A Drill Sgt's job is a critical one: they are the gate keepers – the guardians of the name “Soldier”. Cadet Troop Handlers at the Military Adventure Camp have a similar job: To teach the recruits the importance of being a Cadet. All Troop Handler candidates go through the Cadet Troop Handlers Academy to test their skills in teaching, and their knowledge of all things military and cadetting. Think you've got what it takes? For more information visit our website militaryadventurecamp.com. The U.S. Army Cadet Corps, Inc., is an independent non-profit youth development organization made up of paid and volunteer Cadre that provide a high-adventure military career exploration program for young people age 12-17 who are considering the possibility of a career in the United States Army, Army Reserve or Army National Guard. It is recognized by the Internal Revenue Service under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. USAC Inc., is not an official entity of the United States Army. (USAC photos by USAC Staff Sgt. John Cleary and USAC Sgt. 1st Class Brian D. Lehnhardt, edited by Cadet Cpl. Nathan Ostrander)

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