Troop handlers Stellane John, left, Kurt Guckenberger and Jacob Lurie loaded magazines with .22-caliber ammunition. John is from Kayenta, Ariz., Guckenberger is from Bellbrook, Ohio, and Lurie is from Detroit. If all goes well for the recruits, they will officially become cadets when they graduate on Saturday.
Troop handlers Stellane John, left, Kurt Guckenberger and Jacob Lurie loaded magazines with .22-caliber ammunition. John is from Kayenta, Ariz., Guckenberger is from Bellbrook, Ohio, and Lurie is from Detroit. If all goes well for the recruits, they will officially become cadets when they graduate on Saturday. Herald-Leader
Troop handlers Stellane John, left, Kurt Guckenberger and Jacob Lurie loaded magazines with .22-caliber ammunition. John is from Kayenta, Ariz., Guckenberger is from Bellbrook, Ohio, and Lurie is from Detroit. If all goes well for the recruits, they will officially become cadets when they graduate on Saturday. Herald-Leader

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