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Cadets from Bluffton High School’s Army Junior Reserve

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Cadets from Bluffton High School’s Army Junior Reserve

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Cadets from Bluffton High School’s Army Junior Reserve Officer Training Course, Beaufort High School’s Air Force JROTC, Marine JROTC units from Battery Creek High School and Whale Branch High School, as well as Hilton Head Island’s Navy JROTC program perform one minute of situps on April 11, 2014, in Bluffton S.C., as part of the physical fitness test at this year’s Superintendent’s Cup, a competition that tests JROTC cadets on their mental and physical abilities in both individual and team-based events. Bluffton High School’s Army JROTC won the Superintendent’s Cup for a second consecutive year. 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division Soldiers, as well as members of the Audie Murphy Club, were on hand to grade all events. (U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. Bob Yarbrough, 4th IBCT, 3rd ID, Public Affairs)

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11/04/2014
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