Boy Scout Rank Advancement Tracker by EQ7Al75w

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									These requirements become effective on January 1, 2010.
These requirements appear in the official Boy Scout Handbook, 12th Edition, which was issued in 2009,
but do not take effect until January 1, 2010.
If a Scout has started work toward a rank before that date using requirements that were current before January 1, 2010,
he may complete that rank only using the old requirements.
Any Progress toward a rank that is begun after January 1, 2010, must use the requirements as they are presented
in the Boy Scout Handbook (34622) or in Boy Scout Requirements book (33216).
A Scout may also use these requirements, if he wishes, before January 1, 2010

2010 Requirements used to build this tracker were sourced by - Joe Kobler, Pack 367 Woodstock, Illinois. 12/30/2009
From:
http://www.usscouts.org/advance/changes/advchanges10.asp

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                    Vitals



Age
Date of Birth
Start Date
Office
Patrol Name


                    Rank
Scout
Tenderfoot
Second Class
First Class
Star
Life
Eagle


         Completed Merit Badges

Count of Required for Eagle
Count of Merit Badge
Sum of Merit Badges




                Path to Eagle
Eagle to be completed by                            12/26/17     12/26/17    12/26/17
EPCD = Earliest Possible Completion Date            10/21/01     10/21/01    10/21/01

Can be filtered by All attributes in column A for drill down
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12/26/17    12/26/17    12/26/17    12/26/17    12/26/17    12/26/17
10/21/01    10/21/01    10/21/01    10/21/01    10/21/01    10/21/01
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12/26/17     12/26/17     12/26/17     12/26/17     12/26/17     12/26/17
10/21/01     10/21/01     10/21/01     10/21/01     10/21/01     10/21/01
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                                                                                               Scout 3
                                                                                                         Scout 4
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                                                                                                                             Scout 6
                                                                                                                                       Scout 7
    Scout

1   Age Requirement

2   Application

3   Repeat the Pledge of Allegiance

4   Demonstrate

•   Scout Sign

•   Scout Salute

•   Scout Handshake

•   Tying the square knot (a joining knot)

5   Understand and agree to live by

•   Scout Oath

•   Scout Law

•   Scout Motto

•   Scout Slogan

•   Outdoor Code

6   Describe the Scout badge.

7   Complete

•   How to Protect Your Children from Child Abuse: A Parent's Guide

8   Participate in a Scoutmaster conference


    Tenderfoot

1   Present yourself to your Leader

•   Properly dressed before going on an overnight camping trip

•   Show the camping gear you will use.

•   Show the right way to pack and carry it

2   Campout

•   Spend at least one night on a patrol or troop campout

•   Sleep in a tent you have helped pitch

•   Assist in preparing and cooking one of your patrol's meals.

•   Tell why it is important to share in meal preparation & cleanup

•   Explain the importance of eating together.

3   Demonstrate
• How to whip and fuse the ends of a rope
• The following knots and tell what their uses are
• Two half hitches
• The taut-line hitch
4   Explain the rules of safe hiking
• on the highway and cross-country
• during the day and at night
• what to do if you are lost
5   Demonstrate how to display, raise, lower, and fold the American flag
6    Repeat from memory and explain
• Scout Oath
• Scout Law
• Scout Motto
• Scout Slogan
7    Know
• Patrol Name
• Patrol Yell
• Patrol Flag
8    Explain
• The Buddy System
• Personal Safety while on an outing
• Personal Safety in neighborhood
• What a bully is
• How to respond
9    Record your BEST and 30 day improvement for
• Push-ups
• Pull-ups
• Sit-ups
• Standing long jump
• 1/4 mile walk/run
10   Identify local poisonous plants; tell how to treat for exposure to them.

11   Demonstrate how to care for someone who is choking

12   Show first aid for the following
• Simple cuts and scrapes
• Blisters on the hand and foot
• Minor (thermal/heat) burns or scalds (superficial, or first degree)
• Bites and stings of insects and ticks
• Venomous snakebite
• Nosebleed
• Frostbite and sunburn
13   Demonstrate Scout Spirit in your everyday life by Living:
• Scout Oath
• Scout Law
14   Discuss four specific examples of how you have lived
• The points of the Scout Law in your daily life.
15   Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.

16   Complete your board of review


     Second Class Scout

1    Demonstrate
• How a compass works
• How to orient a map
• Knowledge of map symbols
2    Take a 5 mile hike or 10 mile bike ride using compass and map

3    Discuss principles of "Leave No Trace"

4    Participated in five separate troop/patrol activities (meetings do not count)
• Activity 1
• Activity 2
• Activity 3
• Campout 1
• Campout 2
5    While camping, select your patrol campsite and sleep in a tent you pitched
• Explain why you selected the site and tent locations
6    Demonstrate proper care, sharpening, and use of
• The Knife
• The saw
• The Ax
7    Explain when each should be used

8    Use a Knife, Saw and Ax to prepare tinder, kindling, fule for a cooking fire

9    Discuss when to use a cooking fire and/or lightweight stove
• Discuss safety proceedure for each method.
10   Demonstrate how to
• Build a cooking fire
• Set up a lightweight stove
11   While Camping

 •   Plan and cook one hot breakfast or lunch

 •   Foods should be selected from the food pyramid

 •   Explain the importance of

 •   Good nutrition

 •   How to store your food

 •   How to transport your food

 •   How to prepare your food

12   Participate in a flag ceremony - explain the importance of respect for the US Flag

13   Participate in an approved 1 hout service project

14   Identify or show evedence of at least 10kinds of wild amnimals, birds etc

15   Show what to do for the "Hurry" cases

 •   Bleeding

 •   Breathing

 •   Poisoning

 •   Shock

16   Prepare a first aid kit for a hike.

17   Demonstrate first aid for

 •   Object in the eye

 •   Bite of a suspected rabid animal

 •   Puncture wounds from a splinter, nail, and fishhook

 •   Serious burns (partial thickness, or second degree)

 •   Heat exhaustion
 •   Shock

 •   Heatstroke, dehydration, hypothermia, and hyperventilation

18   Tell what precautions must be taken for a safe swim.

19   Demonstrate

 •   Jump feetfirst into water over your head in depth

 •   Level off and swim 25 feet on the surface

 •   Stop, turn sharply, resume swimming, then return to your starting place

 •   Water Rescure methods

 •   Reach

 •   Throw

 •   Row

 •   Go

20   Explaing why/when to use each

21   Participate in a Drug/Tobacco/Alcohol awareness program

22   Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.

23   Complete your board of review.
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     Scout 9
     Scout 10
     Scout 11
     Scout 12
     Scout 13
     Scout 14
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First Class Scout
Demonstrate how to find directions during the day and at night without using a compass.
Using a map and compass, complete an orienteering course that covers at least one mile and
requires measuring the height and/or width of designated items (tree, tower, canyon, ditch, etc.
Since joining, have participated in ten separate troop/patrol activities
Activity 1
Activity 2
Activity 3
Activity 4
Activity 5
Activity 6
Activity 7
Campout 1
Campout 2
Campout 3
For a campout
Help plan a patrol menu that includes at least one breakfast, one lunch, and one dinner
Requires cooking at least two of the meals.
Tell how the menu includes the foods from the food pyramid and meets nutritional needs
Using the menu above, show the cost and food amounts for three or more boys; buy the ingredients.
Tell which pans, utensils, and other gear will be needed to cook and serve these meals.
Explain the procedures to follow in the safe handling and storage of fresh meats
Dairy products, eggs, vegetables, and other perishable food products
Tell how to properly dispose of camp garbage, cans, plastic containers, and other rubbish.
Serve as your patrol's cook.
Supervise your assistant(s) in using a stove or building a cooking fire
Prepare the breakfast, lunch, and dinner planned above
Lead your patrol in saying grace at the meals and supervise cleanup.
Discuss with your principal, or teacher, your constitutional rights and obligations as a U.S. citizen.
Identify or show evidence of at least ten kinds of native plants found in your community.
Discuss when you should and should not use lashings.
Then demonstrate tying the timber hitch, clove hitch for square, shear, and diagonal lashings
Use lashing to make a useful camp gadget.
Demonstrate tying the bowline knot and describe several ways it can be used
Demonstrate bandages for a sprained ankle, injuries on the head, the upper arm, and the collarbone
Show how to transport by yourself, and with one other person, a person:
From a smoke-filled room with a sprained ankle, for at least 25 yards
Tell the five most common signals of a heart attack. Explain the steps in CPR
Tell what precautions must be taken for a safe trip afloat
Successfully complete the BSA swimmer test
With a helper and a practice victim, show a line rescue both as tender and rescuer
Demonstrate scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law in your everyday life
Discuss four specific examples how you have lived the points of the Scout Law in your daily life
Recruit another member to the troop
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review.


Star Scout
Be active in your troop and patrol for at least 4 months as a First Class Scout.
Demonstrate scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law
Earn 6 merit badges, including 4 from the required list for Eagle.*
While a First Class Scout, take part in service projects totaling at least 6 hours of work
While a First Class Scout, serve actively 4 months in one or more office positions
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference
Complete your board of review.


Life Scout
Be active in your troop and patrol for at least 6 months as a Star Scout.
Demonstrate Scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law
Earn 5 more merit badges, including any 3 more from the required list for Eagle.
While a Star Scout, take part in service projects totaling at least 6 hours of work
While a Star Scout, serve actively 6 months in one or more office positions
While a Star Scout, use the EDGE method to teach a younger Scout ONE of the following
Second Class - 16 & 18 (First Aid)
Second Class - 1 (Outdoor Skills)
Second Class - 6 thru 9 (Cooking/Camping)
First Class - 8 thru 10 (First Aid)
First Class - 6 and 7 (Outdoor Skills)
First Class - 4 (Cooking/Camping)
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference
Complete your board of review.


Eagle Scout
Be active in your troop, team, crew, or ship for a period of at least 6 months as a Life Scout.
Demonstrate Scout spirit by living the Scout Oath and Law in your daily life
Provide a list of personal references of people you know who will provide recommendations on your behalf
Earn a total of 21 merit badges, including 12 from the list of Required for Eagle
While a Life Scout, serve actively for a period of 6 months in one or more offfice positions
While a Life Scout, plan, develop, and give leadership to others in a service project helpful to any:
Religious institution
School
Community
BEFORE you start your project, itMUST be approved by:
Organization who will benefit from the service
Your Scout Master
Your Troop Committee
Your Council or District
You must use the Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project Workbook, No. 512-927
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference.
Successfully complete an Eagle Scout board of review.
Scout 4
Scout 5
Scout 6
Scout 7
Scout 8
Scout 9
Scout 10
Scout 11
Scout 12
Scout 13
Scout 14
Scout 15
           Scout 1
Age                                         6570
Date of Birth                           Eagle to be completed by                    12/26/17
Start Date                              EPCD = Earliest Possible Completion Date    10/21/01
Office
Patrol Name


                                           Date          Next Rank        Service
                Rank         Status
                                         Completed         EPCD           Project
Scout
Tenderfoot
Second Class
First Class
Star                                       12/5/09         4/6/10
Life                                       5/10/10         11/9/10
Eagle                                       1/5/11         7/7/11

                          Notes:
Office
Patrol Leader             Do not make any entries in BLUE shaded area
Asst. Patrol Leader       These are calculated fields
Asst. Sr. Patrol Leader
Sr. Partol Leader         Enter an "A" (without quotes)
Troop Guide               to log credit for each Achievement
OA Troop Rep.             completed.
Den Chief
Scribe
Librarian                 In the calculated fields:
Historian
Quartermaster             P = Partial completion of an
Bugler                        Achievement or group of
Jr. Asst. Scoutmaster         Achievements.
Chaplain Aide
Instructor                C = Completion of an
                              Achievement or group of
                              Achievements.
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    Ranks


    Scout
1   Age Requirement
2   Application
3   Repeat the Pledge of Allegiance
4   Demonstrate
•   Scout Sign
•   Scout Salute
•   Scout Handshake
•   Tying the square knot (a joining knot)
5   Understand and agree to live by
•   Scout Oath
•   Scout Law
•   Scout Motto
•   Scout Slogan
•   Outdoor Code
6   Describe the Scout badge.
7   Complete
•   How to Protect Your Children from Child Abuse: A Parent's Guide
8   Participate in a Scoutmaster conference

    Tenderfoot
1   Present yourself to your Leader
•   Properly dressed before going on an overnight camping trip
•   Show the camping gear you will use.
•   Show the right way to pack and carry it
2   Campout
•   Spend at least one night on a patrol or troop campout
•   Sleep in a tent you have helped pitch
•   Assist in preparing and cooking one of your patrol's meals.
•   Tell why it is important to share in meal preparation & cleanup
•   Explain the importance of eating together.
3   Demonstrate
•   How to whip and fuse the ends of a rope
•   The following knots and tell what their uses are
•   Two half hitches
•   The taut-line hitch
4    Explain the rules of safe hiking
•    on the highway and cross-country
•    during the day and at night
•    what to do if you are lost
5    Demonstrate how to display, raise, lower, and fold the American flag
6     Repeat from memory and explain
•    Scout Oath
•    Scout Law
•    Scout Motto
•    Scout Slogan
7    Know
•    Patrol Name
•    Patrol Yell
•    Patrol Flag
8    Explain
•    The Buddy System
•    Personal Safety while on an outing
•    Personal Safety in neighborhood
•    What a bully is
•    How to respond
9    Record your BEST and 30 day improvement for
•    Push-ups
•    Pull-ups
•    Sit-ups
•    Standing long jump
•    1/4 mile walk/run
10    Identify local poisonous plants; tell how to treat for exposure to them.
11    Demonstrate how to care for someone who is choking
12   Show first aid for the following
•    Simple cuts and scrapes
•    Blisters on the hand and foot
•    Minor (thermal/heat) burns or scalds (superficial, or first degree)
•    Bites and stings of insects and ticks
•    Venomous snakebite
•    Nosebleed
•    Frostbite and sunburn
13   Demonstrate Scout Spirit in your everyday life by Living:
•    Scout Oath
•    Scout Law
14   Discuss four specific examples of how you have lived
•    The points of the Scout Law in your daily life.
15   Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
16   Complete your board of review

     Second Class Scout
1    Demonstrate
•    How a compass works
•    How to orient a map
•    Knowledge of map symbols
2    Take a 5 mile hike or 10 mile bike ride using compass and map
3    Discuss principles of "Leave No Trace"
4    Participated in five separate troop/patrol activities (meetings do not count)
•    Activity 1
•    Activity 2
•    Activity 3
•    Campout 1
•    Campout 2
5    While camping, select your patrol campsite and sleep in a tent you pitched
•    Explain why you selected the site and tent locations
6    Demonstrate proper care, sharpening, and use of
•    The Knife
•    The saw
•    The Ax
7    Explain when each should be used
8    Use a Knife, Saw and Ax to prepare tinder, kindling, fule for a cooking fire
9    Discuss when to use a cooking fire and/or lightweight stove
•    Discuss safety proceedure for each method.
10   Demonstrate how to
•    Build a cooking fire
•    Set up a lightweight stove
11   While Camping
 •   Plan and cook one hot breakfast or lunch
 •   Foods should be selected from the food pyramid
 •   Explain the importance of
 •   Good nutrition
 •   How to store your food
 •   How to transport your food
 •   How to prepare your food
12   Participate in a flag ceremony - explain the importance of respect for the US Flag
13   Participate in an approved 1 hout service project
14   Identify or show evedence of at least 10kinds of wild amnimals, birds etc
15   Show what to do for the "Hurry" cases
 •   Bleeding
 •   Breathing
 •   Poisoning
 •   Shock
16   Prepare a first aid kit for a hike.
17   Demonstrate first aid for
 •   Object in the eye
 •   Bite of a suspected rabid animal
 •   Puncture wounds from a splinter, nail, and fishhook
 •   Serious burns (partial thickness, or second degree)
 •   Heat exhaustion
 •   Shock
 •   Heatstroke, dehydration, hypothermia, and hyperventilation
18   Tell what precautions must be taken for a safe swim.
19   Demonstrate
 •   Jump feetfirst into water over your head in depth
 •   Level off and swim 25 feet on the surface
 •   Stop, turn sharply, resume swimming, then return to your starting place
 •   Water Rescure methods
 •   Reach
 •   Throw
 •   Row
 •   Go
20   Explaing why/when to use each
21   Participate in a Drug/Tobacco/Alcohol awareness program
22   Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
23   Complete your board of review.
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First Class Scout
Demonstrate how to find directions during the day and at night without using a compass.
Using a map and compass, complete an orienteering course that covers at least one mile and
requires measuring the height and/or width of designated items (tree, tower, canyon, ditch, etc.
Since joining, have participated in ten separate troop/patrol activities
Activity 1
Activity 2
Activity 3
Activity 4
Activity 5
Activity 6
Activity 7
Campout 1
Campout 2
Campout 3
For a campout
Help plan a patrol menu that includes at least one breakfast, one lunch, and one dinner
Requires cooking at least two of the meals.
Tell how the menu includes the foods from the food pyramid and meets nutritional needs
Using the menu above, show the cost and food amounts for three or more boys; buy the ingredients.
Tell which pans, utensils, and other gear will be needed to cook and serve these meals.
Explain the procedures to follow in the safe handling and storage of fresh meats
Dairy products, eggs, vegetables, and other perishable food products
 Tell how to properly dispose of camp garbage, cans, plastic containers, and other rubbish.
Serve as your patrol's cook.
Supervise your assistant(s) in using a stove or building a cooking fire
Prepare the breakfast, lunch, and dinner planned above
Lead your patrol in saying grace at the meals and supervise cleanup.
Discuss with your principal, or teacher, your constitutional rights and obligations as a U.S. citizen.
 Identify or show evidence of at least ten kinds of native plants found in your community.
Discuss when you should and should not use lashings.
Then demonstrate tying the timber hitch, clove hitch for square, shear, and diagonal lashings
Use lashing to make a useful camp gadget.
Demonstrate tying the bowline knot and describe several ways it can be used
Demonstrate bandages for a sprained ankle, injuries on the head, the upper arm, and the collarbone
Show how to transport by yourself, and with one other person, a person:
From a smoke-filled room with a sprained ankle, for at least 25 yards
Tell the five most common signals of a heart attack. Explain the steps in CPR
Tell what precautions must be taken for a safe trip afloat
Successfully complete the BSA swimmer test
With a helper and a practice victim, show a line rescue both as tender and rescuer
Demonstrate scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law in your everyday life
Discuss four specific examples how you have lived the points of the Scout Law in your daily life
Recruit another member to the troop
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review.

Star Scout
Be active in your troop and patrol for at least 4 months as a First Class Scout.
Demonstrate scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law
Earn 6 merit badges, including 4 from the required list for Eagle.*
While a First Class Scout, take part in service projects totaling at least 6 hours of work
While a First Class Scout, serve actively 4 months in one or more office positions
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference
Complete your board of review.

Life Scout
Be active in your troop and patrol for at least 6 months as a Star Scout.
Demonstrate Scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law
Earn 5 more merit badges, including any 3 more from the required list for Eagle.
While a Star Scout, take part in service projects totaling at least 6 hours of work
While a Star Scout, serve actively 6 months in one or more office positions
While a Star Scout, use the EDGE method to teach a younger Scout ONE of the following
Second Class - 16 & 18 (First Aid)
Second Class - 1 (Outdoor Skills)
Second Class - 6 thru 9 (Cooking/Camping)
First Class - 8 thru 10 (First Aid)
First Class - 6 and 7 (Outdoor Skills)
First Class - 4 (Cooking/Camping)
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference
Complete your board of review.

Eagle Scout
Be active in your troop, team, crew, or ship for a period of at least 6 months as a Life Scout.
Demonstrate Scout spirit by living the Scout Oath and Law in your daily life
Provide a list of personal references of people you know who will provide recommendations on your behalf
Earn a total of 21 merit badges, including 12 from the list of Required for Eagle
While a Life Scout, serve actively for a period of 6 months in one or more offfice positions
While a Life Scout, plan, develop, and give leadership to others in a service project helpful to any:
Religious institution
School
Community
BEFORE you start your project, itMUST be approved by:
Organization who will benefit from the service
Your Scout Master
Your Troop Committee
Your Council or District
You must use the Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project Workbook, No. 512-927, in meeting this requirement
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference.
Successfully complete an Eagle Scout board of review.
Option (Do 1)
Emergency Preparedness
Lifesaving

Option (Do 1)
Cycling
Hiking
Swimming



             Merit Badge
Camping
Citizenship in the Community
Citizenship in the Nation
Citizenship in the World
Communications
Cycling
Emergency Preparedness
Environmental Science
Family Life
First Aid
Hiking
Lifesaving
Personal Fitness
Personal Management
Swimming
American Business
American Cultures
American Heritage
American Labor
Animal Science
Archaeology
Archery
Architecture
Art
Astronomy
Athletics
Automotive Maintenance
Aviation
Backpacking
                Basketry
                Bird Study
                Bugling
                Canoeing
                Chemistry
                Cinematography
                Climbing
                Coin Collecting
                Collections
                Composite Materials
                Computers
                Cooking
                Crime Prevention
                Dentistry
                Disabilities Awareness
                Dog Care
                Drafting
                Electricity
                Electronics
                Energy
                Engineering
                Entrepreneurship
                Farm Mechanics
                Fingerprinting
                Fire Safety
                Fish and Wildlife Management
                Fishing
                Fly Fishing
                Forestry
                Gardening
                Genealogy
                Geology
                Golf
                Graphic Arts
                Home Repairs
                Horsemanship
                Indian Lore
                Insect Study
                Journalism
n your behalf   Landscape Architecture
                Law
                Leatherwork
                Mammal Study
                Medicine
                Metalwork
                Model Design and Building
                     Motorboating
                     Music
                     Nature
                     Nuclear Science
                     Oceanography
g this requirement   Orienteering
                     Painting
                     Pets
                     Photography
                     Pioneering
                     Plant Science
                     Plumbing
                     Pottery
                     Public Health
                     Public Speaking
                     Pulp and Paper
                     Radio
                     Railroading
                     Reading
                     Reptile and Amphibian Study
                     Rifle Shooting
                     Rowing
                     Safety
                     Salesmanship
                     Scholarship
                     Sculpture
                     Shotgun Shooting
                     Skating
                     Small-Boat Sailing
                     Snow Sports
                     Soil and Water Conservation
                     Space Exploration
                     Sports
                     Stamp Collecting
                     Surveying
                     Textile
                     Theater
                     Traffic Safety
                     Truck Transportation
                     Veterinary Medicine
                     Water Sports
                     Weather
                     Whitewater
                     Wilderness Survival
                     Wood Carving
                     Woodwork
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Date of Birth                           Eagle to be completed by
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Office
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Scout
Tenderfoot
Second Class
First Class
Star                                       12/5/09       4/6/10
Life                                       5/10/10       11/9/10
Eagle                                       1/5/11       7/7/11

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Patrol Leader             Do not make any entries in BLUE shaded area
Asst. Patrol Leader       These are calculated fields
Asst. Sr. Patrol Leader
Sr. Partol Leader         Enter an "A" (without quotes)
Troop Guide               to log credit for each Achievement
OA Troop Rep.             completed.
Den Chief
Scribe
Librarian                 In the calculated fields:
Historian
Quartermaster             P = Partial completion of an
Bugler                        Achievement or group of
Jr. Asst. Scoutmaster         Achievements.
Chaplain Aide
Instructor                C = Completion of an
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Scout
Age Requirement
Application
Repeat the Pledge of Allegiance
Demonstrate
Scout Sign
Scout Salute
Scout Handshake
Tying the square knot (a joining knot)
Understand and agree to live by
Scout Oath
Scout Law
Scout Motto
Scout Slogan
Outdoor Code
Describe the Scout badge.
Complete
How to Protect Your Children from Child Abuse: A Parent's Guide
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference

Tenderfoot
Present yourself to your Leader
Properly dressed before going on an overnight camping trip
Show the camping gear you will use.
Show the right way to pack and carry it
Campout
Spend at least one night on a patrol or troop campout
Sleep in a tent you have helped pitch
Assist in preparing and cooking one of your patrol's meals.
Tell why it is important to share in meal preparation & cleanup
Explain the importance of eating together.
Demonstrate
How to whip and fuse the ends of a rope
The following knots and tell what their uses are
Two half hitches
The taut-line hitch
Explain the rules of safe hiking
on the highway and cross-country
during the day and at night
what to do if you are lost
Demonstrate how to display, raise, lower, and fold the American flag
 Repeat from memory and explain
Scout Oath
Scout Law
Scout Motto
Scout Slogan
Know
Patrol Name
Patrol Yell
Patrol Flag
Explain
The Buddy System
Personal Safety while on an outing
Personal Safety in neighborhood
What a bully is
How to respond
Record your BEST and 30 day improvement for
Push-ups
Pull-ups
Sit-ups
Standing long jump
1/4 mile walk/run
 Identify local poisonous plants; tell how to treat for exposure to them.
 Demonstrate how to care for someone who is choking
Show first aid for the following
Simple cuts and scrapes
Blisters on the hand and foot
Minor (thermal/heat) burns or scalds (superficial, or first degree)
Bites and stings of insects and ticks
Venomous snakebite
Nosebleed
Frostbite and sunburn
Demonstrate Scout Spirit in your everyday life by Living:
Scout Oath
Scout Law
Discuss four specific examples of how you have lived
The points of the Scout Law in your daily life.
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review

Second Class Scout
Demonstrate
How a compass works
How to orient a map
Knowledge of map symbols
Take a 5 mile hike or 10 mile bike ride using compass and map
Discuss principles of "Leave No Trace"
Participated in five separate troop/patrol activities (meetings do not count)
Activity 1
Activity 2
Activity 3
Campout 1
Campout 2
While camping, select your patrol campsite and sleep in a tent you pitched
Explain why you selected the site and tent locations
Demonstrate proper care, sharpening, and use of
The Knife
The saw
The Ax
Explain when each should be used
Use a Knife, Saw and Ax to prepare tinder, kindling, fule for a cooking fire
Discuss when to use a cooking fire and/or lightweight stove
Discuss safety proceedure for each method.
Demonstrate how to
Build a cooking fire
Set up a lightweight stove
While Camping
Plan and cook one hot breakfast or lunch
Foods should be selected from the food pyramid
Explain the importance of
Good nutrition
How to store your food
How to transport your food
How to prepare your food
Participate in a flag ceremony - explain the importance of respect for the US Flag
Participate in an approved 1 hout service project
Identify or show evedence of at least 10kinds of wild amnimals, birds etc
Show what to do for the "Hurry" cases
Bleeding
Breathing
Poisoning
Shock
Prepare a first aid kit for a hike.
Demonstrate first aid for
Object in the eye
Bite of a suspected rabid animal
Puncture wounds from a splinter, nail, and fishhook
Serious burns (partial thickness, or second degree)
Heat exhaustion
Shock
Heatstroke, dehydration, hypothermia, and hyperventilation
Tell what precautions must be taken for a safe swim.
Demonstrate
Jump feetfirst into water over your head in depth
Level off and swim 25 feet on the surface
Stop, turn sharply, resume swimming, then return to your starting place
Water Rescure methods
Reach
Throw
Row
Go
Explaing why/when to use each
Participate in a Drug/Tobacco/Alcohol awareness program
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review.
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Demonstrate how to find directions during the day and at night without using a compass.
Using a map and compass, complete an orienteering course that covers at least one mile and
requires measuring the height and/or width of designated items (tree, tower, canyon, ditch, etc.
Since joining, have participated in ten separate troop/patrol activities
Activity 1
Activity 2
Activity 3
Activity 4
Activity 5
Activity 6
Activity 7
Campout 1
Campout 2
Campout 3
For a campout
Help plan a patrol menu that includes at least one breakfast, one lunch, and one dinner
Requires cooking at least two of the meals.
Tell how the menu includes the foods from the food pyramid and meets nutritional needs
Using the menu above, show the cost and food amounts for three or more boys; buy the ingredients.
Tell which pans, utensils, and other gear will be needed to cook and serve these meals.
Explain the procedures to follow in the safe handling and storage of fresh meats
Dairy products, eggs, vegetables, and other perishable food products
 Tell how to properly dispose of camp garbage, cans, plastic containers, and other rubbish.
Serve as your patrol's cook.
Supervise your assistant(s) in using a stove or building a cooking fire
Prepare the breakfast, lunch, and dinner planned above
Lead your patrol in saying grace at the meals and supervise cleanup.
Discuss with your principal, or teacher, your constitutional rights and obligations as a U.S. citizen.
 Identify or show evidence of at least ten kinds of native plants found in your community.
Discuss when you should and should not use lashings.
Then demonstrate tying the timber hitch, clove hitch for square, shear, and diagonal lashings
Use lashing to make a useful camp gadget.
Demonstrate tying the bowline knot and describe several ways it can be used
Demonstrate bandages for a sprained ankle, injuries on the head, the upper arm, and the collarbone
Show how to transport by yourself, and with one other person, a person:
From a smoke-filled room with a sprained ankle, for at least 25 yards
Tell the five most common signals of a heart attack. Explain the steps in CPR
Tell what precautions must be taken for a safe trip afloat
Successfully complete the BSA swimmer test
With a helper and a practice victim, show a line rescue both as tender and rescuer
Demonstrate scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law in your everyday life
Discuss four specific examples how you have lived the points of the Scout Law in your daily life
Recruit another member to the troop
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review.

Star Scout
Be active in your troop and patrol for at least 4 months as a First Class Scout.
Demonstrate scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law
Earn 6 merit badges, including 4 from the required list for Eagle.*
While a First Class Scout, take part in service projects totaling at least 6 hours of work
While a First Class Scout, serve actively 4 months in one or more office positions
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference
Complete your board of review.

Life Scout
Be active in your troop and patrol for at least 6 months as a Star Scout.
Demonstrate Scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law
Earn 5 more merit badges, including any 3 more from the required list for Eagle.
While a Star Scout, take part in service projects totaling at least 6 hours of work
While a Star Scout, serve actively 6 months in one or more office positions
While a Star Scout, use the EDGE method to teach a younger Scout ONE of the following
Second Class - 16 & 18 (First Aid)
Second Class - 1 (Outdoor Skills)
Second Class - 6 thru 9 (Cooking/Camping)
First Class - 8 thru 10 (First Aid)
First Class - 6 and 7 (Outdoor Skills)
First Class - 4 (Cooking/Camping)
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference
Complete your board of review.

Eagle Scout
Be active in your troop, team, crew, or ship for a period of at least 6 months as a Life Scout.
Demonstrate Scout spirit by living the Scout Oath and Law in your daily life
Provide a list of personal references of people you know who will provide recommendations on your behalf
Earn a total of 21 merit badges, including 12 from the list of Required for Eagle
While a Life Scout, serve actively for a period of 6 months in one or more offfice positions
While a Life Scout, plan, develop, and give leadership to others in a service project helpful to any:
Religious institution
School
Community
BEFORE you start your project, itMUST be approved by:
Organization who will benefit from the service
Your Scout Master
Your Troop Committee
Your Council or District
You must use the Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project Workbook, No. 512-927, in meeting this requirement
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference.
Successfully complete an Eagle Scout board of review.
Option (Do 1)
Emergency Preparedness
Lifesaving

Option (Do 1)
Cycling
Hiking
Swimming



             Merit Badge
Camping
Citizenship in the Community
Citizenship in the Nation
Citizenship in the World
Communications
Cycling
Emergency Preparedness
Environmental Science
Family Life
First Aid
Hiking
Lifesaving
Personal Fitness
Personal Management
Swimming
American Business
American Cultures
American Heritage
American Labor
Animal Science
Archaeology
Archery
Architecture
Art
Astronomy
Athletics
Automotive Maintenance
Aviation
Backpacking
                Basketry
                Bird Study
                Bugling
                Canoeing
                Chemistry
                Cinematography
                Climbing
                Coin Collecting
                Collections
                Composite Materials
                Computers
                Cooking
                Crime Prevention
                Dentistry
                Disabilities Awareness
                Dog Care
                Drafting
                Electricity
                Electronics
                Energy
                Engineering
                Entrepreneurship
                Farm Mechanics
                Fingerprinting
                Fire Safety
                Fish and Wildlife Management
                Fishing
                Fly Fishing
                Forestry
                Gardening
                Genealogy
                Geology
                Golf
                Graphic Arts
                Home Repairs
                Horsemanship
                Indian Lore
                Insect Study
                Journalism
n your behalf   Landscape Architecture
                Law
                Leatherwork
                Mammal Study
                Medicine
                Metalwork
                Model Design and Building
                     Motorboating
                     Music
                     Nature
                     Nuclear Science
                     Oceanography
g this requirement   Orienteering
                     Painting
                     Pets
                     Photography
                     Pioneering
                     Plant Science
                     Plumbing
                     Pottery
                     Public Health
                     Public Speaking
                     Pulp and Paper
                     Radio
                     Railroading
                     Reading
                     Reptile and Amphibian Study
                     Rifle Shooting
                     Rowing
                     Safety
                     Salesmanship
                     Scholarship
                     Sculpture
                     Shotgun Shooting
                     Skating
                     Small-Boat Sailing
                     Snow Sports
                     Soil and Water Conservation
                     Space Exploration
                     Sports
                     Stamp Collecting
                     Surveying
                     Textile
                     Theater
                     Traffic Safety
                     Truck Transportation
                     Veterinary Medicine
                     Water Sports
                     Weather
                     Whitewater
                     Wilderness Survival
                     Wood Carving
                     Woodwork
  Completed Merit Badges

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Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
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Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
           Scout 3
Age                                                6570
Date of Birth                           Eagle to be completed by
Start Date                              EPCD = Earliest Possible Completion Date
Office
Patrol Name


                                                                  Next Rank    Service
                Rank         Status         Date Completed
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Scout
Tenderfoot
Second Class
First Class
Star                                             12/5/09            4/6/10
Life                                             5/10/10            11/9/10
Eagle                                             1/5/11            7/7/11

                          Notes:
Office
Patrol Leader             Do not make any entries in BLUE shaded area
Asst. Patrol Leader       These are calculated fields
Asst. Sr. Patrol Leader
Sr. Partol Leader         Enter an "A" (without quotes)
Troop Guide               to log credit for each Achievement
OA Troop Rep.             completed.
Den Chief
Scribe
Librarian                 In the calculated fields:
Historian
Quartermaster             P = Partial completion of an
Bugler                        Achievement or group of
Jr. Asst. Scoutmaster         Achievements.
Chaplain Aide
Instructor                C = Completion of an
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Scout
Age Requirement
Application
Repeat the Pledge of Allegiance
Demonstrate
Scout Sign
Scout Salute
Scout Handshake
Tying the square knot (a joining knot)
Understand and agree to live by
Scout Oath
Scout Law
Scout Motto
Scout Slogan
Outdoor Code
Describe the Scout badge.
Complete
How to Protect Your Children from Child Abuse: A Parent's Guide
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference

Tenderfoot
Present yourself to your Leader
Properly dressed before going on an overnight camping trip
Show the camping gear you will use.
Show the right way to pack and carry it
Campout
Spend at least one night on a patrol or troop campout
Sleep in a tent you have helped pitch
Assist in preparing and cooking one of your patrol's meals.
Tell why it is important to share in meal preparation & cleanup
Explain the importance of eating together.
Demonstrate
How to whip and fuse the ends of a rope
The following knots and tell what their uses are
Two half hitches
The taut-line hitch
Explain the rules of safe hiking
on the highway and cross-country
during the day and at night
what to do if you are lost
Demonstrate how to display, raise, lower, and fold the American flag
 Repeat from memory and explain
Scout Oath
Scout Law
Scout Motto
Scout Slogan
Know
Patrol Name
Patrol Yell
Patrol Flag
Explain
The Buddy System
Personal Safety while on an outing
Personal Safety in neighborhood
What a bully is
How to respond
Record your BEST and 30 day improvement for
Push-ups
Pull-ups
Sit-ups
Standing long jump
1/4 mile walk/run
 Identify local poisonous plants; tell how to treat for exposure to them.
 Demonstrate how to care for someone who is choking
Show first aid for the following
Simple cuts and scrapes
Blisters on the hand and foot
Minor (thermal/heat) burns or scalds (superficial, or first degree)
Bites and stings of insects and ticks
Venomous snakebite
Nosebleed
Frostbite and sunburn
Demonstrate Scout Spirit in your everyday life by Living:
Scout Oath
Scout Law
Discuss four specific examples of how you have lived
The points of the Scout Law in your daily life.
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review

Second Class Scout
Demonstrate
How a compass works
How to orient a map
Knowledge of map symbols
Take a 5 mile hike or 10 mile bike ride using compass and map
Discuss principles of "Leave No Trace"
Participated in five separate troop/patrol activities (meetings do not count)
Activity 1
Activity 2
Activity 3
Campout 1
Campout 2
While camping, select your patrol campsite and sleep in a tent you pitched
Explain why you selected the site and tent locations
Demonstrate proper care, sharpening, and use of
The Knife
The saw
The Ax
Explain when each should be used
Use a Knife, Saw and Ax to prepare tinder, kindling, fule for a cooking fire
Discuss when to use a cooking fire and/or lightweight stove
Discuss safety proceedure for each method.
Demonstrate how to
Build a cooking fire
Set up a lightweight stove
While Camping
Plan and cook one hot breakfast or lunch
Foods should be selected from the food pyramid
Explain the importance of
Good nutrition
How to store your food
How to transport your food
How to prepare your food
Participate in a flag ceremony - explain the importance of respect for the US Flag
Participate in an approved 1 hout service project
Identify or show evedence of at least 10kinds of wild amnimals, birds etc
Show what to do for the "Hurry" cases
Bleeding
Breathing
Poisoning
Shock
Prepare a first aid kit for a hike.
Demonstrate first aid for
Object in the eye
Bite of a suspected rabid animal
Puncture wounds from a splinter, nail, and fishhook
Serious burns (partial thickness, or second degree)
Heat exhaustion
Shock
Heatstroke, dehydration, hypothermia, and hyperventilation
Tell what precautions must be taken for a safe swim.
Demonstrate
Jump feetfirst into water over your head in depth
Level off and swim 25 feet on the surface
Stop, turn sharply, resume swimming, then return to your starting place
Water Rescure methods
Reach
Throw
Row
Go
Explaing why/when to use each
Participate in a Drug/Tobacco/Alcohol awareness program
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review.
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Demonstrate how to find directions during the day and at night without using a compass.
Using a map and compass, complete an orienteering course that covers at least one mile and
requires measuring the height and/or width of designated items (tree, tower, canyon, ditch, etc.
Since joining, have participated in ten separate troop/patrol activities
Activity 1
Activity 2
Activity 3
Activity 4
Activity 5
Activity 6
Activity 7
Campout 1
Campout 2
Campout 3
For a campout
Help plan a patrol menu that includes at least one breakfast, one lunch, and one dinner
Requires cooking at least two of the meals.
Tell how the menu includes the foods from the food pyramid and meets nutritional needs
Using the menu above, show the cost and food amounts for three or more boys; buy the ingredients.
Tell which pans, utensils, and other gear will be needed to cook and serve these meals.
Explain the procedures to follow in the safe handling and storage of fresh meats
Dairy products, eggs, vegetables, and other perishable food products
 Tell how to properly dispose of camp garbage, cans, plastic containers, and other rubbish.
Serve as your patrol's cook.
Supervise your assistant(s) in using a stove or building a cooking fire
Prepare the breakfast, lunch, and dinner planned above
Lead your patrol in saying grace at the meals and supervise cleanup.
Discuss with your principal, or teacher, your constitutional rights and obligations as a U.S. citizen.
 Identify or show evidence of at least ten kinds of native plants found in your community.
Discuss when you should and should not use lashings.
Then demonstrate tying the timber hitch, clove hitch for square, shear, and diagonal lashings
Use lashing to make a useful camp gadget.
Demonstrate tying the bowline knot and describe several ways it can be used
Demonstrate bandages for a sprained ankle, injuries on the head, the upper arm, and the collarbone
Show how to transport by yourself, and with one other person, a person:
From a smoke-filled room with a sprained ankle, for at least 25 yards
Tell the five most common signals of a heart attack. Explain the steps in CPR
Tell what precautions must be taken for a safe trip afloat
Successfully complete the BSA swimmer test
With a helper and a practice victim, show a line rescue both as tender and rescuer
Demonstrate scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law in your everyday life
Discuss four specific examples how you have lived the points of the Scout Law in your daily life
Recruit another member to the troop
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review.

Star Scout
Be active in your troop and patrol for at least 4 months as a First Class Scout.
Demonstrate scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law
Earn 6 merit badges, including 4 from the required list for Eagle.*
While a First Class Scout, take part in service projects totaling at least 6 hours of work
While a First Class Scout, serve actively 4 months in one or more office positions
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference
Complete your board of review.

Life Scout
Be active in your troop and patrol for at least 6 months as a Star Scout.
Demonstrate Scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law
Earn 5 more merit badges, including any 3 more from the required list for Eagle.
While a Star Scout, take part in service projects totaling at least 6 hours of work
While a Star Scout, serve actively 6 months in one or more office positions
While a Star Scout, use the EDGE method to teach a younger Scout ONE of the following
Second Class - 16 & 18 (First Aid)
Second Class - 1 (Outdoor Skills)
Second Class - 6 thru 9 (Cooking/Camping)
First Class - 8 thru 10 (First Aid)
First Class - 6 and 7 (Outdoor Skills)
First Class - 4 (Cooking/Camping)
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference
Complete your board of review.

Eagle Scout
Be active in your troop, team, crew, or ship for a period of at least 6 months as a Life Scout.
Demonstrate Scout spirit by living the Scout Oath and Law in your daily life
Provide a list of personal references of people you know who will provide recommendations on your behalf
Earn a total of 21 merit badges, including 12 from the list of Required for Eagle
While a Life Scout, serve actively for a period of 6 months in one or more offfice positions
While a Life Scout, plan, develop, and give leadership to others in a service project helpful to any:
Religious institution
School
Community
BEFORE you start your project, itMUST be approved by:
Organization who will benefit from the service
Your Scout Master
Your Troop Committee
Your Council or District
You must use the Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project Workbook, No. 512-927, in meeting this requirement
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference.
Successfully complete an Eagle Scout board of review.
Option (Do 1)
Emergency Preparedness
Lifesaving

Option (Do 1)
Cycling
Hiking
Swimming



             Merit Badge
Camping
Citizenship in the Community
Citizenship in the Nation
Citizenship in the World
Communications
Cycling
Emergency Preparedness
Environmental Science
Family Life
First Aid
Hiking
Lifesaving
Personal Fitness
Personal Management
Swimming
American Business
American Cultures
American Heritage
American Labor
Animal Science
Archaeology
Archery
Architecture
Art
Astronomy
Athletics
Automotive Maintenance
Aviation
Backpacking
                Basketry
                Bird Study
                Bugling
                Canoeing
                Chemistry
                Cinematography
                Climbing
                Coin Collecting
                Collections
                Composite Materials
                Computers
                Cooking
                Crime Prevention
                Dentistry
                Disabilities Awareness
                Dog Care
                Drafting
                Electricity
                Electronics
                Energy
                Engineering
                Entrepreneurship
                Farm Mechanics
                Fingerprinting
                Fire Safety
                Fish and Wildlife Management
                Fishing
                Fly Fishing
                Forestry
                Gardening
                Genealogy
                Geology
                Golf
                Graphic Arts
                Home Repairs
                Horsemanship
                Indian Lore
                Insect Study
                Journalism
n your behalf   Landscape Architecture
                Law
                Leatherwork
                Mammal Study
                Medicine
                Metalwork
                Model Design and Building
                     Motorboating
                     Music
                     Nature
                     Nuclear Science
                     Oceanography
g this requirement   Orienteering
                     Painting
                     Pets
                     Photography
                     Pioneering
                     Plant Science
                     Plumbing
                     Pottery
                     Public Health
                     Public Speaking
                     Pulp and Paper
                     Radio
                     Railroading
                     Reading
                     Reptile and Amphibian Study
                     Rifle Shooting
                     Rowing
                     Safety
                     Salesmanship
                     Scholarship
                     Sculpture
                     Shotgun Shooting
                     Skating
                     Small-Boat Sailing
                     Snow Sports
                     Soil and Water Conservation
                     Space Exploration
                     Sports
                     Stamp Collecting
                     Surveying
                     Textile
                     Theater
                     Traffic Safety
                     Truck Transportation
                     Veterinary Medicine
                     Water Sports
                     Weather
                     Whitewater
                     Wilderness Survival
                     Wood Carving
                     Woodwork
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Second Class
First Class
Star                                            12/5/09          4/6/10
Life                                            5/10/10          11/9/10
Eagle                                           1/5/11           7/7/11

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Asst. Patrol Leader       These are calculated fields
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Sr. Partol Leader         Enter an "A" (without quotes)
Troop Guide               to log credit for each Achievement
OA Troop Rep.             completed.
Den Chief
Scribe
Librarian                 In the calculated fields:
Historian
Quartermaster             P = Partial completion of an
Bugler                        Achievement or group of
Jr. Asst. Scoutmaster         Achievements.
Chaplain Aide
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Scout
Age Requirement
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Repeat the Pledge of Allegiance
Demonstrate
Scout Sign
Scout Salute
Scout Handshake
Tying the square knot (a joining knot)
Understand and agree to live by
Scout Oath
Scout Law
Scout Motto
Scout Slogan
Outdoor Code
Describe the Scout badge.
Complete
How to Protect Your Children from Child Abuse: A Parent's Guide
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference

Tenderfoot
Present yourself to your Leader
Properly dressed before going on an overnight camping trip
Show the camping gear you will use.
Show the right way to pack and carry it
Campout
Spend at least one night on a patrol or troop campout
Sleep in a tent you have helped pitch
Assist in preparing and cooking one of your patrol's meals.
Tell why it is important to share in meal preparation & cleanup
Explain the importance of eating together.
Demonstrate
How to whip and fuse the ends of a rope
The following knots and tell what their uses are
Two half hitches
The taut-line hitch
Explain the rules of safe hiking
on the highway and cross-country
during the day and at night
what to do if you are lost
Demonstrate how to display, raise, lower, and fold the American flag
 Repeat from memory and explain
Scout Oath
Scout Law
Scout Motto
Scout Slogan
Know
Patrol Name
Patrol Yell
Patrol Flag
Explain
The Buddy System
Personal Safety while on an outing
Personal Safety in neighborhood
What a bully is
How to respond
Record your BEST and 30 day improvement for
Push-ups
Pull-ups
Sit-ups
Standing long jump
1/4 mile walk/run
 Identify local poisonous plants; tell how to treat for exposure to them.
 Demonstrate how to care for someone who is choking
Show first aid for the following
Simple cuts and scrapes
Blisters on the hand and foot
Minor (thermal/heat) burns or scalds (superficial, or first degree)
Bites and stings of insects and ticks
Venomous snakebite
Nosebleed
Frostbite and sunburn
Demonstrate Scout Spirit in your everyday life by Living:
Scout Oath
Scout Law
Discuss four specific examples of how you have lived
The points of the Scout Law in your daily life.
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review

Second Class Scout
Demonstrate
How a compass works
How to orient a map
Knowledge of map symbols
Take a 5 mile hike or 10 mile bike ride using compass and map
Discuss principles of "Leave No Trace"
Participated in five separate troop/patrol activities (meetings do not count)
Activity 1
Activity 2
Activity 3
Campout 1
Campout 2
While camping, select your patrol campsite and sleep in a tent you pitched
Explain why you selected the site and tent locations
Demonstrate proper care, sharpening, and use of
The Knife
The saw
The Ax
Explain when each should be used
Use a Knife, Saw and Ax to prepare tinder, kindling, fule for a cooking fire
Discuss when to use a cooking fire and/or lightweight stove
Discuss safety proceedure for each method.
Demonstrate how to
Build a cooking fire
Set up a lightweight stove
While Camping
Plan and cook one hot breakfast or lunch
Foods should be selected from the food pyramid
Explain the importance of
Good nutrition
How to store your food
How to transport your food
How to prepare your food
Participate in a flag ceremony - explain the importance of respect for the US Flag
Participate in an approved 1 hout service project
Identify or show evedence of at least 10kinds of wild amnimals, birds etc
Show what to do for the "Hurry" cases
Bleeding
Breathing
Poisoning
Shock
Prepare a first aid kit for a hike.
Demonstrate first aid for
Object in the eye
Bite of a suspected rabid animal
Puncture wounds from a splinter, nail, and fishhook
Serious burns (partial thickness, or second degree)
Heat exhaustion
Shock
Heatstroke, dehydration, hypothermia, and hyperventilation
Tell what precautions must be taken for a safe swim.
Demonstrate
Jump feetfirst into water over your head in depth
Level off and swim 25 feet on the surface
Stop, turn sharply, resume swimming, then return to your starting place
Water Rescure methods
Reach
Throw
Row
Go
Explaing why/when to use each
Participate in a Drug/Tobacco/Alcohol awareness program
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review.
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Demonstrate how to find directions during the day and at night without using a compass.
Using a map and compass, complete an orienteering course that covers at least one mile and
requires measuring the height and/or width of designated items (tree, tower, canyon, ditch, etc.
Since joining, have participated in ten separate troop/patrol activities
Activity 1
Activity 2
Activity 3
Activity 4
Activity 5
Activity 6
Activity 7
Campout 1
Campout 2
Campout 3
For a campout
Help plan a patrol menu that includes at least one breakfast, one lunch, and one dinner
Requires cooking at least two of the meals.
Tell how the menu includes the foods from the food pyramid and meets nutritional needs
Using the menu above, show the cost and food amounts for three or more boys; buy the ingredients.
Tell which pans, utensils, and other gear will be needed to cook and serve these meals.
Explain the procedures to follow in the safe handling and storage of fresh meats
Dairy products, eggs, vegetables, and other perishable food products
 Tell how to properly dispose of camp garbage, cans, plastic containers, and other rubbish.
Serve as your patrol's cook.
Supervise your assistant(s) in using a stove or building a cooking fire
Prepare the breakfast, lunch, and dinner planned above
Lead your patrol in saying grace at the meals and supervise cleanup.
Discuss with your principal, or teacher, your constitutional rights and obligations as a U.S. citizen.
 Identify or show evidence of at least ten kinds of native plants found in your community.
Discuss when you should and should not use lashings.
Then demonstrate tying the timber hitch, clove hitch for square, shear, and diagonal lashings
Use lashing to make a useful camp gadget.
Demonstrate tying the bowline knot and describe several ways it can be used
Demonstrate bandages for a sprained ankle, injuries on the head, the upper arm, and the collarbone
Show how to transport by yourself, and with one other person, a person:
From a smoke-filled room with a sprained ankle, for at least 25 yards
Tell the five most common signals of a heart attack. Explain the steps in CPR
Tell what precautions must be taken for a safe trip afloat
Successfully complete the BSA swimmer test
With a helper and a practice victim, show a line rescue both as tender and rescuer
Demonstrate scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law in your everyday life
Discuss four specific examples how you have lived the points of the Scout Law in your daily life
Recruit another member to the troop
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review.

Star Scout
Be active in your troop and patrol for at least 4 months as a First Class Scout.
Demonstrate scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law
Earn 6 merit badges, including 4 from the required list for Eagle.*
While a First Class Scout, take part in service projects totaling at least 6 hours of work
While a First Class Scout, serve actively 4 months in one or more office positions
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference
Complete your board of review.

Life Scout
Be active in your troop and patrol for at least 6 months as a Star Scout.
Demonstrate Scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law
Earn 5 more merit badges, including any 3 more from the required list for Eagle.
While a Star Scout, take part in service projects totaling at least 6 hours of work
While a Star Scout, serve actively 6 months in one or more office positions
While a Star Scout, use the EDGE method to teach a younger Scout ONE of the following
Second Class - 16 & 18 (First Aid)
Second Class - 1 (Outdoor Skills)
Second Class - 6 thru 9 (Cooking/Camping)
First Class - 8 thru 10 (First Aid)
First Class - 6 and 7 (Outdoor Skills)
First Class - 4 (Cooking/Camping)
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference
Complete your board of review.

Eagle Scout
Be active in your troop, team, crew, or ship for a period of at least 6 months as a Life Scout.
Demonstrate Scout spirit by living the Scout Oath and Law in your daily life
Provide a list of personal references of people you know who will provide recommendations on your behalf
Earn a total of 21 merit badges, including 12 from the list of Required for Eagle
While a Life Scout, serve actively for a period of 6 months in one or more offfice positions
While a Life Scout, plan, develop, and give leadership to others in a service project helpful to any:
Religious institution
School
Community
BEFORE you start your project, itMUST be approved by:
Organization who will benefit from the service
Your Scout Master
Your Troop Committee
Your Council or District
You must use the Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project Workbook, No. 512-927, in meeting this requirement
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference.
Successfully complete an Eagle Scout board of review.
Option (Do 1)
Emergency Preparedness
Lifesaving

Option (Do 1)
Cycling
Hiking
Swimming



             Merit Badge
Camping
Citizenship in the Community
Citizenship in the Nation
Citizenship in the World
Communications
Cycling
Emergency Preparedness
Environmental Science
Family Life
First Aid
Hiking
Lifesaving
Personal Fitness
Personal Management
Swimming
American Business
American Cultures
American Heritage
American Labor
Animal Science
Archaeology
Archery
Architecture
Art
Astronomy
Athletics
Automotive Maintenance
Aviation
Backpacking
                Basketry
                Bird Study
                Bugling
                Canoeing
                Chemistry
                Cinematography
                Climbing
                Coin Collecting
                Collections
                Composite Materials
                Computers
                Cooking
                Crime Prevention
                Dentistry
                Disabilities Awareness
                Dog Care
                Drafting
                Electricity
                Electronics
                Energy
                Engineering
                Entrepreneurship
                Farm Mechanics
                Fingerprinting
                Fire Safety
                Fish and Wildlife Management
                Fishing
                Fly Fishing
                Forestry
                Gardening
                Genealogy
                Geology
                Golf
                Graphic Arts
                Home Repairs
                Horsemanship
                Indian Lore
                Insect Study
                Journalism
n your behalf   Landscape Architecture
                Law
                Leatherwork
                Mammal Study
                Medicine
                Metalwork
                Model Design and Building
                     Motorboating
                     Music
                     Nature
                     Nuclear Science
                     Oceanography
g this requirement   Orienteering
                     Painting
                     Pets
                     Photography
                     Pioneering
                     Plant Science
                     Plumbing
                     Pottery
                     Public Health
                     Public Speaking
                     Pulp and Paper
                     Radio
                     Railroading
                     Reading
                     Reptile and Amphibian Study
                     Rifle Shooting
                     Rowing
                     Safety
                     Salesmanship
                     Scholarship
                     Sculpture
                     Shotgun Shooting
                     Skating
                     Small-Boat Sailing
                     Snow Sports
                     Soil and Water Conservation
                     Space Exploration
                     Sports
                     Stamp Collecting
                     Surveying
                     Textile
                     Theater
                     Traffic Safety
                     Truck Transportation
                     Veterinary Medicine
                     Water Sports
                     Weather
                     Whitewater
                     Wilderness Survival
                     Wood Carving
                     Woodwork
  Completed Merit Badges

Count of Required for Eagle
Count of Merit Badge
Sum of Merit Badges




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Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
           Scout 5
Age                                             6570
Date of Birth                           Eagle to be completed by
Start Date                              EPCD = Earliest Possible Completion Date
Office
Patrol Name


                                                               Next Rank    Service
                Rank         Status       Date Completed
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Scout
Tenderfoot
Second Class
First Class
Star                                           12/5/09          4/6/10
Life                                           5/10/10          11/9/10
Eagle                                          1/5/11           7/7/11

                          Notes:
Office
Patrol Leader             Do not make any entries in BLUE shaded area
Asst. Patrol Leader       These are calculated fields
Asst. Sr. Patrol Leader
Sr. Partol Leader         Enter an "A" (without quotes)
Troop Guide               to log credit for each Achievement
OA Troop Rep.             completed.
Den Chief
Scribe
Librarian                 In the calculated fields:
Historian
Quartermaster             P = Partial completion of an
Bugler                        Achievement or group of
Jr. Asst. Scoutmaster         Achievements.
Chaplain Aide
Instructor                C = Completion of an
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Scout
Age Requirement
Application
Repeat the Pledge of Allegiance
Demonstrate
Scout Sign
Scout Salute
Scout Handshake
Tying the square knot (a joining knot)
Understand and agree to live by
Scout Oath
Scout Law
Scout Motto
Scout Slogan
Outdoor Code
Describe the Scout badge.
Complete
How to Protect Your Children from Child Abuse: A Parent's Guide
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference

Tenderfoot
Present yourself to your Leader
Properly dressed before going on an overnight camping trip
Show the camping gear you will use.
Show the right way to pack and carry it
Campout
Spend at least one night on a patrol or troop campout
Sleep in a tent you have helped pitch
Assist in preparing and cooking one of your patrol's meals.
Tell why it is important to share in meal preparation & cleanup
Explain the importance of eating together.
Demonstrate
How to whip and fuse the ends of a rope
The following knots and tell what their uses are
Two half hitches
The taut-line hitch
Explain the rules of safe hiking
on the highway and cross-country
during the day and at night
what to do if you are lost
Demonstrate how to display, raise, lower, and fold the American flag
 Repeat from memory and explain
Scout Oath
Scout Law
Scout Motto
Scout Slogan
Know
Patrol Name
Patrol Yell
Patrol Flag
Explain
The Buddy System
Personal Safety while on an outing
Personal Safety in neighborhood
What a bully is
How to respond
Record your BEST and 30 day improvement for
Push-ups
Pull-ups
Sit-ups
Standing long jump
1/4 mile walk/run
 Identify local poisonous plants; tell how to treat for exposure to them.
 Demonstrate how to care for someone who is choking
Show first aid for the following
Simple cuts and scrapes
Blisters on the hand and foot
Minor (thermal/heat) burns or scalds (superficial, or first degree)
Bites and stings of insects and ticks
Venomous snakebite
Nosebleed
Frostbite and sunburn
Demonstrate Scout Spirit in your everyday life by Living:
Scout Oath
Scout Law
Discuss four specific examples of how you have lived
The points of the Scout Law in your daily life.
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review

Second Class Scout
Demonstrate
How a compass works
How to orient a map
Knowledge of map symbols
Take a 5 mile hike or 10 mile bike ride using compass and map
Discuss principles of "Leave No Trace"
Participated in five separate troop/patrol activities (meetings do not count)
Activity 1
Activity 2
Activity 3
Campout 1
Campout 2
While camping, select your patrol campsite and sleep in a tent you pitched
Explain why you selected the site and tent locations
Demonstrate proper care, sharpening, and use of
The Knife
The saw
The Ax
Explain when each should be used
Use a Knife, Saw and Ax to prepare tinder, kindling, fule for a cooking fire
Discuss when to use a cooking fire and/or lightweight stove
Discuss safety proceedure for each method.
Demonstrate how to
Build a cooking fire
Set up a lightweight stove
While Camping
Plan and cook one hot breakfast or lunch
Foods should be selected from the food pyramid
Explain the importance of
Good nutrition
How to store your food
How to transport your food
How to prepare your food
Participate in a flag ceremony - explain the importance of respect for the US Flag
Participate in an approved 1 hout service project
Identify or show evedence of at least 10kinds of wild amnimals, birds etc
Show what to do for the "Hurry" cases
Bleeding
Breathing
Poisoning
Shock
Prepare a first aid kit for a hike.
Demonstrate first aid for
Object in the eye
Bite of a suspected rabid animal
Puncture wounds from a splinter, nail, and fishhook
Serious burns (partial thickness, or second degree)
Heat exhaustion
Shock
Heatstroke, dehydration, hypothermia, and hyperventilation
Tell what precautions must be taken for a safe swim.
Demonstrate
Jump feetfirst into water over your head in depth
Level off and swim 25 feet on the surface
Stop, turn sharply, resume swimming, then return to your starting place
Water Rescure methods
Reach
Throw
Row
Go
Explaing why/when to use each
Participate in a Drug/Tobacco/Alcohol awareness program
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review.
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Demonstrate how to find directions during the day and at night without using a compass.
Using a map and compass, complete an orienteering course that covers at least one mile and
requires measuring the height and/or width of designated items (tree, tower, canyon, ditch, etc.
Since joining, have participated in ten separate troop/patrol activities
Activity 1
Activity 2
Activity 3
Activity 4
Activity 5
Activity 6
Activity 7
Campout 1
Campout 2
Campout 3
For a campout
Help plan a patrol menu that includes at least one breakfast, one lunch, and one dinner
Requires cooking at least two of the meals.
Tell how the menu includes the foods from the food pyramid and meets nutritional needs
Using the menu above, show the cost and food amounts for three or more boys; buy the ingredients.
Tell which pans, utensils, and other gear will be needed to cook and serve these meals.
Explain the procedures to follow in the safe handling and storage of fresh meats
Dairy products, eggs, vegetables, and other perishable food products
 Tell how to properly dispose of camp garbage, cans, plastic containers, and other rubbish.
Serve as your patrol's cook.
Supervise your assistant(s) in using a stove or building a cooking fire
Prepare the breakfast, lunch, and dinner planned above
Lead your patrol in saying grace at the meals and supervise cleanup.
Discuss with your principal, or teacher, your constitutional rights and obligations as a U.S. citizen.
 Identify or show evidence of at least ten kinds of native plants found in your community.
Discuss when you should and should not use lashings.
Then demonstrate tying the timber hitch, clove hitch for square, shear, and diagonal lashings
Use lashing to make a useful camp gadget.
Demonstrate tying the bowline knot and describe several ways it can be used
Demonstrate bandages for a sprained ankle, injuries on the head, the upper arm, and the collarbone
Show how to transport by yourself, and with one other person, a person:
From a smoke-filled room with a sprained ankle, for at least 25 yards
Tell the five most common signals of a heart attack. Explain the steps in CPR
Tell what precautions must be taken for a safe trip afloat
Successfully complete the BSA swimmer test
With a helper and a practice victim, show a line rescue both as tender and rescuer
Demonstrate scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law in your everyday life
Discuss four specific examples how you have lived the points of the Scout Law in your daily life
Recruit another member to the troop
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review.

Star Scout
Be active in your troop and patrol for at least 4 months as a First Class Scout.
Demonstrate scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law
Earn 6 merit badges, including 4 from the required list for Eagle.*
While a First Class Scout, take part in service projects totaling at least 6 hours of work
While a First Class Scout, serve actively 4 months in one or more office positions
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference
Complete your board of review.

Life Scout
Be active in your troop and patrol for at least 6 months as a Star Scout.
Demonstrate Scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law
Earn 5 more merit badges, including any 3 more from the required list for Eagle.
While a Star Scout, take part in service projects totaling at least 6 hours of work
While a Star Scout, serve actively 6 months in one or more office positions
While a Star Scout, use the EDGE method to teach a younger Scout ONE of the following
Second Class - 16 & 18 (First Aid)
Second Class - 1 (Outdoor Skills)
Second Class - 6 thru 9 (Cooking/Camping)
First Class - 8 thru 10 (First Aid)
First Class - 6 and 7 (Outdoor Skills)
First Class - 4 (Cooking/Camping)
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference
Complete your board of review.

Eagle Scout
Be active in your troop, team, crew, or ship for a period of at least 6 months as a Life Scout.
Demonstrate Scout spirit by living the Scout Oath and Law in your daily life
Provide a list of personal references of people you know who will provide recommendations on your behalf
Earn a total of 21 merit badges, including 12 from the list of Required for Eagle
While a Life Scout, serve actively for a period of 6 months in one or more offfice positions
While a Life Scout, plan, develop, and give leadership to others in a service project helpful to any:
Religious institution
School
Community
BEFORE you start your project, itMUST be approved by:
Organization who will benefit from the service
Your Scout Master
Your Troop Committee
Your Council or District
You must use the Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project Workbook, No. 512-927, in meeting this requirement
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference.
Successfully complete an Eagle Scout board of review.
Option (Do 1)
Emergency Preparedness
Lifesaving

Option (Do 1)
Cycling
Hiking
Swimming



             Merit Badge
Camping
Citizenship in the Community
Citizenship in the Nation
Citizenship in the World
Communications
Cycling
Emergency Preparedness
Environmental Science
Family Life
First Aid
Hiking
Lifesaving
Personal Fitness
Personal Management
Swimming
American Business
American Cultures
American Heritage
American Labor
Animal Science
Archaeology
Archery
Architecture
Art
Astronomy
Athletics
Automotive Maintenance
Aviation
Backpacking
                Basketry
                Bird Study
                Bugling
                Canoeing
                Chemistry
                Cinematography
                Climbing
                Coin Collecting
                Collections
                Composite Materials
                Computers
                Cooking
                Crime Prevention
                Dentistry
                Disabilities Awareness
                Dog Care
                Drafting
                Electricity
                Electronics
                Energy
                Engineering
                Entrepreneurship
                Farm Mechanics
                Fingerprinting
                Fire Safety
                Fish and Wildlife Management
                Fishing
                Fly Fishing
                Forestry
                Gardening
                Genealogy
                Geology
                Golf
                Graphic Arts
                Home Repairs
                Horsemanship
                Indian Lore
                Insect Study
                Journalism
n your behalf   Landscape Architecture
                Law
                Leatherwork
                Mammal Study
                Medicine
                Metalwork
                Model Design and Building
                     Motorboating
                     Music
                     Nature
                     Nuclear Science
                     Oceanography
g this requirement   Orienteering
                     Painting
                     Pets
                     Photography
                     Pioneering
                     Plant Science
                     Plumbing
                     Pottery
                     Public Health
                     Public Speaking
                     Pulp and Paper
                     Radio
                     Railroading
                     Reading
                     Reptile and Amphibian Study
                     Rifle Shooting
                     Rowing
                     Safety
                     Salesmanship
                     Scholarship
                     Sculpture
                     Shotgun Shooting
                     Skating
                     Small-Boat Sailing
                     Snow Sports
                     Soil and Water Conservation
                     Space Exploration
                     Sports
                     Stamp Collecting
                     Surveying
                     Textile
                     Theater
                     Traffic Safety
                     Truck Transportation
                     Veterinary Medicine
                     Water Sports
                     Weather
                     Whitewater
                     Wilderness Survival
                     Wood Carving
                     Woodwork
  Completed Merit Badges

Count of Required for Eagle
Count of Merit Badge
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Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
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Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
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Date of Birth                           Eagle to be completed by
Start Date                              EPCD = Earliest Possible Completion Date
Office
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Scout
Tenderfoot
Second Class
First Class
Star                                            12/5/09          4/6/10
Life                                            5/10/10          11/9/10
Eagle                                            1/5/11          7/7/11

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Office
Patrol Leader             Do not make any entries in BLUE shaded area
Asst. Patrol Leader       These are calculated fields
Asst. Sr. Patrol Leader
Sr. Partol Leader         Enter an "A" (without quotes)
Troop Guide               to log credit for each Achievement
OA Troop Rep.             completed.
Den Chief
Scribe
Librarian                 In the calculated fields:
Historian
Quartermaster             P = Partial completion of an
Bugler                        Achievement or group of
Jr. Asst. Scoutmaster         Achievements.
Chaplain Aide
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Scout
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Repeat the Pledge of Allegiance
Demonstrate
Scout Sign
Scout Salute
Scout Handshake
Tying the square knot (a joining knot)
Understand and agree to live by
Scout Oath
Scout Law
Scout Motto
Scout Slogan
Outdoor Code
Describe the Scout badge.
Complete
How to Protect Your Children from Child Abuse: A Parent's Guide
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference

Tenderfoot
Present yourself to your Leader
Properly dressed before going on an overnight camping trip
Show the camping gear you will use.
Show the right way to pack and carry it
Campout
Spend at least one night on a patrol or troop campout
Sleep in a tent you have helped pitch
Assist in preparing and cooking one of your patrol's meals.
Tell why it is important to share in meal preparation & cleanup
Explain the importance of eating together.
Demonstrate
How to whip and fuse the ends of a rope
The following knots and tell what their uses are
Two half hitches
The taut-line hitch
Explain the rules of safe hiking
on the highway and cross-country
during the day and at night
what to do if you are lost
Demonstrate how to display, raise, lower, and fold the American flag
 Repeat from memory and explain
Scout Oath
Scout Law
Scout Motto
Scout Slogan
Know
Patrol Name
Patrol Yell
Patrol Flag
Explain
The Buddy System
Personal Safety while on an outing
Personal Safety in neighborhood
What a bully is
How to respond
Record your BEST and 30 day improvement for
Push-ups
Pull-ups
Sit-ups
Standing long jump
1/4 mile walk/run
 Identify local poisonous plants; tell how to treat for exposure to them.
 Demonstrate how to care for someone who is choking
Show first aid for the following
Simple cuts and scrapes
Blisters on the hand and foot
Minor (thermal/heat) burns or scalds (superficial, or first degree)
Bites and stings of insects and ticks
Venomous snakebite
Nosebleed
Frostbite and sunburn
Demonstrate Scout Spirit in your everyday life by Living:
Scout Oath
Scout Law
Discuss four specific examples of how you have lived
The points of the Scout Law in your daily life.
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review

Second Class Scout
Demonstrate
How a compass works
How to orient a map
Knowledge of map symbols
Take a 5 mile hike or 10 mile bike ride using compass and map
Discuss principles of "Leave No Trace"
Participated in five separate troop/patrol activities (meetings do not count)
Activity 1
Activity 2
Activity 3
Campout 1
Campout 2
While camping, select your patrol campsite and sleep in a tent you pitched
Explain why you selected the site and tent locations
Demonstrate proper care, sharpening, and use of
The Knife
The saw
The Ax
Explain when each should be used
Use a Knife, Saw and Ax to prepare tinder, kindling, fule for a cooking fire
Discuss when to use a cooking fire and/or lightweight stove
Discuss safety proceedure for each method.
Demonstrate how to
Build a cooking fire
Set up a lightweight stove
While Camping
Plan and cook one hot breakfast or lunch
Foods should be selected from the food pyramid
Explain the importance of
Good nutrition
How to store your food
How to transport your food
How to prepare your food
Participate in a flag ceremony - explain the importance of respect for the US Flag
Participate in an approved 1 hout service project
Identify or show evedence of at least 10kinds of wild amnimals, birds etc
Show what to do for the "Hurry" cases
Bleeding
Breathing
Poisoning
Shock
Prepare a first aid kit for a hike.
Demonstrate first aid for
Object in the eye
Bite of a suspected rabid animal
Puncture wounds from a splinter, nail, and fishhook
Serious burns (partial thickness, or second degree)
Heat exhaustion
Shock
Heatstroke, dehydration, hypothermia, and hyperventilation
Tell what precautions must be taken for a safe swim.
Demonstrate
Jump feetfirst into water over your head in depth
Level off and swim 25 feet on the surface
Stop, turn sharply, resume swimming, then return to your starting place
Water Rescure methods
Reach
Throw
Row
Go
Explaing why/when to use each
Participate in a Drug/Tobacco/Alcohol awareness program
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review.
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Demonstrate how to find directions during the day and at night without using a compass.
Using a map and compass, complete an orienteering course that covers at least one mile and
requires measuring the height and/or width of designated items (tree, tower, canyon, ditch, etc.
Since joining, have participated in ten separate troop/patrol activities
Activity 1
Activity 2
Activity 3
Activity 4
Activity 5
Activity 6
Activity 7
Campout 1
Campout 2
Campout 3
For a campout
Help plan a patrol menu that includes at least one breakfast, one lunch, and one dinner
Requires cooking at least two of the meals.
Tell how the menu includes the foods from the food pyramid and meets nutritional needs
Using the menu above, show the cost and food amounts for three or more boys; buy the ingredients.
Tell which pans, utensils, and other gear will be needed to cook and serve these meals.
Explain the procedures to follow in the safe handling and storage of fresh meats
Dairy products, eggs, vegetables, and other perishable food products
 Tell how to properly dispose of camp garbage, cans, plastic containers, and other rubbish.
Serve as your patrol's cook.
Supervise your assistant(s) in using a stove or building a cooking fire
Prepare the breakfast, lunch, and dinner planned above
Lead your patrol in saying grace at the meals and supervise cleanup.
Discuss with your principal, or teacher, your constitutional rights and obligations as a U.S. citizen.
 Identify or show evidence of at least ten kinds of native plants found in your community.
Discuss when you should and should not use lashings.
Then demonstrate tying the timber hitch, clove hitch for square, shear, and diagonal lashings
Use lashing to make a useful camp gadget.
Demonstrate tying the bowline knot and describe several ways it can be used
Demonstrate bandages for a sprained ankle, injuries on the head, the upper arm, and the collarbone
Show how to transport by yourself, and with one other person, a person:
From a smoke-filled room with a sprained ankle, for at least 25 yards
Tell the five most common signals of a heart attack. Explain the steps in CPR
Tell what precautions must be taken for a safe trip afloat
Successfully complete the BSA swimmer test
With a helper and a practice victim, show a line rescue both as tender and rescuer
Demonstrate scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law in your everyday life
Discuss four specific examples how you have lived the points of the Scout Law in your daily life
Recruit another member to the troop
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review.

Star Scout
Be active in your troop and patrol for at least 4 months as a First Class Scout.
Demonstrate scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law
Earn 6 merit badges, including 4 from the required list for Eagle.*
While a First Class Scout, take part in service projects totaling at least 6 hours of work
While a First Class Scout, serve actively 4 months in one or more office positions
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference
Complete your board of review.

Life Scout
Be active in your troop and patrol for at least 6 months as a Star Scout.
Demonstrate Scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law
Earn 5 more merit badges, including any 3 more from the required list for Eagle.
While a Star Scout, take part in service projects totaling at least 6 hours of work
While a Star Scout, serve actively 6 months in one or more office positions
While a Star Scout, use the EDGE method to teach a younger Scout ONE of the following
Second Class - 16 & 18 (First Aid)
Second Class - 1 (Outdoor Skills)
Second Class - 6 thru 9 (Cooking/Camping)
First Class - 8 thru 10 (First Aid)
First Class - 6 and 7 (Outdoor Skills)
First Class - 4 (Cooking/Camping)
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference
Complete your board of review.

Eagle Scout
Be active in your troop, team, crew, or ship for a period of at least 6 months as a Life Scout.
Demonstrate Scout spirit by living the Scout Oath and Law in your daily life
Provide a list of personal references of people you know who will provide recommendations on your behalf
Earn a total of 21 merit badges, including 12 from the list of Required for Eagle
While a Life Scout, serve actively for a period of 6 months in one or more offfice positions
While a Life Scout, plan, develop, and give leadership to others in a service project helpful to any:
Religious institution
School
Community
BEFORE you start your project, itMUST be approved by:
Organization who will benefit from the service
Your Scout Master
Your Troop Committee
Your Council or District
You must use the Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project Workbook, No. 512-927, in meeting this requirement
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference.
Successfully complete an Eagle Scout board of review.
Option (Do 1)
Emergency Preparedness
Lifesaving

Option (Do 1)
Cycling
Hiking
Swimming



             Merit Badge
Camping
Citizenship in the Community
Citizenship in the Nation
Citizenship in the World
Communications
Cycling
Emergency Preparedness
Environmental Science
Family Life
First Aid
Hiking
Lifesaving
Personal Fitness
Personal Management
Swimming
American Business
American Cultures
American Heritage
American Labor
Animal Science
Archaeology
Archery
Architecture
Art
Astronomy
Athletics
Automotive Maintenance
Aviation
Backpacking
                Basketry
                Bird Study
                Bugling
                Canoeing
                Chemistry
                Cinematography
                Climbing
                Coin Collecting
                Collections
                Composite Materials
                Computers
                Cooking
                Crime Prevention
                Dentistry
                Disabilities Awareness
                Dog Care
                Drafting
                Electricity
                Electronics
                Energy
                Engineering
                Entrepreneurship
                Farm Mechanics
                Fingerprinting
                Fire Safety
                Fish and Wildlife Management
                Fishing
                Fly Fishing
                Forestry
                Gardening
                Genealogy
                Geology
                Golf
                Graphic Arts
                Home Repairs
                Horsemanship
                Indian Lore
                Insect Study
                Journalism
n your behalf   Landscape Architecture
                Law
                Leatherwork
                Mammal Study
                Medicine
                Metalwork
                Model Design and Building
                     Motorboating
                     Music
                     Nature
                     Nuclear Science
                     Oceanography
g this requirement   Orienteering
                     Painting
                     Pets
                     Photography
                     Pioneering
                     Plant Science
                     Plumbing
                     Pottery
                     Public Health
                     Public Speaking
                     Pulp and Paper
                     Radio
                     Railroading
                     Reading
                     Reptile and Amphibian Study
                     Rifle Shooting
                     Rowing
                     Safety
                     Salesmanship
                     Scholarship
                     Sculpture
                     Shotgun Shooting
                     Skating
                     Small-Boat Sailing
                     Snow Sports
                     Soil and Water Conservation
                     Space Exploration
                     Sports
                     Stamp Collecting
                     Surveying
                     Textile
                     Theater
                     Traffic Safety
                     Truck Transportation
                     Veterinary Medicine
                     Water Sports
                     Weather
                     Whitewater
                     Wilderness Survival
                     Wood Carving
                     Woodwork
  Completed Merit Badges

Count of Required for Eagle
Count of Merit Badge
Sum of Merit Badges




Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
           Scout 7
Age                                               6570
Date of Birth                           Eagle to be completed by
Start Date                              EPCD = Earliest Possible Completion Date
Office
Patrol Name


                                                                Next Rank     Service
                Rank         Status        Date Completed
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Scout
Tenderfoot
Second Class
First Class
Star                                            12/5/09           4/6/10
Life                                            5/10/10           11/9/10
Eagle                                           1/5/11            7/7/11

                          Notes:
Office
Patrol Leader             Do not make any entries in BLUE shaded area
Asst. Patrol Leader       These are calculated fields
Asst. Sr. Patrol Leader
Sr. Partol Leader         Enter an "A" (without quotes)
Troop Guide               to log credit for each Achievement
OA Troop Rep.             completed.
Den Chief
Scribe
Librarian                 In the calculated fields:
Historian
Quartermaster             P = Partial completion of an
Bugler                        Achievement or group of
Jr. Asst. Scoutmaster         Achievements.
Chaplain Aide
Instructor                C = Completion of an
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Scout
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Repeat the Pledge of Allegiance
Demonstrate
Scout Sign
Scout Salute
Scout Handshake
Tying the square knot (a joining knot)
Understand and agree to live by
Scout Oath
Scout Law
Scout Motto
Scout Slogan
Outdoor Code
Describe the Scout badge.
Complete
How to Protect Your Children from Child Abuse: A Parent's Guide
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference

Tenderfoot
Present yourself to your Leader
Properly dressed before going on an overnight camping trip
Show the camping gear you will use.
Show the right way to pack and carry it
Campout
Spend at least one night on a patrol or troop campout
Sleep in a tent you have helped pitch
Assist in preparing and cooking one of your patrol's meals.
Tell why it is important to share in meal preparation & cleanup
Explain the importance of eating together.
Demonstrate
How to whip and fuse the ends of a rope
The following knots and tell what their uses are
Two half hitches
The taut-line hitch
Explain the rules of safe hiking
on the highway and cross-country
during the day and at night
what to do if you are lost
Demonstrate how to display, raise, lower, and fold the American flag
 Repeat from memory and explain
Scout Oath
Scout Law
Scout Motto
Scout Slogan
Know
Patrol Name
Patrol Yell
Patrol Flag
Explain
The Buddy System
Personal Safety while on an outing
Personal Safety in neighborhood
What a bully is
How to respond
Record your BEST and 30 day improvement for
Push-ups
Pull-ups
Sit-ups
Standing long jump
1/4 mile walk/run
 Identify local poisonous plants; tell how to treat for exposure to them.
 Demonstrate how to care for someone who is choking
Show first aid for the following
Simple cuts and scrapes
Blisters on the hand and foot
Minor (thermal/heat) burns or scalds (superficial, or first degree)
Bites and stings of insects and ticks
Venomous snakebite
Nosebleed
Frostbite and sunburn
Demonstrate Scout Spirit in your everyday life by Living:
Scout Oath
Scout Law
Discuss four specific examples of how you have lived
The points of the Scout Law in your daily life.
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review

Second Class Scout
Demonstrate
How a compass works
How to orient a map
Knowledge of map symbols
Take a 5 mile hike or 10 mile bike ride using compass and map
Discuss principles of "Leave No Trace"
Participated in five separate troop/patrol activities (meetings do not count)
Activity 1
Activity 2
Activity 3
Campout 1
Campout 2
While camping, select your patrol campsite and sleep in a tent you pitched
Explain why you selected the site and tent locations
Demonstrate proper care, sharpening, and use of
The Knife
The saw
The Ax
Explain when each should be used
Use a Knife, Saw and Ax to prepare tinder, kindling, fule for a cooking fire
Discuss when to use a cooking fire and/or lightweight stove
Discuss safety proceedure for each method.
Demonstrate how to
Build a cooking fire
Set up a lightweight stove
While Camping
Plan and cook one hot breakfast or lunch
Foods should be selected from the food pyramid
Explain the importance of
Good nutrition
How to store your food
How to transport your food
How to prepare your food
Participate in a flag ceremony - explain the importance of respect for the US Flag
Participate in an approved 1 hout service project
Identify or show evedence of at least 10kinds of wild amnimals, birds etc
Show what to do for the "Hurry" cases
Bleeding
Breathing
Poisoning
Shock
Prepare a first aid kit for a hike.
Demonstrate first aid for
Object in the eye
Bite of a suspected rabid animal
Puncture wounds from a splinter, nail, and fishhook
Serious burns (partial thickness, or second degree)
Heat exhaustion
Shock
Heatstroke, dehydration, hypothermia, and hyperventilation
Tell what precautions must be taken for a safe swim.
Demonstrate
Jump feetfirst into water over your head in depth
Level off and swim 25 feet on the surface
Stop, turn sharply, resume swimming, then return to your starting place
Water Rescure methods
Reach
Throw
Row
Go
Explaing why/when to use each
Participate in a Drug/Tobacco/Alcohol awareness program
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review.
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Demonstrate how to find directions during the day and at night without using a compass.
Using a map and compass, complete an orienteering course that covers at least one mile and
requires measuring the height and/or width of designated items (tree, tower, canyon, ditch, etc.
Since joining, have participated in ten separate troop/patrol activities
Activity 1
Activity 2
Activity 3
Activity 4
Activity 5
Activity 6
Activity 7
Campout 1
Campout 2
Campout 3
For a campout
Help plan a patrol menu that includes at least one breakfast, one lunch, and one dinner
Requires cooking at least two of the meals.
Tell how the menu includes the foods from the food pyramid and meets nutritional needs
Using the menu above, show the cost and food amounts for three or more boys; buy the ingredients.
Tell which pans, utensils, and other gear will be needed to cook and serve these meals.
Explain the procedures to follow in the safe handling and storage of fresh meats
Dairy products, eggs, vegetables, and other perishable food products
 Tell how to properly dispose of camp garbage, cans, plastic containers, and other rubbish.
Serve as your patrol's cook.
Supervise your assistant(s) in using a stove or building a cooking fire
Prepare the breakfast, lunch, and dinner planned above
Lead your patrol in saying grace at the meals and supervise cleanup.
Discuss with your principal, or teacher, your constitutional rights and obligations as a U.S. citizen.
 Identify or show evidence of at least ten kinds of native plants found in your community.
Discuss when you should and should not use lashings.
Then demonstrate tying the timber hitch, clove hitch for square, shear, and diagonal lashings
Use lashing to make a useful camp gadget.
Demonstrate tying the bowline knot and describe several ways it can be used
Demonstrate bandages for a sprained ankle, injuries on the head, the upper arm, and the collarbone
Show how to transport by yourself, and with one other person, a person:
From a smoke-filled room with a sprained ankle, for at least 25 yards
Tell the five most common signals of a heart attack. Explain the steps in CPR
Tell what precautions must be taken for a safe trip afloat
Successfully complete the BSA swimmer test
With a helper and a practice victim, show a line rescue both as tender and rescuer
Demonstrate scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law in your everyday life
Discuss four specific examples how you have lived the points of the Scout Law in your daily life
Recruit another member to the troop
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review.

Star Scout
Be active in your troop and patrol for at least 4 months as a First Class Scout.
Demonstrate scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law
Earn 6 merit badges, including 4 from the required list for Eagle.*
While a First Class Scout, take part in service projects totaling at least 6 hours of work
While a First Class Scout, serve actively 4 months in one or more office positions
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference
Complete your board of review.

Life Scout
Be active in your troop and patrol for at least 6 months as a Star Scout.
Demonstrate Scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law
Earn 5 more merit badges, including any 3 more from the required list for Eagle.
While a Star Scout, take part in service projects totaling at least 6 hours of work
While a Star Scout, serve actively 6 months in one or more office positions
While a Star Scout, use the EDGE method to teach a younger Scout ONE of the following
Second Class - 16 & 18 (First Aid)
Second Class - 1 (Outdoor Skills)
Second Class - 6 thru 9 (Cooking/Camping)
First Class - 8 thru 10 (First Aid)
First Class - 6 and 7 (Outdoor Skills)
First Class - 4 (Cooking/Camping)
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference
Complete your board of review.

Eagle Scout
Be active in your troop, team, crew, or ship for a period of at least 6 months as a Life Scout.
Demonstrate Scout spirit by living the Scout Oath and Law in your daily life
Provide a list of personal references of people you know who will provide recommendations on your behalf
Earn a total of 21 merit badges, including 12 from the list of Required for Eagle
While a Life Scout, serve actively for a period of 6 months in one or more offfice positions
While a Life Scout, plan, develop, and give leadership to others in a service project helpful to any:
Religious institution
School
Community
BEFORE you start your project, itMUST be approved by:
Organization who will benefit from the service
Your Scout Master
Your Troop Committee
Your Council or District
You must use the Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project Workbook, No. 512-927, in meeting this requirement
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference.
Successfully complete an Eagle Scout board of review.
Option (Do 1)
Emergency Preparedness
Lifesaving

Option (Do 1)
Cycling
Hiking
Swimming



             Merit Badge
Camping
Citizenship in the Community
Citizenship in the Nation
Citizenship in the World
Communications
Cycling
Emergency Preparedness
Environmental Science
Family Life
First Aid
Hiking
Lifesaving
Personal Fitness
Personal Management
Swimming
American Business
American Cultures
American Heritage
American Labor
Animal Science
Archaeology
Archery
Architecture
Art
Astronomy
Athletics
Automotive Maintenance
Aviation
Backpacking
                Basketry
                Bird Study
                Bugling
                Canoeing
                Chemistry
                Cinematography
                Climbing
                Coin Collecting
                Collections
                Composite Materials
                Computers
                Cooking
                Crime Prevention
                Dentistry
                Disabilities Awareness
                Dog Care
                Drafting
                Electricity
                Electronics
                Energy
                Engineering
                Entrepreneurship
                Farm Mechanics
                Fingerprinting
                Fire Safety
                Fish and Wildlife Management
                Fishing
                Fly Fishing
                Forestry
                Gardening
                Genealogy
                Geology
                Golf
                Graphic Arts
                Home Repairs
                Horsemanship
                Indian Lore
                Insect Study
                Journalism
n your behalf   Landscape Architecture
                Law
                Leatherwork
                Mammal Study
                Medicine
                Metalwork
                Model Design and Building
                     Motorboating
                     Music
                     Nature
                     Nuclear Science
                     Oceanography
g this requirement   Orienteering
                     Painting
                     Pets
                     Photography
                     Pioneering
                     Plant Science
                     Plumbing
                     Pottery
                     Public Health
                     Public Speaking
                     Pulp and Paper
                     Radio
                     Railroading
                     Reading
                     Reptile and Amphibian Study
                     Rifle Shooting
                     Rowing
                     Safety
                     Salesmanship
                     Scholarship
                     Sculpture
                     Shotgun Shooting
                     Skating
                     Small-Boat Sailing
                     Snow Sports
                     Soil and Water Conservation
                     Space Exploration
                     Sports
                     Stamp Collecting
                     Surveying
                     Textile
                     Theater
                     Traffic Safety
                     Truck Transportation
                     Veterinary Medicine
                     Water Sports
                     Weather
                     Whitewater
                     Wilderness Survival
                     Wood Carving
                     Woodwork
  Completed Merit Badges

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Age                                              6570
Date of Birth                           Eagle to be completed by
Start Date                              EPCD = Earliest Possible Completion Date
Office
Patrol Name


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Scout
Tenderfoot
Second Class
First Class
Star                                           12/5/09          4/6/10
Life                                           5/10/10          11/9/10
Eagle                                          1/5/11           7/7/11

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Office
Patrol Leader             Do not make any entries in BLUE shaded area
Asst. Patrol Leader       These are calculated fields
Asst. Sr. Patrol Leader
Sr. Partol Leader         Enter an "A" (without quotes)
Troop Guide               to log credit for each Achievement
OA Troop Rep.             completed.
Den Chief
Scribe
Librarian                 In the calculated fields:
Historian
Quartermaster             P = Partial completion of an
Bugler                        Achievement or group of
Jr. Asst. Scoutmaster         Achievements.
Chaplain Aide
Instructor                C = Completion of an
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Scout
Age Requirement
Application
Repeat the Pledge of Allegiance
Demonstrate
Scout Sign
Scout Salute
Scout Handshake
Tying the square knot (a joining knot)
Understand and agree to live by
Scout Oath
Scout Law
Scout Motto
Scout Slogan
Outdoor Code
Describe the Scout badge.
Complete
How to Protect Your Children from Child Abuse: A Parent's Guide
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference

Tenderfoot
Present yourself to your Leader
Properly dressed before going on an overnight camping trip
Show the camping gear you will use.
Show the right way to pack and carry it
Campout
Spend at least one night on a patrol or troop campout
Sleep in a tent you have helped pitch
Assist in preparing and cooking one of your patrol's meals.
Tell why it is important to share in meal preparation & cleanup
Explain the importance of eating together.
Demonstrate
How to whip and fuse the ends of a rope
The following knots and tell what their uses are
Two half hitches
The taut-line hitch
Explain the rules of safe hiking
on the highway and cross-country
during the day and at night
what to do if you are lost
Demonstrate how to display, raise, lower, and fold the American flag
 Repeat from memory and explain
Scout Oath
Scout Law
Scout Motto
Scout Slogan
Know
Patrol Name
Patrol Yell
Patrol Flag
Explain
The Buddy System
Personal Safety while on an outing
Personal Safety in neighborhood
What a bully is
How to respond
Record your BEST and 30 day improvement for
Push-ups
Pull-ups
Sit-ups
Standing long jump
1/4 mile walk/run
 Identify local poisonous plants; tell how to treat for exposure to them.
 Demonstrate how to care for someone who is choking
Show first aid for the following
Simple cuts and scrapes
Blisters on the hand and foot
Minor (thermal/heat) burns or scalds (superficial, or first degree)
Bites and stings of insects and ticks
Venomous snakebite
Nosebleed
Frostbite and sunburn
Demonstrate Scout Spirit in your everyday life by Living:
Scout Oath
Scout Law
Discuss four specific examples of how you have lived
The points of the Scout Law in your daily life.
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review

Second Class Scout
Demonstrate
How a compass works
How to orient a map
Knowledge of map symbols
Take a 5 mile hike or 10 mile bike ride using compass and map
Discuss principles of "Leave No Trace"
Participated in five separate troop/patrol activities (meetings do not count)
Activity 1
Activity 2
Activity 3
Campout 1
Campout 2
While camping, select your patrol campsite and sleep in a tent you pitched
Explain why you selected the site and tent locations
Demonstrate proper care, sharpening, and use of
The Knife
The saw
The Ax
Explain when each should be used
Use a Knife, Saw and Ax to prepare tinder, kindling, fule for a cooking fire
Discuss when to use a cooking fire and/or lightweight stove
Discuss safety proceedure for each method.
Demonstrate how to
Build a cooking fire
Set up a lightweight stove
While Camping
Plan and cook one hot breakfast or lunch
Foods should be selected from the food pyramid
Explain the importance of
Good nutrition
How to store your food
How to transport your food
How to prepare your food
Participate in a flag ceremony - explain the importance of respect for the US Flag
Participate in an approved 1 hout service project
Identify or show evedence of at least 10kinds of wild amnimals, birds etc
Show what to do for the "Hurry" cases
Bleeding
Breathing
Poisoning
Shock
Prepare a first aid kit for a hike.
Demonstrate first aid for
Object in the eye
Bite of a suspected rabid animal
Puncture wounds from a splinter, nail, and fishhook
Serious burns (partial thickness, or second degree)
Heat exhaustion
Shock
Heatstroke, dehydration, hypothermia, and hyperventilation
Tell what precautions must be taken for a safe swim.
Demonstrate
Jump feetfirst into water over your head in depth
Level off and swim 25 feet on the surface
Stop, turn sharply, resume swimming, then return to your starting place
Water Rescure methods
Reach
Throw
Row
Go
Explaing why/when to use each
Participate in a Drug/Tobacco/Alcohol awareness program
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review.
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Demonstrate how to find directions during the day and at night without using a compass.
Using a map and compass, complete an orienteering course that covers at least one mile and
requires measuring the height and/or width of designated items (tree, tower, canyon, ditch, etc.
Since joining, have participated in ten separate troop/patrol activities
Activity 1
Activity 2
Activity 3
Activity 4
Activity 5
Activity 6
Activity 7
Campout 1
Campout 2
Campout 3
For a campout
Help plan a patrol menu that includes at least one breakfast, one lunch, and one dinner
Requires cooking at least two of the meals.
Tell how the menu includes the foods from the food pyramid and meets nutritional needs
Using the menu above, show the cost and food amounts for three or more boys; buy the ingredients.
Tell which pans, utensils, and other gear will be needed to cook and serve these meals.
Explain the procedures to follow in the safe handling and storage of fresh meats
Dairy products, eggs, vegetables, and other perishable food products
 Tell how to properly dispose of camp garbage, cans, plastic containers, and other rubbish.
Serve as your patrol's cook.
Supervise your assistant(s) in using a stove or building a cooking fire
Prepare the breakfast, lunch, and dinner planned above
Lead your patrol in saying grace at the meals and supervise cleanup.
Discuss with your principal, or teacher, your constitutional rights and obligations as a U.S. citizen.
 Identify or show evidence of at least ten kinds of native plants found in your community.
Discuss when you should and should not use lashings.
Then demonstrate tying the timber hitch, clove hitch for square, shear, and diagonal lashings
Use lashing to make a useful camp gadget.
Demonstrate tying the bowline knot and describe several ways it can be used
Demonstrate bandages for a sprained ankle, injuries on the head, the upper arm, and the collarbone
Show how to transport by yourself, and with one other person, a person:
From a smoke-filled room with a sprained ankle, for at least 25 yards
Tell the five most common signals of a heart attack. Explain the steps in CPR
Tell what precautions must be taken for a safe trip afloat
Successfully complete the BSA swimmer test
With a helper and a practice victim, show a line rescue both as tender and rescuer
Demonstrate scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law in your everyday life
Discuss four specific examples how you have lived the points of the Scout Law in your daily life
Recruit another member to the troop
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review.

