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Confidence runs high at A.P. Hill: Photo Essay

17 Mar 2004 | Lance Cpl.Sarah A. Beavers 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit

During a break in their hectic schedule while conducting pre-deployment training here, Marines from Marine Expeditionary Unit Service Support Group 24, 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit, had the opportunity to run the Confidence Course March 15.Here the Marines were challenged with log-based obstacles. Many of them were more than 30 ft high, and tested the Marines' balance, coordination, and upper body strength.The training gave Marines a chance to experience physical training obstacles in a field environment and increased their proficiency at maneuvering through a rough terrain area.