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This micro-cache was placed here to draw attention to the Memorial at the site of what was unofficially known as "Camp X". The cache contains the standard geocache notice and logbook on the reverse side - bring a pen/pencil.
This paramilitary training installation was established December 6, 1941 through the cooperative efforts of the British Security Co-Ordination (BSC) and the Government of Canada. BSC's chief, Sir William Stephenson was not British, he was Canadian. Sir Stephenson became known as "The Man called Intrepid". Here, over 500 Allied "secret agents" trained in a variety of "special techniques" designed to destroy the enemy at any cost.
In 1942 Ian Fleming, the creator of Britain's most charming spy "James Bond", observed the training exercises as part of his responsibility as a British Naval Intelligence Officer.
The cache is located at the base of one of the flag poles; it should be obvious after reading the description which one it is.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum