Lansing student at KSU takes challenge
Manhattan A Lansing student at Kansas State University recently competed in a military skills and leadership competition at Camp Dodge, Iowa.
Josh Bralley, a junior in business administration-pre-professional, was one of 18 KSU cadets competing at the Army ROTC Cadet Command 11th Brigade Ranger Challenge on Oct. 29.
Fifteen teams from nine colleges competed in the challenge.
The event, "15 Hours of Pain," tested the cadets' teamwork and military and fitness skills. Activities included a shooting accuracy competition, crossing a one-rope bridge and an Army physical fitness test. The fitness test included push-ups, sit-ups, a two-mile run and a 10-kilometer rucksack run.
KSU had two teams, one of which finished fourth overall. The other finished 11th