San Jacinto Unified’s Air Force JROTC unit receives ‘Exceeds Standards’ grade

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Formation under the command of Cadet John Pepper, far right, performs a 30-step drill sequence for the inspection. Courtesy photo
SAN JACINTO – The Air Force JROTC at San Jacinto Unified School District’s San Jacinto High School earned an overall unit assessment score of “Exceeds Standards,” the highest rating attainable during their evaluation Oct. 28, by the headquarters under the U.S. Air Force. “The cadets were very impressive and displayed exemplary pride in their unit,” Col. Bobby C. Woods Jr., director of the Air Force JROTC headquarters, said in his recent letter of congratulations. San Jacinto High’s unit was evaluated by retired Col. Ben Young Jr. to provide feedback on their performance and assess their compliance with Public Law, Department of Defense and Air Force Instructions, and the written agreement that exists between district and the Air Force. Instructors retired Lt. Col. Mi
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