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Cadets from Oahu’s Junior Reserve Officers Training

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Cadets from Oahu’s Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps launch a seafaring canoe at Pililaau Army Recreation Center, Hawaii April 21, 2018 during the 13th Annual Waianae Adventure Challenge. This event is a multi-day team physical fitness challenge to hone their skills of leadership and camaraderie. “They’re learning the importance of being in charge and setting the pace for everything that the team does,” said Staff Sgt. Keith Vinson, a Soldier with B Company, 1st Battalion, 27th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division. Soldiers from 2IBCT, 25ID helped grade, coach and cheer on these young adults. (U.S. Army Photo by 1st Lt. Ryan Debooy)

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