Cadets try to catch their breath following the Assault Beach Run.
Cadets prepare for the relay race.
NMC SROTC cadets wait patiently in the background as scorers tally results of the pull-up challenge. Photo by K-Andrea Evarose S. Limol
The all-female Taco Belles team from the MHS Dolphin Battalion pose for a photo before heading to the Guma Sakman beachside to execute the Ass…
NMC SROTC and MHS JROTC cadets execute the pull-up challenge.
NMC SROTC and MHS JROTC cadets prepare to execute the relay race challenge.
A male cadet executes the pull-up challenge.
NMC SROTC cadets lift a tire under the pouring rain during the relay race.
Cadets pose for a photo following the completion of the Assault Beach Run.
Cadets line up for the mile run challenge.
NMC SROTC cadets prepare to execute the Assault Beach Run.
An MHS female cadet executes the longest female pull-up hold in this year’s Extreme Raider Challenge.
Army Instructor SFC Albert Lujan times cadets during the push-up challenge.
Army Instructor SFC Albert Lujan gives instructions to the NMC SROTC cadets before the relay race.
Army Instructor SFC Albert Lujan holds a quick meeting with team leaders following the pull-up challenge.
Female cadets lift a tire as part of the relay race.
SFC Romeo Igisomar, left, looks on as cadets execute the mile run.
From left, SFC Romeo Igisomar, Senior Army Instructor LTC Gregorio Muna Sablan Jr., and Army Instructor SFC Albert Lujan converse following th…
The all-female Taco Belles prepare to execute the Female Assault Beach Run.
Female cadets execute the pull-up hold.
- K-Andrea Evarose Limol
K-Andrea is a Gates Millennium Scholar who earned her bachelor of arts degree in political science from St. Francis College in Brooklyn, NY. Since joining the MV team in Feb. 2020, she has been covering the political, environmental, and community beats.