National Capital Area Council

The National Capital Area Council (NCAC) is part of the Boy Scouts of America and serves Scouts in the Washington, D.C., Maryland, Virginia, and as of 1 March 2013 the United States Virgin Islands. NCAC is a local council under the Northeast Region.

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