The man above, Josh Miner, founded the rugged camp Outward Bound. He was born in New Jersey and attended Phillips Exeter Academy and then Princeton. He was a captain in World War II, and when he returned, he was a physic instructor at PA Andover from ’52 to ’64. He founded Outward Bound in 1961 and served as its chairman until 1972. The program started in Colorado with 80 students, and since then millions have graduated from the program. My hockey captain, PA ’11, went on one of the trips last year and even showed the team a picture of a goat she took on her phone.
Anyhow, Miner recieved the John Phillips Award from Exeter in 1992. In 1995, the Outward Bound national center was named after him.
Check out his obituary in the NY Times here: http://www.nytimes.com/2002/01/31/us/joshua-l-miner-81-founder-of-american-outward-bound.html