Re: Class B, Class C
Robert F. Reeder (rfreeder@QWKSILVR.COM)
Mon, 21 Sep 1998 18:50:39 -0700
Kevin Pate wrote:
> Class A uniforms I understand.
> But what is considered Class B and
> what constitutes Class C is confusing
> to me. For that matter, is there an
> actual critter as Class C.
> Any wiser Scouters (that's any of you
> in comparison to moi) wanna cure my
> clueness nature on this point?
There is no such thing as a Class A, Class B, or Class anything
uniform. At least I can't find anything mentioning this in the Insignia
Guide. These terms are carry-overs from the military that has different
classes of uniforms. Someone way back when decided to call full dress
Class A, and something else Class B, etc. If a troop wishes to use such
class distinction, I think that is permissible, and up to the troop as
to what each class represents
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City