Star Scout
Be active in your troop and patrol for at least 4 months as a First Class Scout.
Demonstrate scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law
Earn 6 merit badges, including 4 from the required list for Eagle.*
While a First Class Scout, take part in service projects totaling at least 6 hours of work
While a First Class Scout, serve actively 4 months in one or more office positions
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference
Complete your board of review.

Life Scout
Be active in your troop and patrol for at least 6 months as a Star Scout.
Demonstrate Scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law
Earn 5 more merit badges, including any 3 more from the required list for Eagle.
While a Star Scout, take part in service projects totaling at least 6 hours of work
While a Star Scout, serve actively 6 months in one or more office positions
While a Star Scout, use the EDGE method to teach a younger Scout ONE of the following
Second Class - 16 & 18 (First Aid)
Second Class - 1 (Outdoor Skills)
Second Class - 6 thru 9 (Cooking/Camping)
First Class - 8 thru 10 (First Aid)
First Class - 6 and 7 (Outdoor Skills)
First Class - 4 (Cooking/Camping)
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference
Complete your board of review.

Eagle Scout
Be active in your troop, team, crew, or ship for a period of at least 6 months as a Life Scout.
Demonstrate Scout spirit by living the Scout Oath and Law in your daily life
Provide a list of personal references of people you know who will provide recommendations on your behalf
Earn a total of 21 merit badges, including 12 from the list of Required for Eagle
While a Life Scout, serve actively for a period of 6 months in one or more offfice positions
While a Life Scout, plan, develop, and give leadership to others in a service project helpful to any:
Religious institution
School
Community
BEFORE you start your project, itMUST be approved by:
Organization who will benefit from the service
Your Scout Master
Your Troop Committee
Your Council or District
You must use the Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project Workbook, No. 512-927, in meeting this requirement
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference.
Successfully complete an Eagle Scout board of review.
Option (Do 1)
Emergency Preparedness
Lifesaving

Option (Do 1)
Cycling
Hiking
Swimming



             Merit Badge
Camping
Citizenship in the Community
Citizenship in the Nation
Citizenship in the World
Communications
Cycling
Emergency Preparedness
Environmental Science
Family Life
First Aid
Hiking
Lifesaving
Personal Fitness
Personal Management
Swimming
American Business
American Cultures
American Heritage
American Labor
Animal Science
Archaeology
Archery
Architecture
Art
Astronomy
Athletics
Automotive Maintenance
Aviation
Backpacking
                Basketry
                Bird Study
                Bugling
                Canoeing
                Chemistry
                Cinematography
                Climbing
                Coin Collecting
                Collections
                Composite Materials
                Computers
                Cooking
                Crime Prevention
                Dentistry
                Disabilities Awareness
                Dog Care
                Drafting
                Electricity
                Electronics
                Energy
                Engineering
                Entrepreneurship
                Farm Mechanics
                Fingerprinting
                Fire Safety
                Fish and Wildlife Management
                Fishing
                Fly Fishing
                Forestry
                Gardening
                Genealogy
                Geology
                Golf
                Graphic Arts
                Home Repairs
                Horsemanship
                Indian Lore
                Insect Study
                Journalism
n your behalf   Landscape Architecture
                Law
                Leatherwork
                Mammal Study
                Medicine
                Metalwork
                Model Design and Building
                     Motorboating
                     Music
                     Nature
                     Nuclear Science
                     Oceanography
g this requirement   Orienteering
                     Painting
                     Pets
                     Photography
                     Pioneering
                     Plant Science
                     Plumbing
                     Pottery
                     Public Health
                     Public Speaking
                     Pulp and Paper
                     Radio
                     Railroading
                     Reading
                     Reptile and Amphibian Study
                     Rifle Shooting
                     Rowing
                     Safety
                     Salesmanship
                     Scholarship
                     Sculpture
                     Shotgun Shooting
                     Skating
                     Small-Boat Sailing
                     Snow Sports
                     Soil and Water Conservation
                     Space Exploration
                     Sports
                     Stamp Collecting
                     Surveying
                     Textile
                     Theater
                     Traffic Safety
                     Truck Transportation
                     Veterinary Medicine
                     Water Sports
                     Weather
                     Whitewater
                     Wilderness Survival
                     Wood Carving
                     Woodwork
  Completed Merit Badges

Count of Required for Eagle
Count of Merit Badge
Sum of Merit Badges




Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
           Scout 9
Age                                              6570
Date of Birth                           Eagle to be completed by
Start Date                              EPCD = Earliest Possible Completion Date
Office
Patrol Name


                                                               Next Rank     Service
                Rank         Status       Date Completed
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Scout
Tenderfoot
Second Class
First Class
Star                                           12/5/09          4/6/10
Life                                           5/10/10          11/9/10
Eagle                                          1/5/11           7/7/11

                          Notes:
Office
Patrol Leader             Do not make any entries in BLUE shaded area
Asst. Patrol Leader       These are calculated fields
Asst. Sr. Patrol Leader
Sr. Partol Leader         Enter an "A" (without quotes)
Troop Guide               to log credit for each Achievement
OA Troop Rep.             completed.
Den Chief
Scribe
Librarian                 In the calculated fields:
Historian
Quartermaster             P = Partial completion of an
Bugler                        Achievement or group of
Jr. Asst. Scoutmaster         Achievements.
Chaplain Aide
Instructor                C = Completion of an
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Age Requirement
Application
Repeat the Pledge of Allegiance
Demonstrate
Scout Sign
Scout Salute
Scout Handshake
Tying the square knot (a joining knot)
Understand and agree to live by
Scout Oath
Scout Law
Scout Motto
Scout Slogan
Outdoor Code
Describe the Scout badge.
Complete
How to Protect Your Children from Child Abuse: A Parent's Guide
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference

Tenderfoot
Present yourself to your Leader
Properly dressed before going on an overnight camping trip
Show the camping gear you will use.
Show the right way to pack and carry it
Campout
Spend at least one night on a patrol or troop campout
Sleep in a tent you have helped pitch
Assist in preparing and cooking one of your patrol's meals.
Tell why it is important to share in meal preparation & cleanup
Explain the importance of eating together.
Demonstrate
How to whip and fuse the ends of a rope
The following knots and tell what their uses are
Two half hitches
The taut-line hitch
Explain the rules of safe hiking
on the highway and cross-country
during the day and at night
what to do if you are lost
Demonstrate how to display, raise, lower, and fold the American flag
 Repeat from memory and explain
Scout Oath
Scout Law
Scout Motto
Scout Slogan
Know
Patrol Name
Patrol Yell
Patrol Flag
Explain
The Buddy System
Personal Safety while on an outing
Personal Safety in neighborhood
What a bully is
How to respond
Record your BEST and 30 day improvement for
Push-ups
Pull-ups
Sit-ups
Standing long jump
1/4 mile walk/run
 Identify local poisonous plants; tell how to treat for exposure to them.
 Demonstrate how to care for someone who is choking
Show first aid for the following
Simple cuts and scrapes
Blisters on the hand and foot
Minor (thermal/heat) burns or scalds (superficial, or first degree)
Bites and stings of insects and ticks
Venomous snakebite
Nosebleed
Frostbite and sunburn
Demonstrate Scout Spirit in your everyday life by Living:
Scout Oath
Scout Law
Discuss four specific examples of how you have lived
The points of the Scout Law in your daily life.
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review

Second Class Scout
Demonstrate
How a compass works
How to orient a map
Knowledge of map symbols
Take a 5 mile hike or 10 mile bike ride using compass and map
Discuss principles of "Leave No Trace"
Participated in five separate troop/patrol activities (meetings do not count)
Activity 1
Activity 2
Activity 3
Campout 1
Campout 2
While camping, select your patrol campsite and sleep in a tent you pitched
Explain why you selected the site and tent locations
Demonstrate proper care, sharpening, and use of
The Knife
The saw
The Ax
Explain when each should be used
Use a Knife, Saw and Ax to prepare tinder, kindling, fule for a cooking fire
Discuss when to use a cooking fire and/or lightweight stove
Discuss safety proceedure for each method.
Demonstrate how to
Build a cooking fire
Set up a lightweight stove
While Camping
Plan and cook one hot breakfast or lunch
Foods should be selected from the food pyramid
Explain the importance of
Good nutrition
How to store your food
How to transport your food
How to prepare your food
Participate in a flag ceremony - explain the importance of respect for the US Flag
Participate in an approved 1 hout service project
Identify or show evedence of at least 10kinds of wild amnimals, birds etc
Show what to do for the "Hurry" cases
Bleeding
Breathing
Poisoning
Shock
Prepare a first aid kit for a hike.
Demonstrate first aid for
Object in the eye
Bite of a suspected rabid animal
Puncture wounds from a splinter, nail, and fishhook
Serious burns (partial thickness, or second degree)
Heat exhaustion
Shock
Heatstroke, dehydration, hypothermia, and hyperventilation
Tell what precautions must be taken for a safe swim.
Demonstrate
Jump feetfirst into water over your head in depth
Level off and swim 25 feet on the surface
Stop, turn sharply, resume swimming, then return to your starting place
Water Rescure methods
Reach
Throw
Row
Go
Explaing why/when to use each
Participate in a Drug/Tobacco/Alcohol awareness program
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review.
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Demonstrate how to find directions during the day and at night without using a compass.
Using a map and compass, complete an orienteering course that covers at least one mile and
requires measuring the height and/or width of designated items (tree, tower, canyon, ditch, etc.
Since joining, have participated in ten separate troop/patrol activities
Activity 1
Activity 2
Activity 3
Activity 4
Activity 5
Activity 6
Activity 7
Campout 1
Campout 2
Campout 3
For a campout
Help plan a patrol menu that includes at least one breakfast, one lunch, and one dinner
Requires cooking at least two of the meals.
Tell how the menu includes the foods from the food pyramid and meets nutritional needs
Using the menu above, show the cost and food amounts for three or more boys; buy the ingredients.
Tell which pans, utensils, and other gear will be needed to cook and serve these meals.
Explain the procedures to follow in the safe handling and storage of fresh meats
Dairy products, eggs, vegetables, and other perishable food products
 Tell how to properly dispose of camp garbage, cans, plastic containers, and other rubbish.
Serve as your patrol's cook.
Supervise your assistant(s) in using a stove or building a cooking fire
Prepare the breakfast, lunch, and dinner planned above
Lead your patrol in saying grace at the meals and supervise cleanup.
Discuss with your principal, or teacher, your constitutional rights and obligations as a U.S. citizen.
 Identify or show evidence of at least ten kinds of native plants found in your community.
Discuss when you should and should not use lashings.
Then demonstrate tying the timber hitch, clove hitch for square, shear, and diagonal lashings
Use lashing to make a useful camp gadget.
Demonstrate tying the bowline knot and describe several ways it can be used
Demonstrate bandages for a sprained ankle, injuries on the head, the upper arm, and the collarbone
Show how to transport by yourself, and with one other person, a person:
From a smoke-filled room with a sprained ankle, for at least 25 yards
Tell the five most common signals of a heart attack. Explain the steps in CPR
Tell what precautions must be taken for a safe trip afloat
Successfully complete the BSA swimmer test
With a helper and a practice victim, show a line rescue both as tender and rescuer
Demonstrate scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law in your everyday life
Discuss four specific examples how you have lived the points of the Scout Law in your daily life
Recruit another member to the troop
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review.

Star Scout
Be active in your troop and patrol for at least 4 months as a First Class Scout.
Demonstrate scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law
Earn 6 merit badges, including 4 from the required list for Eagle.*
While a First Class Scout, take part in service projects totaling at least 6 hours of work
While a First Class Scout, serve actively 4 months in one or more office positions
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference
Complete your board of review.

Life Scout
Be active in your troop and patrol for at least 6 months as a Star Scout.
Demonstrate Scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law
Earn 5 more merit badges, including any 3 more from the required list for Eagle.
While a Star Scout, take part in service projects totaling at least 6 hours of work
While a Star Scout, serve actively 6 months in one or more office positions
While a Star Scout, use the EDGE method to teach a younger Scout ONE of the following
Second Class - 16 & 18 (First Aid)
Second Class - 1 (Outdoor Skills)
Second Class - 6 thru 9 (Cooking/Camping)
First Class - 8 thru 10 (First Aid)
First Class - 6 and 7 (Outdoor Skills)
First Class - 4 (Cooking/Camping)
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference
Complete your board of review.

Eagle Scout
Be active in your troop, team, crew, or ship for a period of at least 6 months as a Life Scout.
Demonstrate Scout spirit by living the Scout Oath and Law in your daily life
Provide a list of personal references of people you know who will provide recommendations on your behalf
Earn a total of 21 merit badges, including 12 from the list of Required for Eagle
While a Life Scout, serve actively for a period of 6 months in one or more offfice positions
While a Life Scout, plan, develop, and give leadership to others in a service project helpful to any:
Religious institution
School
Community
BEFORE you start your project, itMUST be approved by:
Organization who will benefit from the service
Your Scout Master
Your Troop Committee
Your Council or District
You must use the Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project Workbook, No. 512-927, in meeting this requirement
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference.
Successfully complete an Eagle Scout board of review.
Option (Do 1)
Emergency Preparedness
Lifesaving

Option (Do 1)
Cycling
Hiking
Swimming



             Merit Badge
Camping
Citizenship in the Community
Citizenship in the Nation
Citizenship in the World
Communications
Cycling
Emergency Preparedness
Environmental Science
Family Life
First Aid
Hiking
Lifesaving
Personal Fitness
Personal Management
Swimming
American Business
American Cultures
American Heritage
American Labor
Animal Science
Archaeology
Archery
Architecture
Art
Astronomy
Athletics
Automotive Maintenance
Aviation
Backpacking
                Basketry
                Bird Study
                Bugling
                Canoeing
                Chemistry
                Cinematography
                Climbing
                Coin Collecting
                Collections
                Composite Materials
                Computers
                Cooking
                Crime Prevention
                Dentistry
                Disabilities Awareness
                Dog Care
                Drafting
                Electricity
                Electronics
                Energy
                Engineering
                Entrepreneurship
                Farm Mechanics
                Fingerprinting
                Fire Safety
                Fish and Wildlife Management
                Fishing
                Fly Fishing
                Forestry
                Gardening
                Genealogy
                Geology
                Golf
                Graphic Arts
                Home Repairs
                Horsemanship
                Indian Lore
                Insect Study
                Journalism
n your behalf   Landscape Architecture
                Law
                Leatherwork
                Mammal Study
                Medicine
                Metalwork
                Model Design and Building
                     Motorboating
                     Music
                     Nature
                     Nuclear Science
                     Oceanography
g this requirement   Orienteering
                     Painting
                     Pets
                     Photography
                     Pioneering
                     Plant Science
                     Plumbing
                     Pottery
                     Public Health
                     Public Speaking
                     Pulp and Paper
                     Radio
                     Railroading
                     Reading
                     Reptile and Amphibian Study
                     Rifle Shooting
                     Rowing
                     Safety
                     Salesmanship
                     Scholarship
                     Sculpture
                     Shotgun Shooting
                     Skating
                     Small-Boat Sailing
                     Snow Sports
                     Soil and Water Conservation
                     Space Exploration
                     Sports
                     Stamp Collecting
                     Surveying
                     Textile
                     Theater
                     Traffic Safety
                     Truck Transportation
                     Veterinary Medicine
                     Water Sports
                     Weather
                     Whitewater
                     Wilderness Survival
                     Wood Carving
                     Woodwork
  Completed Merit Badges

Count of Required for Eagle
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Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
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Age                                               6570
Date of Birth                           Eagle to be completed by
Start Date                              EPCD = Earliest Possible Completion Date
Office
Patrol Name


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Scout
Tenderfoot
Second Class
First Class
Star                                            12/5/09           4/6/10
Life                                            5/10/10           11/9/10
Eagle                                           1/5/11            7/7/11

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Office
Patrol Leader             Do not make any entries in BLUE shaded area
Asst. Patrol Leader       These are calculated fields
Asst. Sr. Patrol Leader
Sr. Partol Leader         Enter an "A" (without quotes)
Troop Guide               to log credit for each Achievement
OA Troop Rep.             completed.
Den Chief
Scribe
Librarian                 In the calculated fields:
Historian
Quartermaster             P = Partial completion of an
Bugler                        Achievement or group of
Jr. Asst. Scoutmaster         Achievements.
Chaplain Aide
Instructor                C = Completion of an
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Scout
Age Requirement
Application
Repeat the Pledge of Allegiance
Demonstrate
Scout Sign
Scout Salute
Scout Handshake
Tying the square knot (a joining knot)
Understand and agree to live by
Scout Oath
Scout Law
Scout Motto
Scout Slogan
Outdoor Code
Describe the Scout badge.
Complete
How to Protect Your Children from Child Abuse: A Parent's Guide
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference

Tenderfoot
Present yourself to your Leader
Properly dressed before going on an overnight camping trip
Show the camping gear you will use.
Show the right way to pack and carry it
Campout
Spend at least one night on a patrol or troop campout
Sleep in a tent you have helped pitch
Assist in preparing and cooking one of your patrol's meals.
Tell why it is important to share in meal preparation & cleanup
Explain the importance of eating together.
Demonstrate
How to whip and fuse the ends of a rope
The following knots and tell what their uses are
Two half hitches
The taut-line hitch
Explain the rules of safe hiking
on the highway and cross-country
during the day and at night
what to do if you are lost
Demonstrate how to display, raise, lower, and fold the American flag
 Repeat from memory and explain
Scout Oath
Scout Law
Scout Motto
Scout Slogan
Know
Patrol Name
Patrol Yell
Patrol Flag
Explain
The Buddy System
Personal Safety while on an outing
Personal Safety in neighborhood
What a bully is
How to respond
Record your BEST and 30 day improvement for
Push-ups
Pull-ups
Sit-ups
Standing long jump
1/4 mile walk/run
 Identify local poisonous plants; tell how to treat for exposure to them.
 Demonstrate how to care for someone who is choking
Show first aid for the following
Simple cuts and scrapes
Blisters on the hand and foot
Minor (thermal/heat) burns or scalds (superficial, or first degree)
Bites and stings of insects and ticks
Venomous snakebite
Nosebleed
Frostbite and sunburn
Demonstrate Scout Spirit in your everyday life by Living:
Scout Oath
Scout Law
Discuss four specific examples of how you have lived
The points of the Scout Law in your daily life.
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review

