helping hand

| January 6, 2012 | 0 Comments
SCHOFIELD BARRACKS — More than 105 high school JROTC Cadets, representing 16 high schools, compete in the fourth Annual Punahou Adventure Challenge, or PAC, at East Range Training Complex, here, recently.  All teams completed a challenging six-hour course that tested the Cadets’ physical and mental abilities under adverse weather conditions, including five test stations situated over a 7-mile cross-country course.  The stations included land navigation, rappelling, a rope bridge, a rope climb, a buddy carry and an obstacle and confidence course. (Courtesy of Punahou JROTC)

SCHOFIELD BARRACKS — More than 105 high school JROTC Cadets, representing 16 high schools, compete in the fourth Annual Punahou Adventure Challenge, or PAC, at East Range Training Complex, here, recently. All teams completed a challenging six-hour course that tested the Cadets’ physical and mental abilities under adverse weather conditions, including five test stations situated over a 7-mile cross-country course. The stations included land navigation, rappelling, a rope bridge, a rope climb, a buddy carry and an obstacle and confidence course. (Courtesy of Punahou JROTC)

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