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Missouri S&T’s U.S. Army ROTC students competed in the Ranger Buddy Competition Saturday, April 8, in Lawrence, Kansas.
The Ranger Buddy Competition consists of 170 two-person teams from 43 separate universities, all competing to determine which teams have the grit and skills to win the grueling annual competition. The teams are put to the test through a series of challenging obstacles, team movements and tasks. These challenges require strong physical skills and a mental mindset to work through each objective.
Cadets were challenged with a 15K ruck march, multiple tactical knowledge lanes and a 5K run.
Cadets that represented Missouri S&T’s U.S. Army ROTC Stonehenge Battalion, included: