Two days on the ground where the heroes among us train
FORT INDIANTOWN GAP — If you didn't grow up as a family member of someone who was in The National Guard, chances are there's a little bit of confusion as to what exactly the role these individuals who serve might play.
In college, I had some Guard friends, and I always sort of saw them as part soldier, part civilian. But earlier this month, I had the opportunity to take part in a Boss Lift program held at the training grounds for The Guard at Fort Indiantown Gap, and it was there that I learned there is much more to it than that.
To read the full story about Spirit Editor Zak Lantz's trip, pick up Saturday's print edition of The Spirit.