2019-20 Orienteering Team
Team Commander: C/1st Class Rhiauna-Marie Rodriguez
PRACTICE WILL BE RAIN OR SHINE, JUST LIKE OUR MEETS. THE ONLY CAUSE FOR CANCELATION IS LIGHTING.
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Volunteer with Charms:
Sign up to Volunteer at GA Tech or Mercedes Benz
Let's volunteer as a team - potential options are Nov 17th at GA Tech
or Dec 16th at MB
September 14: Mountain Madness @ McIntosh Reserve
October 19: Jolly Roger @ Dauset Trails
November 2: Pirate Classic @ Blythe Island Park
November 10: Veteran's Day @ Hard Labor Creek State Park
December 8: A12 Championship @ Mistletoe State Park
March 14-15: National Championship @ Quantico, VA
Ribbon REQs: Active Member, Participate in 3 events
Varsity Letter: Complete 3 sanctioned events on the Green course
Orienteering is a land navigation competition through the woods, with just a compass and a map. Orienteering can be one of the more physically demanding events in which the unit competes.
Cadets use a magnetic compass and topographical map to find checkpoints on an orienteering course as quickly and accurately as possible. The course's leg lengths vary from short (3 KM) to long (7 KM).
Orienteering is an event that requires a combination of physical stamina and the ability to think quickly on your feet. Cadets also can't be afraid to get wet or dirty as you compete on some of the courses.