A Bridge to the Future
August 4-10, 1993
Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia

The 1993 Jamboree OA Service Corps (Staff Troop #3260) was made up of four troops, and also included support staff and key members of the National Committee. It's my guess that there were only 125 of us total, in addition to the Youth Services staff.

Initially, we could purchase two service corps flaps, and were also issued the really cool armband (only one each). During the Jamboree, we were given the option to purchase a third flap. All of the extras were distributed to the rest of Youth Services.

Jamboree pocket patch

Jamboree neckerchief

OA Service Corps flap

OA Service Corps armband

OA Rendezvous

Brownsea Island Staff

Bureau of Reclamation

Central Region 1993 Jamboree

Northeast Region1993 Jamboree

Southern Region 1993 Jamboree

Western Region 1993 Jamboree

Central Region
subcamps (1-4)

Western Region
subcamp patches (5-9)

Northeast Region
subcamp patches (10-14)

Southern Region
subcamp patches (15-19)

Staff Troop #3260
Troop 4-- John Hartman, SM

We were housed at Longstreet Camp, Youth Services HQ near the OA Indian Village and Trading Post C. We had the privilege to work with a lot of great people, including Del Loder, National Chief Brian Beaverstock, Ed Pease, Allen Mossman, and Dr. Carl Marchetti. While the rain was pretty bad for a day or two, we all had a really memorable time.

OAS My Collection: 1993 Jamboree
Created: June 1997
This page updated: 
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