The Keystone Young Marines attacked Raccoon Creek State Park for some quality survival training. Shane Miller and Patrick Adams, two of the best environmental specialists employed by the DCNR (Department of Conservation and Natural Resources) taught the Young Marines skills to survive in the wild. They learned about making debris huts, primitive fire-making, plants that are edible, awareness drills, and how to properly walk in the woods without getting lost. Also, the Keystone Young Marines honored the 59th birthday of the Young Marines at the Georgetown in Pleasant Hills. Good times were had by all and most importantly these Young Marines are learning and experiencing the importance of tradition and the values that make the United States of America great. Semper Fi!
Keystone Young Marine's Get Quality Survival Training