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Outdoor Indiana, the state's premier magazine, delivers the wonders of the Hoosier outdoors to subscribers' homes and offices six times a year in 48 pages of vibrant color. For the best of state parks, lakes, wildlife, forests, trails, hunting, fishing, wildflowers and outdoorsy people, plus inside information about the state's out of doors from the DNR's experts, GET OUTdoor Indiana. Subscribe today!
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.
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