Burke earned a great opportunity to attend Squadron Officer School (SOS) in Montgomery Alabama. It is a training school that all Captains in the Air Force must attend if they want to be promoted. Only a select number of Civilians are invited to attend and Burke was one of two civil ans at his session. I decided to go to UT while he was in Alabama and we had lots of fun. But before we get to all that I wanted you to see what Burke was up to for five long weeks.
This is Burke's flight or "team"th out of 35. Not to Shabby:)
This game was created specifically for SOS. It was very rule intensive so the goal was to make sure your team studied together and practiced together effectively. It was not as much about athleticism as it was about team work. They won two out of three games they played.
I think they mean business!!!
The Field Tasks included an obstacle coarse that required a tremendous amount of teamwork and problem solving skills to complete.
How do we get our entire flight plus first aide kit across this "river" using a step ladder and a rope that are too short?