Thomasville High School's Air Force JROTC cadets recently competed in the Titletown Invitational Drill Meet at Lowndes County High School in Valdosta, Georgia. They placed first in Unarmed Regulation Drill, Most Impressive Commander in Unarmed Regulation Drill, and first in Commander's Challenge. Commander's Challenge is a significant win. It consists of giving each school's Drill Commander a drill routine at the beginning of the day that they perform with their team at the end of the day. They only have a couple of hours to learn and teach an entire routine. Cadet Chief Master Sgt. Cameron Johnson taught it and executed it perfectly. The cadets also placed 3rd in Unarmed Inspection. Congratulations AFJROTC cadets!