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Fort Hunt's Burning Secret
'On August 20, 1945 World War II servicemen received orders to burn all remaining records of their top secret work at Fort Hunt. Join a ranger for special programs that honor these veterans’ hidden contributions.'
The schedule is available on the flyer and on the website.
More About Fort Hunt Park
The Fort Hunt Park, which is a unit of the George Washington Memorial Parkway, features picnic areas, jogging trails and educational services. In addition to the recreational activities, Fort Hunt Park has a rich history. The site was used as part of George Washington's farm, a Spanish-American War coastal fortification and the setting for top-secret WWII military intelligence operations, as well as a popular picnic area along the George Washington Memorial Parkway.