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Pine-Richland hosts Air Force JROTC drill competition

Wynne Everett
| Tuesday, December 4, 2018 1:33 a.m
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Cadets in the Pine-Richland High School Air Force Junior Reserve Officers’ Traning Corps hosted its first competition since Mars and Pine-Richland joined forces. Mars students can participate in the P-R unit thanks to a cross-town agreement.
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AFJROTC 11th-grade Pine-Richland students Luke Yowan and Arden Webster take a few minutes for pictures before competing in the academic quiz at the AFJROTC competition at Pine-Richland on Dec. 1, 2018.

Pine-Richland High School Air Force JROTC hosted its fourth annual drill competition on Dec. 1, at Pine-Richland High School. The community was invited to attend as cadets hosted a total of 12 schools from three states and included: Midview, Knox County, Trumbull Career & Technical Center,Parkersburg South, North Allegheny, West Mifflin, Plum, Laurel Highlands, Norwin, McDowell, Cathedral Prep, Marion Center and Pine-Richland.

This turned out to be the largest event to date as more than 300 cadets took part in the event.

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