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Governor Kate Brown visits Oregon National Guard Youth Challenge Program (Photo) - 03/09/17

170309-Z-OT568-064: Oregon Governor Kate Brown is greeted by cadets as she arrives at the Oregon National Guard's Youth Challenge Program during her visit to the alternative high school, March 9, 2017, in Bend, Oregon. The governor assessed the educational opportunities the Oregon National Guard provides to young adults, ages 16-18, from across the state. The Oregon Youth Challenge Program is an accredited alternative high school similar to a military academy where cadets (students) live on site for five months while earning high school credits, a high school diploma, or their GED. (Photo by Sgt. 1st Class April Davis, Oregon Military Department Public Affairs)

170309-Z-OT568-146: Oregon Governor Kate Brown speaks with cadets as she tours the Oregon National Guard's Youth Challenge Program during her visit to the alternative high school, March 9, 2017, in Bend, Oregon. The governor assessed the educational opportunities the Oregon National Guard provides to young adults, ages 16-18, from across the state. The Oregon Youth Challenge Program is an accredited alternative high school similar to a military academy where cadets (students) live on site for five months while earning high school credits, a high school diploma, or their GED. (Photo by Sgt. 1st Class April Davis, Oregon Military Department Public Affairs)

170309-Z-OT568-169: Oregon Governor Kate Brown poses for a photo with cadets as she tours the Oregon National Guard's Youth Challenge Program during her visit to the alternative high school, March 9, 2017, in Bend, Oregon. The governor assessed the educational opportunities the Oregon National Guard provides to young adults, ages 16-18, from across the state. The Oregon Youth Challenge Program is an accredited alternative high school similar to a military academy where cadets (students) live on site for five months while earning high school credits, a high school diploma, or their GED. (Photo by Sgt. 1st Class April Davis, Oregon Military Department Public Affairs)

170309-Z-OT568-224: Oregon Governor Kate Brown speaks with cadets as she tours the Oregon National Guard's Youth Challenge Program during her visit to the alternative high school, March 9, 2017, in Bend, Oregon. The governor assessed the educational opportunities the Oregon National Guard provides to young adults, ages 16-18, from across the state. The Oregon Youth Challenge Program is an accredited alternative high school similar to a military academy where cadets (students) live on site for five months while earning high school credits, a high school diploma, or their GED. (Photo by Sgt. 1st Class April Davis, Oregon Military Department Public Affairs)