JLBC CADET CORPS Survival
Sooner or later, JLBC cadets will have to cope with frustration when a few of their plans run into trouble. One outgrowth of this frustration is anger. Many events in a survival situation can frustrate or anger a JLBC cadet. Getting lost, forgotten, or damaged equipment, the weather, inhospitable physical, terrain, and physical limitations are just a few sources of frustration and anger. If the JLBC Cadet does not properly focus JLBC Cadet's angry feelings, cadets can waste much energy on activities that do little to further either their chances of survival or the events of those around them.