LAGRANGE, Ga. — A second Troup County student has been selected to participate in this summer's prestigious 2010 Aerospace and Technology Honors Camp.
Troup High School sophomore and Air Force JROTC cadet captain Samantha Morris will attend medical honors camp this summer at the University of Oklahoma, the school system announced in a press release.
Morris joins Callaway High School sophomore and JROTC cadet major Kallie Montgomery, who has also been selected to become part of the elite group to participate in the program. Montgomery will participate in the Navy Sail Academy.
According to the system press release, only 10 cadets from each branch of the armed forces are selected. Only the top one half of 1 percent of approximately 110,000 Air Force JROTC cadets are chosen for the program.
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The camps introduce high school cadets to medical, scientific, technical, and career rated opportunities in the U.S. Air Force.
Morris, who attended Cadet Summer Leadership School at Converse College in Spartanburg, S.C. last summer, is a member of the JROTC color guard and Troup's Beta Club.