Boy scout uniforms
A Scout’s uniform is often decorated with merit, patrol, troop, and other custom patches used to signify achievement, rank, and experience.The uniform has become much more than articles of clothing.The shirt sleeves were long, but the sleeves were often worn rolled up.The BSA formed a committee on Badges, Awards, and Equipment and commissioned them to design their original Boy Scout uniform.In 1980, the BSA decided it was time for an update and asked famed fashion designer Oscar de la Renta to redesign the uniforms of the Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, Explorers, and adult leaders.
Denotes three year served in the top adult leadership position in a given unit or job.
Then you must go back to the Philmont Training Center to take an additional course AND recruit 3 other scouts to go with you AND you must go back home and TEACH a BSA course (usually the course you took at Philmont).
The course can be taught at the District, Council, Area or Regional level.
There are several requirements, including attending Trainer's Development Conference, keeping all key Pack leaders trained for their positions, keeping accurate Pack Training records, etc.
Denotes two year served in any position as a registered leader in various Scouting units and positions of responsibility.