Fred Rogers (fredrogers@VNET.IBM.COM)
Wed, 21 Feb 1996 13:36:34 EDT
On Wed, 21 Feb 1996 11:12:59 -0600, Sharon Jorski <sjorski@REX.UOKHSC.EDU> write
> My son began as a Tiger Cub and is now a Webelo II. What is the
> appropriate way for him to wear service stars? Is it: a) A 1 year star
> with an orange disk and a 3 year star with a gold disk for a total of
> two stars; or b) A 4 year star with a gold disk? In defense of myself -
> I have read the insignia guide and understand where to place on the
> uniform but do not understand how they are awarded for tigers and
He should wear a one year star with orange background for his Tiger Cub
year and a three year star with gold background for his Wolf, Bear, and
Webelos I years.
> Will cub service stars be worn on his Boy Scout Uniform?
He will carry both the orange background star and the gold background
star over to his Boy Scout uniform. Later he will carry the orange,
gold, and green (and possibly red for Explorers or the varsity color)
to his adult uniform. Adults also have the option of totalling all the
years of service into a single total and wearing the appropriate number
with a blue background.
Fred Rogers <email@example.com>
Tioga District Advancement Chairman
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City