Challenging "TARHEELS."

Blair, Susan
November 2006
Soldiers;Nov2006, Vol. 61 Issue 11, p34
The article describes the training program called Tarheel Challenge for high school students who are having problems with earning high-school diplomas. Students will be taken to Fort Bragg, North Carolina where they will undergo a two-week boot camp. Activities include crawling under barbed wire, rappelling from a 30-foot tower and working together as a team. According to Tarheel director Eddie Toler, participants gain confidence, discipline and self-respect through the program.


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