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COMPASS


SILVA POLARIS 177 $16; SILVACOMPASS.COM Read a map, set your bearing, and go. A compass is essential, and the Polaris 177 is a great entry-level choice. It’s small and durable. The clear base plate has the scale, measurement, and cartographical markings you need to navigate in the woods.


POCKET KNIFE SWISS ARMY SERRATED


HEADLAMP


SPARTAN POCKET KNIFE $28; SWISSARMY.COM Featuring a large serrated blade, screwdriver, a can opener, punch, tweezers, and the requisite plastic toothpick on the end—what more do you need? Plus, it folds down to 3.58 inches. Don’t go down a trail without it.


PRINCETON TEC FUEL $30; PRINCETONTEC.COM A flashlight? No way. Modern outdoorsmen use headlamps for their hands-free convenience and point-of-view shine. This Princeton Tec design illuminates with four small and efficient LEDs, which are now the standard “light bulb.” Three AAA batteries offer enough juice for up to 146 hours of enhanced vision in the dark.


THE FLIGHT SIMULATOR SALUTE


PILOT


THE FLAG THE SHIP


Plan your troop’s next big overnight adventure on one of the most famous aircraft carriers in U.S. naval history.


National Historic Landmark


MEGA Movie Deck Tours Chow Time Ghost Stories Virtual Battle Stations Patriotic Flag Ceremony Patch and More BIG FUN!


BOOK YOUR OVERNIGHT CAMPOUT TODAY!


FIRST AID KIT


AMK MEDICAL KIT .9 $36; ADVENTUREMEDICALKITS.COM It weighs 12 ounces and comes in a watertight case. Inside, you’ll find an assortment of meds, bandages, and other anatomical fixers you might need in the woods. Whether it’s minor scrapes or stomach sickness, blisters or burns, this kit has you covered.


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