During the six-day sailing adventure, Baltic Sea conditions ranged from sunny skies to stormy weather.
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The schooner crew sets sail in the early-morning hours.
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Manning the helm was a well-earned duty for the children.
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A German member of the schooner crew reviews ship procedures with Camp A.R.M.Y Challenge participants.
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Ship's Capt. Jens Koch calls an all-hands meeting.
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From left, 1st Mate Oliver Freckman explains knot-tying techniques to Ricky McCarthy and Kelli and Stefanie Montereo.
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Tyler Perry stands watch as part of his deck duties.
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Camp A.R.M.Y Challenge participants get a quick rundown from Joe Marton, child and youth program specialist for Installation Management Command-Europe.
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The ship's galley served as place to eat, sleep and relax.
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