SAS Interim Semester: Jungle Survival Malaysia 1974
This was the course description: Objective of this course is to acquaint students with basic survival techniques; in other words, how to feed yourself, as well as finding out where you are and how to get out. This objective will be met through a one week training course in Johore, given by ANZUK Special Forces Unit and several days implementing this knowledge at an isolated beach on Jason's Bay.
Participants for this 9 day trip included 3 teachers (Mr. Leonard, Mrs. Kraar, and Mr. Doenecke), 56 students (48 boys and 8 girls), and 2 men from the British Army (1 captain and 1 sergeant). Thank you to Scott Doenecke (Class of 1984) and his father, Bill Doenecke, who taught social studies at SAS in the early 1970s for sharing this photo and information.