Uniform Trivia Question.....
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Sun, 12 Sep 1993 18:07:34 -0400
"Settummanque, the blackeagle" <WALTOML%WKUVX1.BITNET@PSUVM.PSU.EDU> writes:
> The other one has been used since 1958, to represent "Scouts" and
> Scouters that have earned *three earlier versions* of this special
> award... there was a square knot made for this award, but it was used
> ONLY for eight months, until this one was created as a "coverall" knot.
> It was the BSA's first "fully embrodered knot patch" and there are about
> 4000 holders of the present award, which isn't a "award" in the "badge" or
> "medal" sense.
_Explorer Achievement Award_, no. 5636. Explorer or Scouter....This knot
also is worn by a Scouter who earned the Explorer Silver Award, Ranger,
or Air Explorer Ace while a youth member.
Yours in Scouting,
Dave Hultberg KA3UZR | email@example.com
Fidonet: 1:270/101.28 | Asst Scoutmaster, Troop 196, Keystone Area Council
Brotherhood Member Susquehannock Lodge 11 \/\/ \/\/ \/\/ | ASTA
And a good old Bobwhite too...., NE-VI-34
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City