Cub Scouts from Pack 345 had an amazing time visiting The National Infantry Museum at Fort Benning, where they not only explored the rich history of our nation’s infantry but also had the unique opportunity to interact with real-life infantrymen!
Our enthusiastic Scouts eagerly stepped into the infantrymen’s training village, where they were treated to a thrilling demonstration of door-breaching techniques. The excitement was palpable as our young adventurers watched the soldiers showcase their skills, offering a glimpse into the life of those who serve and protect our country.
But the fun didn’t stop there! Our Cub Scouts got to experience another authentic taste of military life – chowing down on MREs (Meals Ready to Eat) alongside the infantrymen. It was a fantastic bonding experience, allowing the kids to learn more about the day-to-day realities of service members while sharing stories and laughter.
This unforgettable trip to The National Infantry Museum at Fort Benning was not only exciting and fun, but also deeply educational for our Cub Scouts. Pack 345 continues to offer unique experiences that inspire curiosity, foster camaraderie, and instill respect for the men and women who dedicate their lives to our nation’s defense. We can’t wait for the next adventure! 🎖️🏞️💫