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Boy Scout Troop 103 visits amphibious base in Norfolk

October 31, 2011
  • Boy Scout Troop 103 of Hagerstown recently visited the Little Creek Amphibious Base in Norfolk, Va. Pictured are, front row from left, Colin Stacey, Kate Whaley, Patrick Souza, Liam Harbert and Timmy Forrest. Second row, Geoffrey Souza, Cameron Whaley, Justin Smith, Benjamin Forrest, Adam Harbert, Thomas Forrest, Zachary Klein and William Klein. Back row, Chief Chris Viano and the crew of LCAC-83, committee member Robert Stacey, Beth Forrest, committee member Bill Whaley, Christian Rejonis, Seth Martin, Assistant Scoutmaster Daniel Klein, committee member Chris Stacey, Scoutmaster Mark Forrest and committee member Robert King.
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Boy Scout Troop 103 of Hagerstown recently visited Little Creek Amphibious Base in Norfolk, Va.

The troop visited Assault Craft Unit 4. The Scouts were shown a video about the history of the assault craft from World War II to the present. The Scouts then were allowed to board one of the craft. The craft is known as a LACK, or Landing Craft Air Cushion.

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