Outdoor Indiana - January/February 2013

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Recruit school for aspiring conservation officers poses a physical and mental challenge that grooms candidates for the variety of challenges duty will pose. Then-recruit Jacob McVey of Paris Crossing, now stationed in Dearborn County, had to move sandbags up and down a hill after another recruit spoke improperly to a superior officer.

Recruit school for aspiring conservation officers poses a physical and mental challenge that grooms candidates for the variety of challenges duty will pose. Then-recruit Jacob McVey of Paris Crossing, now stationed in Dearborn County, had to move sandbags up and down a hill after another recruit spoke improperly to a superior officer.

Photo by Frank Oliver.