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Eagle Scout creates documentary aobut USS Arizona survivor

Discussion in 'Counter-Battery Fire' started by 4PhilipMTJ, Jan 4, 2018.

  1. 4PhilipMTJ

    4PhilipMTJ New Member

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    Hi, all: I want to invite everyone to take a look at my son's Eagle Scout project, a 50-minute (near) professional quality video memoir/documentary about USS Arizona survivor and Pacific bomber pilot Lou Conter. The video is available ad-free on You Tube. the link is at witnesstoinfamy.com
     
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    Half Track Active Member

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    Thank you, and welcome to the forum. It is quite an honor for a scout to make the rank of Eagle, my son made Eagle when he was 14. As I recall, and it was a long time ago, he made laminated fire exit signs for his junior high school, for classrooms and hallways. Scouting was much fun for him and me also, especially when we went to the Pocono mountains of Pennsylvania for winter camp. Your son can be very proud of his accomplishment and his project.
     

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