Second Class Scout
Demonstrate
How a compass works
How to orient a map
Knowledge of map symbols
Take a 5 mile hike or 10 mile bike ride using compass and map
Discuss principles of "Leave No Trace"
Participated in five separate troop/patrol activities (meetings do not count)
Activity 1
Activity 2
Activity 3
Campout 1
Campout 2
While camping, select your patrol campsite and sleep in a tent you pitched
Explain why you selected the site and tent locations
Demonstrate proper care, sharpening, and use of
The Knife
The saw
The Ax
Explain when each should be used
Use a Knife, Saw and Ax to prepare tinder, kindling, fule for a cooking fire
Discuss when to use a cooking fire and/or lightweight stove
Discuss safety proceedure for each method.
Demonstrate how to
Build a cooking fire
Set up a lightweight stove
While Camping
Plan and cook one hot breakfast or lunch
Foods should be selected from the food pyramid
Explain the importance of
Good nutrition
How to store your food
How to transport your food
How to prepare your food
Participate in a flag ceremony - explain the importance of respect for the US Flag
Participate in an approved 1 hout service project
Identify or show evedence of at least 10kinds of wild amnimals, birds etc
Show what to do for the "Hurry" cases
Bleeding
Breathing
Poisoning
Shock
Prepare a first aid kit for a hike.
Demonstrate first aid for
Object in the eye
Bite of a suspected rabid animal
Puncture wounds from a splinter, nail, and fishhook
Serious burns (partial thickness, or second degree)
Heat exhaustion
Shock
Heatstroke, dehydration, hypothermia, and hyperventilation
Tell what precautions must be taken for a safe swim.
Demonstrate
Jump feetfirst into water over your head in depth
Level off and swim 25 feet on the surface
Stop, turn sharply, resume swimming, then return to your starting place
Water Rescure methods
Reach
Throw
Row
Go
Explaing why/when to use each
Participate in a Drug/Tobacco/Alcohol awareness program
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review.
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Demonstrate how to find directions during the day and at night without using a compass.
Using a map and compass, complete an orienteering course that covers at least one mile and
requires measuring the height and/or width of designated items (tree, tower, canyon, ditch, etc.
Since joining, have participated in ten separate troop/patrol activities
Activity 1
Activity 2
Activity 3
Activity 4
Activity 5
Activity 6
Activity 7
Campout 1
Campout 2
Campout 3
For a campout
Help plan a patrol menu that includes at least one breakfast, one lunch, and one dinner
Requires cooking at least two of the meals.
Tell how the menu includes the foods from the food pyramid and meets nutritional needs
Using the menu above, show the cost and food amounts for three or more boys; buy the ingredients.
Tell which pans, utensils, and other gear will be needed to cook and serve these meals.
Explain the procedures to follow in the safe handling and storage of fresh meats
Dairy products, eggs, vegetables, and other perishable food products
 Tell how to properly dispose of camp garbage, cans, plastic containers, and other rubbish.
Serve as your patrol's cook.
Supervise your assistant(s) in using a stove or building a cooking fire
Prepare the breakfast, lunch, and dinner planned above
Lead your patrol in saying grace at the meals and supervise cleanup.
Discuss with your principal, or teacher, your constitutional rights and obligations as a U.S. citizen.
 Identify or show evidence of at least ten kinds of native plants found in your community.
Discuss when you should and should not use lashings.
Then demonstrate tying the timber hitch, clove hitch for square, shear, and diagonal lashings
Use lashing to make a useful camp gadget.
Demonstrate tying the bowline knot and describe several ways it can be used
Demonstrate bandages for a sprained ankle, injuries on the head, the upper arm, and the collarbone
Show how to transport by yourself, and with one other person, a person:
From a smoke-filled room with a sprained ankle, for at least 25 yards
Tell the five most common signals of a heart attack. Explain the steps in CPR
Tell what precautions must be taken for a safe trip afloat
Successfully complete the BSA swimmer test
With a helper and a practice victim, show a line rescue both as tender and rescuer
Demonstrate scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law in your everyday life
Discuss four specific examples how you have lived the points of the Scout Law in your daily life
Recruit another member to the troop
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review.

Star Scout
Be active in your troop and patrol for at least 4 months as a First Class Scout.
Demonstrate scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law
Earn 6 merit badges, including 4 from the required list for Eagle.*
While a First Class Scout, take part in service projects totaling at least 6 hours of work
While a First Class Scout, serve actively 4 months in one or more office positions
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference
Complete your board of review.

Life Scout
Be active in your troop and patrol for at least 6 months as a Star Scout.
Demonstrate Scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law
Earn 5 more merit badges, including any 3 more from the required list for Eagle.
While a Star Scout, take part in service projects totaling at least 6 hours of work
While a Star Scout, serve actively 6 months in one or more office positions
While a Star Scout, use the EDGE method to teach a younger Scout ONE of the following
Second Class - 16 & 18 (First Aid)
Second Class - 1 (Outdoor Skills)
Second Class - 6 thru 9 (Cooking/Camping)
First Class - 8 thru 10 (First Aid)
First Class - 6 and 7 (Outdoor Skills)
First Class - 4 (Cooking/Camping)
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference
Complete your board of review.

Eagle Scout
Be active in your troop, team, crew, or ship for a period of at least 6 months as a Life Scout.
Demonstrate Scout spirit by living the Scout Oath and Law in your daily life
Provide a list of personal references of people you know who will provide recommendations on your behalf
Earn a total of 21 merit badges, including 12 from the list of Required for Eagle
While a Life Scout, serve actively for a period of 6 months in one or more offfice positions
While a Life Scout, plan, develop, and give leadership to others in a service project helpful to any:
Religious institution
School
Community
BEFORE you start your project, itMUST be approved by:
Organization who will benefit from the service
Your Scout Master
Your Troop Committee
Your Council or District
You must use the Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project Workbook, No. 512-927, in meeting this requirement
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference.
Successfully complete an Eagle Scout board of review.
Option (Do 1)
Emergency Preparedness
Lifesaving

Option (Do 1)
Cycling
Hiking
Swimming



             Merit Badge
Camping
Citizenship in the Community
Citizenship in the Nation
Citizenship in the World
Communications
Cycling
Emergency Preparedness
Environmental Science
Family Life
First Aid
Hiking
Lifesaving
Personal Fitness
Personal Management
Swimming
American Business
American Cultures
American Heritage
American Labor
Animal Science
Archaeology
Archery
Architecture
Art
Astronomy
Athletics
Automotive Maintenance
Aviation
Backpacking
                Basketry
                Bird Study
                Bugling
                Canoeing
                Chemistry
                Cinematography
                Climbing
                Coin Collecting
                Collections
                Composite Materials
                Computers
                Cooking
                Crime Prevention
                Dentistry
                Disabilities Awareness
                Dog Care
                Drafting
                Electricity
                Electronics
                Energy
                Engineering
                Entrepreneurship
                Farm Mechanics
                Fingerprinting
                Fire Safety
                Fish and Wildlife Management
                Fishing
                Fly Fishing
                Forestry
                Gardening
                Genealogy
                Geology
                Golf
                Graphic Arts
                Home Repairs
                Horsemanship
                Indian Lore
                Insect Study
                Journalism
n your behalf   Landscape Architecture
                Law
                Leatherwork
                Mammal Study
                Medicine
                Metalwork
                Model Design and Building
                     Motorboating
                     Music
                     Nature
                     Nuclear Science
                     Oceanography
g this requirement   Orienteering
                     Painting
                     Pets
                     Photography
                     Pioneering
                     Plant Science
                     Plumbing
                     Pottery
                     Public Health
                     Public Speaking
                     Pulp and Paper
                     Radio
                     Railroading
                     Reading
                     Reptile and Amphibian Study
                     Rifle Shooting
                     Rowing
                     Safety
                     Salesmanship
                     Scholarship
                     Sculpture
                     Shotgun Shooting
                     Skating
                     Small-Boat Sailing
                     Snow Sports
                     Soil and Water Conservation
                     Space Exploration
                     Sports
                     Stamp Collecting
                     Surveying
                     Textile
                     Theater
                     Traffic Safety
                     Truck Transportation
                     Veterinary Medicine
                     Water Sports
                     Weather
                     Whitewater
                     Wilderness Survival
                     Wood Carving
                     Woodwork
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Date of Birth                           Eagle to be completed by
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Second Class
First Class
Star                                            12/5/09          4/6/10
Life                                            5/10/10          11/9/10
Eagle                                           1/5/11           7/7/11

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Patrol Leader             Do not make any entries in BLUE shaded area
Asst. Patrol Leader       These are calculated fields
Asst. Sr. Patrol Leader
Sr. Partol Leader         Enter an "A" (without quotes)
Troop Guide               to log credit for each Achievement
OA Troop Rep.             completed.
Den Chief
Scribe
Librarian                 In the calculated fields:
Historian
Quartermaster             P = Partial completion of an
Bugler                        Achievement or group of
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Scout
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Repeat the Pledge of Allegiance
Demonstrate
Scout Sign
Scout Salute
Scout Handshake
Tying the square knot (a joining knot)
Understand and agree to live by
Scout Oath
Scout Law
Scout Motto
Scout Slogan
Outdoor Code
Describe the Scout badge.
Complete
How to Protect Your Children from Child Abuse: A Parent's Guide
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference

Tenderfoot
Present yourself to your Leader
Properly dressed before going on an overnight camping trip
Show the camping gear you will use.
Show the right way to pack and carry it
Campout
Spend at least one night on a patrol or troop campout
Sleep in a tent you have helped pitch
Assist in preparing and cooking one of your patrol's meals.
Tell why it is important to share in meal preparation & cleanup
Explain the importance of eating together.
Demonstrate
How to whip and fuse the ends of a rope
The following knots and tell what their uses are
Two half hitches
The taut-line hitch
Explain the rules of safe hiking
on the highway and cross-country
during the day and at night
what to do if you are lost
Demonstrate how to display, raise, lower, and fold the American flag
 Repeat from memory and explain
Scout Oath
Scout Law
Scout Motto
Scout Slogan
Know
Patrol Name
Patrol Yell
Patrol Flag
Explain
The Buddy System
Personal Safety while on an outing
Personal Safety in neighborhood
What a bully is
How to respond
Record your BEST and 30 day improvement for
Push-ups
Pull-ups
Sit-ups
Standing long jump
1/4 mile walk/run
 Identify local poisonous plants; tell how to treat for exposure to them.
 Demonstrate how to care for someone who is choking
Show first aid for the following
Simple cuts and scrapes
Blisters on the hand and foot
Minor (thermal/heat) burns or scalds (superficial, or first degree)
Bites and stings of insects and ticks
Venomous snakebite
Nosebleed
Frostbite and sunburn
Demonstrate Scout Spirit in your everyday life by Living:
Scout Oath
Scout Law
Discuss four specific examples of how you have lived
The points of the Scout Law in your daily life.
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review

Second Class Scout
Demonstrate
How a compass works
How to orient a map
Knowledge of map symbols
Take a 5 mile hike or 10 mile bike ride using compass and map
Discuss principles of "Leave No Trace"
Participated in five separate troop/patrol activities (meetings do not count)
Activity 1
Activity 2
Activity 3
Campout 1
Campout 2
While camping, select your patrol campsite and sleep in a tent you pitched
Explain why you selected the site and tent locations
Demonstrate proper care, sharpening, and use of
The Knife
The saw
The Ax
Explain when each should be used
Use a Knife, Saw and Ax to prepare tinder, kindling, fule for a cooking fire
Discuss when to use a cooking fire and/or lightweight stove
Discuss safety proceedure for each method.
Demonstrate how to
Build a cooking fire
Set up a lightweight stove
While Camping
Plan and cook one hot breakfast or lunch
Foods should be selected from the food pyramid
Explain the importance of
Good nutrition
How to store your food
How to transport your food
How to prepare your food
Participate in a flag ceremony - explain the importance of respect for the US Flag
Participate in an approved 1 hout service project
Identify or show evedence of at least 10kinds of wild amnimals, birds etc
Show what to do for the "Hurry" cases
Bleeding
Breathing
Poisoning
Shock
Prepare a first aid kit for a hike.
Demonstrate first aid for
Object in the eye
Bite of a suspected rabid animal
Puncture wounds from a splinter, nail, and fishhook
Serious burns (partial thickness, or second degree)
Heat exhaustion
Shock
Heatstroke, dehydration, hypothermia, and hyperventilation
Tell what precautions must be taken for a safe swim.
Demonstrate
Jump feetfirst into water over your head in depth
Level off and swim 25 feet on the surface
Stop, turn sharply, resume swimming, then return to your starting place
Water Rescure methods
Reach
Throw
Row
Go
Explaing why/when to use each
Participate in a Drug/Tobacco/Alcohol awareness program
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review.
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Demonstrate how to find directions during the day and at night without using a compass.
Using a map and compass, complete an orienteering course that covers at least one mile and
requires measuring the height and/or width of designated items (tree, tower, canyon, ditch, etc.
Since joining, have participated in ten separate troop/patrol activities
Activity 1
Activity 2
Activity 3
Activity 4
Activity 5
Activity 6
Activity 7
Campout 1
Campout 2
Campout 3
For a campout
Help plan a patrol menu that includes at least one breakfast, one lunch, and one dinner
Requires cooking at least two of the meals.
Tell how the menu includes the foods from the food pyramid and meets nutritional needs
Using the menu above, show the cost and food amounts for three or more boys; buy the ingredients.
Tell which pans, utensils, and other gear will be needed to cook and serve these meals.
Explain the procedures to follow in the safe handling and storage of fresh meats
Dairy products, eggs, vegetables, and other perishable food products
 Tell how to properly dispose of camp garbage, cans, plastic containers, and other rubbish.
Serve as your patrol's cook.
Supervise your assistant(s) in using a stove or building a cooking fire
Prepare the breakfast, lunch, and dinner planned above
Lead your patrol in saying grace at the meals and supervise cleanup.
Discuss with your principal, or teacher, your constitutional rights and obligations as a U.S. citizen.
 Identify or show evidence of at least ten kinds of native plants found in your community.
Discuss when you should and should not use lashings.
Then demonstrate tying the timber hitch, clove hitch for square, shear, and diagonal lashings
Use lashing to make a useful camp gadget.
Demonstrate tying the bowline knot and describe several ways it can be used
Demonstrate bandages for a sprained ankle, injuries on the head, the upper arm, and the collarbone
Show how to transport by yourself, and with one other person, a person:
From a smoke-filled room with a sprained ankle, for at least 25 yards
Tell the five most common signals of a heart attack. Explain the steps in CPR
Tell what precautions must be taken for a safe trip afloat
Successfully complete the BSA swimmer test
With a helper and a practice victim, show a line rescue both as tender and rescuer
Demonstrate scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law in your everyday life
Discuss four specific examples how you have lived the points of the Scout Law in your daily life
Recruit another member to the troop
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review.

Star Scout
Be active in your troop and patrol for at least 4 months as a First Class Scout.
Demonstrate scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law
Earn 6 merit badges, including 4 from the required list for Eagle.*
While a First Class Scout, take part in service projects totaling at least 6 hours of work
While a First Class Scout, serve actively 4 months in one or more office positions
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference
Complete your board of review.

Life Scout
Be active in your troop and patrol for at least 6 months as a Star Scout.
Demonstrate Scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law
Earn 5 more merit badges, including any 3 more from the required list for Eagle.
While a Star Scout, take part in service projects totaling at least 6 hours of work
While a Star Scout, serve actively 6 months in one or more office positions
While a Star Scout, use the EDGE method to teach a younger Scout ONE of the following
Second Class - 16 & 18 (First Aid)
Second Class - 1 (Outdoor Skills)
Second Class - 6 thru 9 (Cooking/Camping)
First Class - 8 thru 10 (First Aid)
First Class - 6 and 7 (Outdoor Skills)
First Class - 4 (Cooking/Camping)
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference
Complete your board of review.

Eagle Scout
Be active in your troop, team, crew, or ship for a period of at least 6 months as a Life Scout.
Demonstrate Scout spirit by living the Scout Oath and Law in your daily life
Provide a list of personal references of people you know who will provide recommendations on your behalf
Earn a total of 21 merit badges, including 12 from the list of Required for Eagle
While a Life Scout, serve actively for a period of 6 months in one or more offfice positions
While a Life Scout, plan, develop, and give leadership to others in a service project helpful to any:
Religious institution
School
Community
BEFORE you start your project, itMUST be approved by:
Organization who will benefit from the service
Your Scout Master
Your Troop Committee
Your Council or District
You must use the Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project Workbook, No. 512-927, in meeting this requirement
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference.
Successfully complete an Eagle Scout board of review.
Option (Do 1)
Emergency Preparedness
Lifesaving

Option (Do 1)
Cycling
Hiking
Swimming



             Merit Badge
Camping
Citizenship in the Community
Citizenship in the Nation
Citizenship in the World
Communications
Cycling
Emergency Preparedness
Environmental Science
Family Life
First Aid
Hiking
Lifesaving
Personal Fitness
Personal Management
Swimming
American Business
American Cultures
American Heritage
American Labor
Animal Science
Archaeology
Archery
Architecture
Art
Astronomy
Athletics
Automotive Maintenance
Aviation
Backpacking
                Basketry
                Bird Study
                Bugling
                Canoeing
                Chemistry
                Cinematography
                Climbing
                Coin Collecting
                Collections
                Composite Materials
                Computers
                Cooking
                Crime Prevention
                Dentistry
                Disabilities Awareness
                Dog Care
                Drafting
                Electricity
                Electronics
                Energy
                Engineering
                Entrepreneurship
                Farm Mechanics
                Fingerprinting
                Fire Safety
                Fish and Wildlife Management
                Fishing
                Fly Fishing
                Forestry
                Gardening
                Genealogy
                Geology
                Golf
                Graphic Arts
                Home Repairs
                Horsemanship
                Indian Lore
                Insect Study
                Journalism
n your behalf   Landscape Architecture
                Law
                Leatherwork
                Mammal Study
                Medicine
                Metalwork
                Model Design and Building
                     Motorboating
                     Music
                     Nature
                     Nuclear Science
                     Oceanography
g this requirement   Orienteering
                     Painting
                     Pets
                     Photography
                     Pioneering
                     Plant Science
                     Plumbing
                     Pottery
                     Public Health
                     Public Speaking
                     Pulp and Paper
                     Radio
                     Railroading
                     Reading
                     Reptile and Amphibian Study
                     Rifle Shooting
                     Rowing
                     Safety
                     Salesmanship
                     Scholarship
                     Sculpture
                     Shotgun Shooting
                     Skating
                     Small-Boat Sailing
                     Snow Sports
                     Soil and Water Conservation
                     Space Exploration
                     Sports
                     Stamp Collecting
                     Surveying
                     Textile
                     Theater
                     Traffic Safety
                     Truck Transportation
                     Veterinary Medicine
                     Water Sports
                     Weather
                     Whitewater
                     Wilderness Survival
                     Wood Carving
                     Woodwork
  Completed Merit Badges

