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The High Brass Series (shared, public)

List Owner: Team Deejay

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This series contains 5 increasingly difficult caches located in the New Munster Wildlife Area in Kenosha County

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GCJ884 Traditional Cache 1. High Brass - Brigadier General
  This is the first in the High Brass series of five caches. Each cache has a progressively higher difficulty rating, thus this cache is rated a one star. See how far up the chain of command you can get, starting from the one star “Brigadier General” and rising to the top rank of five star “General Of The Army”. Just as in real life though, the higher you attempt to go, the more difficult it becomes. Only the best of the best will be able to make it to the top. Inside this cache you will find part of the coordinates for the final cache of this series, General of the Army. You must complete the first four of the High Brass series caches to assemble the coordinates for the final cache. The terrain is very easy with most caches located a minimum distance from the access trail. This first cache is a regular size ammo box. How far up the ranks can you go in the High Brass?
 

GCJ886 Traditional Cache 2. High Brass - Major General
  This is the second in the High Brass series of five caches. Each cache has a progressively higher difficulty rating, thus this cache is rated a two star. See how far up the chain of command you can get, starting from the one star “Brigadier General” and rising to the top rank of five star “General Of The Army”. Just as in real life though, the higher you attempt to go, the more difficult it becomes. Only the best of the best will be able to make it to the top. Inside this cache you will find part of the coordinates for the final cache of this series, General of the Army. You must complete the first four of the High Brass series caches to assemble the coordinates for the final cache. The terrain is very easy with most caches located a minimum distance from the access trail. This second cache is a round 3X5 inch tupperware container. How far up the ranks can you go in the High Brass?  

GCJ887 Traditional Cache 3. High Brass - Lieutenant General
  This is the third in the High Brass series of five caches. Each cache has a progressively higher difficulty rating, thus this cache is rated a three star. See how far up the chain of command you can get, starting from the one star “Brigadier General” and rising to the top rank of five star “General Of The Army”. Just as in real life though, the higher you attempt to go, the more difficult it becomes. Only the best of the best will be able to make it to the top. Inside this cache you will find part of the coordinates for the final cache of this series, General of the Army. You must complete the first four of the High Brass series caches to assemble the coordinates for the final cache. The terrain is very easy with most caches located a minimum distance from the access trail. This third cache is a 2X4 inch pill bottle. How far up the ranks can you go in the High Brass?
 

GCJ888 Traditional Cache 4. High Brass - General
  This is the fourth in the High Brass series of five caches. Each cache has a progressively higher difficulty rating, thus this cache is rated a four star. See how far up the chain of command you can get, starting from the one star “Brigadier General” and rising to the top rank of five star “General Of The Army”. Just as in real life though, the higher you attempt to go, the more difficult it becomes. Only the best of the best will be able to make it to the top. Inside this cache you will find part of the coordinates for the final cache of this series, General of the Army. You must complete the first four of the High Brass series caches to assemble the coordinates for the final cache. The terrain is very easy with most caches located a minimum distance from the access trail. This cache is a 4X4X2 inch tupperware box. How far up the ranks can you go in the High Brass?
 

GCJ889 Unknown Cache 5. High Brass - General Of The Army (R)
  This is the fifth and final cache in the High Brass series. The above coordinates are for the parking area. In order to find this cache you must first find the other four caches of the High Brass series, Brigadier General, Major General, Lieutenant General, & General. Each cache has a progressively higher difficulty rating, corresponding to the number of stars of each rank, thus this final cache is rated a five star. . The terrain is very easy with most caches located a minimum distance from the access trail. This cache is a camo waterproof match container. Can you make it to the top of the High Brass?
 
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