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LDP II Graduates Tackle Their Final Obstacles

NASHVILLE DISTRICT PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Published Sept. 23, 2021

LDP II participants are climbing their way to new levels of leadership progression. But first, they need to tackle a few remaining obstacles.

Fort Loudoun Lock Navigation Facilities Manager Matthew Emmons climbs his way across one of the most challenging obstacles at the Adventure Park as one of his final challenges during the yearlong LDP II course in Nashville, Tennessee.

Fort Loudoun Lock Navigation Facilities Manager Matthew Emmons climbs his way across one of the most challenging obstacles at the Adventure Park as one of his final challenges during the yearlong LDP II course in Nashville, Tennessee.

U. S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District Project Manager Dana Sexton has her harness adjusted by one of the staff at the Adventure Park in Nashville, Tennessee, before she scales the ropes course as one of her final challenges during the LDP II course.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District Project Manager Dana Sexton has her harness adjusted by one of the staff at the Adventure Park in Nashville, Tennessee, before she scales the ropes course as one of her final challenges during the LDP II course.

The hot summer sun pours over the treetops at the Adventure Park in Nashville, Tennessee as LDP II participates get ready to tackle their final challenge before graduation.

The hot summer sun pours over the treetops at the Adventure Park in Nashville, Tennessee as LDP II participates get ready to tackle their final challenge before graduation.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District employees participating in the LDP II make it through their first obstacle at the Adventure Park in Nashville, Tennessee, before facing more challenging portions of the ropes course.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District employees participating in the LDP II make it through their first obstacle at the Adventure Park in Nashville, Tennessee, before facing more challenging portions of the ropes course.

Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District employees receive their safety briefing from the staff at the Adventure Park in Nashville, Tennessee, before beginning a friendly ax throwing competition as their final team building exercise for the LDP II program.

Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District employees receive their safety briefing from the staff at the Adventure Park in Nashville, Tennessee, before beginning a friendly ax throwing competition as their final team building exercise for the LDP II program.

Allen Malcomb, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District civil engineer, lines up his throw in hopes of hitting a bullseye and helping his team win the ax throwing competition during his final LDP II challenge at the Adventure Park in Nashville, Tennessee.

Allen Malcomb, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District civil engineer, lines up his throw in hopes of hitting a bullseye and helping his team win the ax throwing competition during his final LDP II challenge at the Adventure Park in Nashville, Tennessee.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District Assistant District Counsel Johanna Anderson retrieves her ax from the target at The Adventure Park at Nashville, Tennessee, earning points for her team during a friendly ax throwing competition as one of the final challenges in the LDP II program.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District Assistant District Counsel Johanna Anderson retrieves her ax from the target at The Adventure Park at Nashville, Tennessee, earning points for her team during a friendly ax throwing competition as one of the final challenges in the LDP II program.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District employees participating in the Leadership Development Program II put their leadership skills to use at the Adventure Park in Nashville, Tennessee as they stepped out of their comfort zones and into safety harnesses before scaling the aerial obstacle course.