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2015 Boys Nation Day 3

July 19, 2015

On Day 3 of 2015 Boys Nation, delegates started the day off with a non-denominational patriotic memorial service, and then broke into senate and party conventions. Afterwards, they met with National Commander Michael D. Helm at Greenbelt, Md., Post 136 for a dinner, and finished the night off by visiting the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Lincoln Memorial and Korean War Veterans Memorial. (Photos by Lucas Carter)

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2015 Boys Nation Day 2

July 18, 2015

The 2015 Boys Nation delegates are sworn in as Senators, and afterwards they broke into their party conventions and committee groups before electing a President Pro Tempore and Secretary of the Senate to finish the day. (Photos by Lucas Carter)

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Boys Nation Day 1

July 17, 2015

2015 American Legion Boys Nation delegates arrive in Arlington, Va. on Friday, July 17, 2015. (Photos by Lucas Carter)

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2014 Boys Nation - Day 8

July 26, 2014

On the last day of 2014 Boys Nation, the delegates held their final senate session, visited The White House and graduated from the Boys Nation program. Starting as early as 4am Saturday morning, the delegates boarded buses to go back to Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport to fly home. Photos by Lucas Carter.

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2014 Boys Nation - Day 7

July 24, 2014

The 2014 Boys Nation delegates spent time on Capitol Hill Thursday morning, as they had the opportunity to meet with U.S. Senators from their home state. In the evening, the delegates had the opportunity to hear Nesse Godin speak, who is a Holocaust survivor. Photos by Lucas Carter.

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2014 Boys Nation - Day 6

July 23, 2014

Wednesday, July 23 brought the delegates the swearing in of their president and vice president, Dr. Matthew Shank of Marymount University surprising them with a ten thousand dollar scholarship should they choose to return to Marymount University for college, and experiencing Twilight Tattoo, a historical military pageant. Photos by Lucas Carter.

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