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  Scott C

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I took a ride on pt 305 in October with my son Andrew had a great time with great weather. it gave me a small glimps into what my father went through in the south pacific. his name is Arthur Campbell MMoM 1/c boat 248 ron 20 I wonder if there is any still around who was in his ron.


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My wife and I had the honor of riding on the 305 last year. A bucket list item that in my younger years I never thought I would be able to fulfill. When in New Orleans a visit to the National WWII Museum is also a must see exhibit.
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yes Larry we went to the museum on Sunday after the ride. we ran out of time. superb exhibits!! Scott.


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