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The Last Dustoff

A cache by KelticKacher Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 3/8/2003
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1 out of 5

Size: Size: virtual (virtual)

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Geocache Description:

A virtual cache honoring heroes past and remembering heroes present.

The Last Dustoff honors the Permian Basin's heroes lost during the Vietnam War.

The claim questions were changed after the original answers were apparently passed around. The original question was "What do the two stars denote?" The answer was found by locating the two men who were posthumously awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor: Alfred M Wilson, PFC, Marines and Marvin R Young, SSGT, Army.

To claim this cache you must email us the answers to the following questions. The answers can be found at the cache coordinates.

1. What text is on the Natural Gas Services Group, Inc. block?
2. What text is on the block immediately to the right of the block in question #1?

Any claims not preceded by the correct answers in an email will be deleted!

Please note: If we answer your claim email and receive a automated return requiring verification of our email address, we do not respond to those as a matter of course. Some of those services are nothing but address harvesters and we choose not reply to them.

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