Justin BroglioBonanza staff writer

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March 2, 2006
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Flawless performance

On Wednesday afternoon cadets from Incline High School's Junior ROTC (Reserve Officers' Training Corps) program completed their Annual Formal Inspection without a hitch.

"The kids performance was perfect," said Incline JROTC instructor Lt. Col. Warren Sprinkle. "Everything was terrific. It was some of the best marching I've seen since I've been here and every cadet was very well prepared."

Although ROTC inspectors won't announce inspection awards until May, Lt. Col. Sprinkle said he is fully confident the program will maintain its Honor Unit with Distinction status.

"The inspectors all had really positive things to say afterwards," said Incline High School JROTC battalion commander, senior Julia Gregory. "We didn't make any mistakes and I think we did much better than we did in practice. I wouldn't have changed a thing."Incline Village High School principal John Clark said it was one of the best inspection's he has ever seen, and everyone involved did a fantastic job.

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Tahoe Daily Tribune Updated Mar 2, 2006 06:52PM Published Mar 2, 2006 12:00AM Copyright 2006 Tahoe Daily Tribune. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.