Outdoor programs draw teen interest

November 1998
Airman;Nov98, Vol. 42 Issue 11, p12
Provides information on TRAIL, a program developed for young adults to provide outdoor recreation-based activities and experiences. Incorporation of valuable lessons in leadership, self-esteem, trust, developing priorities and identifying strengths; Other key ingredients of the program; Participating Air Force bases.


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