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February 18, 2013Bryan Adams High school
Cougars take on Camp Bullis !
This summer 14 cadets were chosen to take on the JROTC Cadet Leadership Challenge (JCLC) at Camp Bullis! What is Camp Bullis you might ask? Well camp Bullis is a training site that provides selected cadets in JROTC program the training with a physically and mentally challenging opportunity to synthesize JROTC principles learned in the JROTC classroom but in a practical setting and a military environment. Before leaving everybody couldn’t feel but tension and excitement according to C/Cpl Jennings, “It feels as a great opportunity to develop my leadership skills”, many thought this but most praying to be with their buddies in this unknown environment. The methodology used to conduct JCLC was the companionship of 300 other cadets from 22 different schools. These cadets were cadets were divided into four companies A-D (Alpha, Bravo, Charlie and Delta) each company having their own aisle of Barracks approx. 10 per barrack. They went along the way marching (Their only means of transportation) singing cadence and drinking water in order to stay hydrated in the San Antonio heat. These cadets had to force their bodies to the 5am-6am PT, then breakfast, which was “To die for…”From C/SFC Becerra. Over all the cadets had a great time and experience, JCLC is held every summer, everyone should except the challenge and go!