JROTC cadets get a glimpse of military life

A Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps cadet from South Dade High School tries to breach a door open while working with a U.S. Coast Guard Maritime Safety Security Team member Jan. 22 during a two-day mentorship event as part of Special Operations Command South’s Military Assistance Program on Homestead Air Reserve Base, Fla. More than 180 cadets from Homestead High and South Dade High Schools participated in the event where the cadets got to see a local police dog demonstration, they interacted with members of the base’s explosive ordinance disposal (EOD) team and their equipment, and they observed an U.S. Air Force maintenance crew work on F-16 Falcon aircrafts. (U.S. Army photo by Staff. Agt. Osvaldo Equite)

PHOTO BY: Staff. Agt. Osvaldo Equite
VIRIN: 150122-A-KD443-006.JPG
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