Base camp was at October Mountain State Forest in Lee.
What does OMSF stand for?
OMSF stands for October Mountain State Forest (Massachusetts)
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- Oklahoma Minority Supplier Development Council, Inc.
- Office of Management Systems and Evaluation (EPA)
- Office of Medical Student Education (various universities; administrative office)
- Office of Multi-Ethnic Student Education (University of Maryland)
- Open Message Switching Engine
- Order Management System Extension
- Oregon Master of Software Engineering (Portland State University; Portland, OR)
- Overall Mean Square Error
- Ontario-Montclair School Employees Federal Credit Union (California)
- Occupational Medical Surveillance and Evaluation Program (US Coast Guard)
- Office of Manned Space Flight (NASA)
- Ogden Martin Systems of Fairfax (Lorton, VA)
- Open Mobile Software Foundation
- Operations and Maintenance Satellite Facility (various locations)
- Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Foundation (Rosemont, IL)
- Orthogonal Maximum Spreading Factor
- Office of the Massachusetts State Geologist (est. 2002; University of Massachusetts; Amherst, MA)
- Officer Midshipman Study Guide (US Navy)
- Officine Meccaniche San Giorgio (Italian: Machine Shop San Giorgio)
- Oh My Stars and Garters
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The state Department of Conservation and Recreation owns a variety of properties, from 16,000-acre October Mountain State Forest in Lee to 119-acre Dunn Park in Gardner.
Gilbert Hills State Forest, Foxboro Wrentham State Forest, Wrentham Franklin State Forest, Franklin Beartown State Forest, Lee, Great Barrington and Monterey October Mountain State Forest, Lee, Lenox, Washington and Becket Pittsfield State Forest, Pittsfield, Lanesboro and Hancock Tolland State Forest, Tolland, Sandisfield and Otis Source: State Department of Conservation and Recreation What are off-highway vehicles?