scouts-l Mail Archive for June of 2000: Re: National Scouting Museum and Ft A.P. Hill
Dave Loomis (dloomis@NH.ULTRANET.COM
Thu Jun 15 2000 - 09:08:48 CDT
I would suggest that there must be parts of Fort Sill in
Oklahoma, Fort Leonard Wood in Missouri, and Hunter Ligget Reservation,
which I believe is part of Fort Ord in west-central California that
might also be used as rotating sites to spread the wealth, and decrease
travel for the centrally and westerly sited councils.
"(MAJ) Mike Walton (settummanque, the blackeagle)" wrote:
> Anita wrote in part and asked:
> >Now to the National Jamboreee and Ft A.P. Hill. Why is it that the Jamboree
> >is held in one location.
> One word. A very important word, and one that does not begin with the
> letter "m".
> Fort A.P. Hill, midway between Richmond, Virginia and Washington, D.C. was
> a previously under-utilized military training facility, with more room than
> soldiers to work the facility.
> Where else is there?
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