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USS Carter Hall (LSD-50) is a Harpers Ferry-Class dock landing ship. The mission of a Landing Ship Dock is to transport and launch amphibious craft, vehicles, crews, and embarked personnel in an amphibious assault.

We received adoptions requests from two groups on this ship. Due to logistics on the ship, we will have to ship to two addresses.

Group #1 - 40 males & 5 females - They do have access to a microwave but no refrigeration.

Pillowcases are a GO!

Wish List: Macaroni & cheese cups, Ramen noodles, cookies, beef jerky, sunflower seeds, drink sticks, granola bars, socks (black & white), hand sanitizer, soap, Febreez,and small board games.

Group #2 - 10 males & 3 females - They have access to a microwave and refrigeration.

Pillowcases are NOT allowed for them.

Wish List: Coffee (ground and instant), granola bars, beef jerky, cookies, sunflower seeds, drink sticks, body wash, shampoo, toothpaste, deodorant, and sunscreen.

Shipping will be May 22 to 25.

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Pat, I have 2 boxes -- 1 for a female & 1 for a male.  Which group would you like me to ship to??  They are ready to go, just need to know #1 or 2.

Donna, Thank you so much! Group #2 please!!!

Your welcome,  my pleasure.

I sent 2 boxes for the first group and 1 for the second

Thank you so very much!

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