Emerging leaders visit Fort Jackson

By Chris Rasmussen, Fort Jackson LeaderMarch 10, 2011

Anthony Hernandez, a member of Leadership Columbia, lines up a board Tuesday at the Teamwork Development Course.
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Brian Pattison, left, and Nathan Arnold attempt to figure out a way to get a barrel across the Destroyed Bridge obstacle Tuesday at the Teamwork Development Course.
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Leadership Columbia members try to figure out how they are going to conquer the Destroyed Bridge obstacle Tuesday at the Teamwork Development Course.
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Manny Licata, a Leadership Columbia participant, carefully attempts to place a board on a beam Tuesday at the Teamwork Development Course.
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Leadership Columbia participants, clockwise, Anthony Hernandez, Charles Appleby, Nathan Arnold and Brian Pattison try the teamwork approach to solving the Destroyed Bridge obstacle Tuesday at the Teamwork Development Course.
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Staff Sgt. Jamie Wall, 165th Infantry Brigade, briefs Leadership Columbia participants on the Destroyed Bridge obstacle Tuesday at the Teamwork Development Course. Fort Jackson hosted about 80 members of the leadership development group, which is run by the Columbia Chamber of Commerce, for a day of instruction, discussion and observation.
6 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Staff Sgt. Jamie Wall, 165th Infantry Brigade, briefs Leadership Columbia participants on the Destroyed Bridge obstacle Tuesday at the Teamwork Development Course. Fort Jackson hosted about 80 members of the leadership development group, which is run by the Columbia Chamber of Commerce, for a day of instruction, discussion and observation. (Photo Credit: Chris Rasmussen, Fort Jackson Leader) VIEW ORIGINAL