Count of Required for Eagle
Count of Merit Badge
Sum of Merit Badges




Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
         Scout 12
Age                                              6570
Date of Birth                           Eagle to be completed by
Start Date                              EPCD = Earliest Possible Completion Date
Office
Patrol Name


                                                               Next Rank     Service
                Rank         Status       Date Completed
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Scout
Tenderfoot
Second Class
First Class
Star                                           12/5/09          4/6/10
Life                                           5/10/10          11/9/10
Eagle                                          1/5/11           7/7/11

                          Notes:
Office
Patrol Leader             Do not make any entries in BLUE shaded area
Asst. Patrol Leader       These are calculated fields
Asst. Sr. Patrol Leader
Sr. Partol Leader         Enter an "A" (without quotes)
Troop Guide               to log credit for each Achievement
OA Troop Rep.             completed.
Den Chief
Scribe
Librarian                 In the calculated fields:
Historian
Quartermaster             P = Partial completion of an
Bugler                        Achievement or group of
Jr. Asst. Scoutmaster         Achievements.
Chaplain Aide
Instructor                C = Completion of an
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Scout
Age Requirement
Application
Repeat the Pledge of Allegiance
Demonstrate
Scout Sign
Scout Salute
Scout Handshake
Tying the square knot (a joining knot)
Understand and agree to live by
Scout Oath
Scout Law
Scout Motto
Scout Slogan
Outdoor Code
Describe the Scout badge.
Complete
How to Protect Your Children from Child Abuse: A Parent's Guide
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference

Tenderfoot
Present yourself to your Leader
Properly dressed before going on an overnight camping trip
Show the camping gear you will use.
Show the right way to pack and carry it
Campout
Spend at least one night on a patrol or troop campout
Sleep in a tent you have helped pitch
Assist in preparing and cooking one of your patrol's meals.
Tell why it is important to share in meal preparation & cleanup
Explain the importance of eating together.
Demonstrate
How to whip and fuse the ends of a rope
The following knots and tell what their uses are
Two half hitches
The taut-line hitch
Explain the rules of safe hiking
on the highway and cross-country
during the day and at night
what to do if you are lost
Demonstrate how to display, raise, lower, and fold the American flag
 Repeat from memory and explain
Scout Oath
Scout Law
Scout Motto
Scout Slogan
Know
Patrol Name
Patrol Yell
Patrol Flag
Explain
The Buddy System
Personal Safety while on an outing
Personal Safety in neighborhood
What a bully is
How to respond
Record your BEST and 30 day improvement for
Push-ups
Pull-ups
Sit-ups
Standing long jump
1/4 mile walk/run
 Identify local poisonous plants; tell how to treat for exposure to them.
 Demonstrate how to care for someone who is choking
Show first aid for the following
Simple cuts and scrapes
Blisters on the hand and foot
Minor (thermal/heat) burns or scalds (superficial, or first degree)
Bites and stings of insects and ticks
Venomous snakebite
Nosebleed
Frostbite and sunburn
Demonstrate Scout Spirit in your everyday life by Living:
Scout Oath
Scout Law
Discuss four specific examples of how you have lived
The points of the Scout Law in your daily life.
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review

Second Class Scout
Demonstrate
How a compass works
How to orient a map
Knowledge of map symbols
Take a 5 mile hike or 10 mile bike ride using compass and map
Discuss principles of "Leave No Trace"
Participated in five separate troop/patrol activities (meetings do not count)
Activity 1
Activity 2
Activity 3
Campout 1
Campout 2
While camping, select your patrol campsite and sleep in a tent you pitched
Explain why you selected the site and tent locations
Demonstrate proper care, sharpening, and use of
The Knife
The saw
The Ax
Explain when each should be used
Use a Knife, Saw and Ax to prepare tinder, kindling, fule for a cooking fire
Discuss when to use a cooking fire and/or lightweight stove
Discuss safety proceedure for each method.
Demonstrate how to
Build a cooking fire
Set up a lightweight stove
While Camping
Plan and cook one hot breakfast or lunch
Foods should be selected from the food pyramid
Explain the importance of
Good nutrition
How to store your food
How to transport your food
How to prepare your food
Participate in a flag ceremony - explain the importance of respect for the US Flag
Participate in an approved 1 hout service project
Identify or show evedence of at least 10kinds of wild amnimals, birds etc
Show what to do for the "Hurry" cases
Bleeding
Breathing
Poisoning
Shock
Prepare a first aid kit for a hike.
Demonstrate first aid for
Object in the eye
Bite of a suspected rabid animal
Puncture wounds from a splinter, nail, and fishhook
Serious burns (partial thickness, or second degree)
Heat exhaustion
Shock
Heatstroke, dehydration, hypothermia, and hyperventilation
Tell what precautions must be taken for a safe swim.
Demonstrate
Jump feetfirst into water over your head in depth
Level off and swim 25 feet on the surface
Stop, turn sharply, resume swimming, then return to your starting place
Water Rescure methods
Reach
Throw
Row
Go
Explaing why/when to use each
Participate in a Drug/Tobacco/Alcohol awareness program
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review.
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Demonstrate how to find directions during the day and at night without using a compass.
Using a map and compass, complete an orienteering course that covers at least one mile and
requires measuring the height and/or width of designated items (tree, tower, canyon, ditch, etc.
Since joining, have participated in ten separate troop/patrol activities
Activity 1
Activity 2
Activity 3
Activity 4
Activity 5
Activity 6
Activity 7
Campout 1
Campout 2
Campout 3
For a campout
Help plan a patrol menu that includes at least one breakfast, one lunch, and one dinner
Requires cooking at least two of the meals.
Tell how the menu includes the foods from the food pyramid and meets nutritional needs
Using the menu above, show the cost and food amounts for three or more boys; buy the ingredients.
Tell which pans, utensils, and other gear will be needed to cook and serve these meals.
Explain the procedures to follow in the safe handling and storage of fresh meats
Dairy products, eggs, vegetables, and other perishable food products
 Tell how to properly dispose of camp garbage, cans, plastic containers, and other rubbish.
Serve as your patrol's cook.
Supervise your assistant(s) in using a stove or building a cooking fire
Prepare the breakfast, lunch, and dinner planned above
Lead your patrol in saying grace at the meals and supervise cleanup.
Discuss with your principal, or teacher, your constitutional rights and obligations as a U.S. citizen.
 Identify or show evidence of at least ten kinds of native plants found in your community.
Discuss when you should and should not use lashings.
Then demonstrate tying the timber hitch, clove hitch for square, shear, and diagonal lashings
Use lashing to make a useful camp gadget.
Demonstrate tying the bowline knot and describe several ways it can be used
Demonstrate bandages for a sprained ankle, injuries on the head, the upper arm, and the collarbone
Show how to transport by yourself, and with one other person, a person:
From a smoke-filled room with a sprained ankle, for at least 25 yards
Tell the five most common signals of a heart attack. Explain the steps in CPR
Tell what precautions must be taken for a safe trip afloat
Successfully complete the BSA swimmer test
With a helper and a practice victim, show a line rescue both as tender and rescuer
Demonstrate scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law in your everyday life
Discuss four specific examples how you have lived the points of the Scout Law in your daily life
Recruit another member to the troop
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review.

Star Scout
Be active in your troop and patrol for at least 4 months as a First Class Scout.
Demonstrate scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law
Earn 6 merit badges, including 4 from the required list for Eagle.*
While a First Class Scout, take part in service projects totaling at least 6 hours of work
While a First Class Scout, serve actively 4 months in one or more office positions
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference
Complete your board of review.

Life Scout
Be active in your troop and patrol for at least 6 months as a Star Scout.
Demonstrate Scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law
Earn 5 more merit badges, including any 3 more from the required list for Eagle.
While a Star Scout, take part in service projects totaling at least 6 hours of work
While a Star Scout, serve actively 6 months in one or more office positions
While a Star Scout, use the EDGE method to teach a younger Scout ONE of the following
Second Class - 16 & 18 (First Aid)
Second Class - 1 (Outdoor Skills)
Second Class - 6 thru 9 (Cooking/Camping)
First Class - 8 thru 10 (First Aid)
First Class - 6 and 7 (Outdoor Skills)
First Class - 4 (Cooking/Camping)
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference
Complete your board of review.

Eagle Scout
Be active in your troop, team, crew, or ship for a period of at least 6 months as a Life Scout.
Demonstrate Scout spirit by living the Scout Oath and Law in your daily life
Provide a list of personal references of people you know who will provide recommendations on your behalf
Earn a total of 21 merit badges, including 12 from the list of Required for Eagle
While a Life Scout, serve actively for a period of 6 months in one or more offfice positions
While a Life Scout, plan, develop, and give leadership to others in a service project helpful to any:
Religious institution
School
Community
BEFORE you start your project, itMUST be approved by:
Organization who will benefit from the service
Your Scout Master
Your Troop Committee
Your Council or District
You must use the Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project Workbook, No. 512-927, in meeting this requirement
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference.
Successfully complete an Eagle Scout board of review.
Option (Do 1)
Emergency Preparedness
Lifesaving

Option (Do 1)
Cycling
Hiking
Swimming



             Merit Badge
Camping
Citizenship in the Community
Citizenship in the Nation
Citizenship in the World
Communications
Cycling
Emergency Preparedness
Environmental Science
Family Life
First Aid
Hiking
Lifesaving
Personal Fitness
Personal Management
Swimming
American Business
American Cultures
American Heritage
American Labor
Animal Science
Archaeology
Archery
Architecture
Art
Astronomy
Athletics
Automotive Maintenance
Aviation
Backpacking
                Basketry
                Bird Study
                Bugling
                Canoeing
                Chemistry
                Cinematography
                Climbing
                Coin Collecting
                Collections
                Composite Materials
                Computers
                Cooking
                Crime Prevention
                Dentistry
                Disabilities Awareness
                Dog Care
                Drafting
                Electricity
                Electronics
                Energy
                Engineering
                Entrepreneurship
                Farm Mechanics
                Fingerprinting
                Fire Safety
                Fish and Wildlife Management
                Fishing
                Fly Fishing
                Forestry
                Gardening
                Genealogy
                Geology
                Golf
                Graphic Arts
                Home Repairs
                Horsemanship
                Indian Lore
                Insect Study
                Journalism
n your behalf   Landscape Architecture
                Law
                Leatherwork
                Mammal Study
                Medicine
                Metalwork
                Model Design and Building
                     Motorboating
                     Music
                     Nature
                     Nuclear Science
                     Oceanography
g this requirement   Orienteering
                     Painting
                     Pets
                     Photography
                     Pioneering
                     Plant Science
                     Plumbing
                     Pottery
                     Public Health
                     Public Speaking
                     Pulp and Paper
                     Radio
                     Railroading
                     Reading
                     Reptile and Amphibian Study
                     Rifle Shooting
                     Rowing
                     Safety
                     Salesmanship
                     Scholarship
                     Sculpture
                     Shotgun Shooting
                     Skating
                     Small-Boat Sailing
                     Snow Sports
                     Soil and Water Conservation
                     Space Exploration
                     Sports
                     Stamp Collecting
                     Surveying
                     Textile
                     Theater
                     Traffic Safety
                     Truck Transportation
                     Veterinary Medicine
                     Water Sports
                     Weather
                     Whitewater
                     Wilderness Survival
                     Wood Carving
                     Woodwork
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Date of Birth                           Eagle to be completed by
Start Date                              EPCD = Earliest Possible Completion Date
Office
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Scout
Tenderfoot
Second Class
First Class
Star                                           12/5/09           4/6/10
Life                                           5/10/10           11/9/10
Eagle                                           1/5/11           7/7/11

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Office
Patrol Leader             Do not make any entries in BLUE shaded area
Asst. Patrol Leader       These are calculated fields
Asst. Sr. Patrol Leader
Sr. Partol Leader         Enter an "A" (without quotes)
Troop Guide               to log credit for each Achievement
OA Troop Rep.             completed.
Den Chief
Scribe
Librarian                 In the calculated fields:
Historian
Quartermaster             P = Partial completion of an
Bugler                        Achievement or group of
Jr. Asst. Scoutmaster         Achievements.
Chaplain Aide
Instructor                C = Completion of an
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Repeat the Pledge of Allegiance
Demonstrate
Scout Sign
Scout Salute
Scout Handshake
Tying the square knot (a joining knot)
Understand and agree to live by
Scout Oath
Scout Law
Scout Motto
Scout Slogan
Outdoor Code
Describe the Scout badge.
Complete
How to Protect Your Children from Child Abuse: A Parent's Guide
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference

Tenderfoot
Present yourself to your Leader
Properly dressed before going on an overnight camping trip
Show the camping gear you will use.
Show the right way to pack and carry it
Campout
Spend at least one night on a patrol or troop campout
Sleep in a tent you have helped pitch
Assist in preparing and cooking one of your patrol's meals.
Tell why it is important to share in meal preparation & cleanup
Explain the importance of eating together.
Demonstrate
How to whip and fuse the ends of a rope
The following knots and tell what their uses are
Two half hitches
The taut-line hitch
Explain the rules of safe hiking
on the highway and cross-country
during the day and at night
what to do if you are lost
Demonstrate how to display, raise, lower, and fold the American flag
 Repeat from memory and explain
Scout Oath
Scout Law
Scout Motto
Scout Slogan
Know
Patrol Name
Patrol Yell
Patrol Flag
Explain
The Buddy System
Personal Safety while on an outing
Personal Safety in neighborhood
What a bully is
How to respond
Record your BEST and 30 day improvement for
Push-ups
Pull-ups
Sit-ups
Standing long jump
1/4 mile walk/run
 Identify local poisonous plants; tell how to treat for exposure to them.
 Demonstrate how to care for someone who is choking
Show first aid for the following
Simple cuts and scrapes
Blisters on the hand and foot
Minor (thermal/heat) burns or scalds (superficial, or first degree)
Bites and stings of insects and ticks
Venomous snakebite
Nosebleed
Frostbite and sunburn
Demonstrate Scout Spirit in your everyday life by Living:
Scout Oath
Scout Law
Discuss four specific examples of how you have lived
The points of the Scout Law in your daily life.
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review

Second Class Scout
Demonstrate
How a compass works
How to orient a map
Knowledge of map symbols
Take a 5 mile hike or 10 mile bike ride using compass and map
Discuss principles of "Leave No Trace"
Participated in five separate troop/patrol activities (meetings do not count)
Activity 1
Activity 2
Activity 3
Campout 1
Campout 2
While camping, select your patrol campsite and sleep in a tent you pitched
Explain why you selected the site and tent locations
Demonstrate proper care, sharpening, and use of
The Knife
The saw
The Ax
Explain when each should be used
Use a Knife, Saw and Ax to prepare tinder, kindling, fule for a cooking fire
Discuss when to use a cooking fire and/or lightweight stove
Discuss safety proceedure for each method.
Demonstrate how to
Build a cooking fire
Set up a lightweight stove
While Camping
Plan and cook one hot breakfast or lunch
Foods should be selected from the food pyramid
Explain the importance of
Good nutrition
How to store your food
How to transport your food
How to prepare your food
Participate in a flag ceremony - explain the importance of respect for the US Flag
Participate in an approved 1 hout service project
Identify or show evedence of at least 10kinds of wild amnimals, birds etc
Show what to do for the "Hurry" cases
Bleeding
Breathing
Poisoning
Shock
Prepare a first aid kit for a hike.
Demonstrate first aid for
Object in the eye
Bite of a suspected rabid animal
Puncture wounds from a splinter, nail, and fishhook
Serious burns (partial thickness, or second degree)
Heat exhaustion
Shock
Heatstroke, dehydration, hypothermia, and hyperventilation
Tell what precautions must be taken for a safe swim.
Demonstrate
Jump feetfirst into water over your head in depth
Level off and swim 25 feet on the surface
Stop, turn sharply, resume swimming, then return to your starting place
Water Rescure methods
Reach
Throw
Row
Go
Explaing why/when to use each
Participate in a Drug/Tobacco/Alcohol awareness program
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review.
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Demonstrate how to find directions during the day and at night without using a compass.
Using a map and compass, complete an orienteering course that covers at least one mile and
requires measuring the height and/or width of designated items (tree, tower, canyon, ditch, etc.
Since joining, have participated in ten separate troop/patrol activities
Activity 1
Activity 2
Activity 3
Activity 4
Activity 5
Activity 6
Activity 7
Campout 1
Campout 2
Campout 3
For a campout
Help plan a patrol menu that includes at least one breakfast, one lunch, and one dinner
Requires cooking at least two of the meals.
Tell how the menu includes the foods from the food pyramid and meets nutritional needs
Using the menu above, show the cost and food amounts for three or more boys; buy the ingredients.
Tell which pans, utensils, and other gear will be needed to cook and serve these meals.
Explain the procedures to follow in the safe handling and storage of fresh meats
Dairy products, eggs, vegetables, and other perishable food products
 Tell how to properly dispose of camp garbage, cans, plastic containers, and other rubbish.
Serve as your patrol's cook.
Supervise your assistant(s) in using a stove or building a cooking fire
Prepare the breakfast, lunch, and dinner planned above
Lead your patrol in saying grace at the meals and supervise cleanup.
Discuss with your principal, or teacher, your constitutional rights and obligations as a U.S. citizen.
 Identify or show evidence of at least ten kinds of native plants found in your community.
Discuss when you should and should not use lashings.
Then demonstrate tying the timber hitch, clove hitch for square, shear, and diagonal lashings
Use lashing to make a useful camp gadget.
Demonstrate tying the bowline knot and describe several ways it can be used
Demonstrate bandages for a sprained ankle, injuries on the head, the upper arm, and the collarbone
Show how to transport by yourself, and with one other person, a person:
From a smoke-filled room with a sprained ankle, for at least 25 yards
Tell the five most common signals of a heart attack. Explain the steps in CPR
Tell what precautions must be taken for a safe trip afloat
Successfully complete the BSA swimmer test
With a helper and a practice victim, show a line rescue both as tender and rescuer
Demonstrate scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law in your everyday life
Discuss four specific examples how you have lived the points of the Scout Law in your daily life
Recruit another member to the troop
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review.

Star Scout
Be active in your troop and patrol for at least 4 months as a First Class Scout.
Demonstrate scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law
Earn 6 merit badges, including 4 from the required list for Eagle.*
While a First Class Scout, take part in service projects totaling at least 6 hours of work
While a First Class Scout, serve actively 4 months in one or more office positions
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference
Complete your board of review.

Life Scout
Be active in your troop and patrol for at least 6 months as a Star Scout.
Demonstrate Scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law
Earn 5 more merit badges, including any 3 more from the required list for Eagle.
While a Star Scout, take part in service projects totaling at least 6 hours of work
While a Star Scout, serve actively 6 months in one or more office positions
While a Star Scout, use the EDGE method to teach a younger Scout ONE of the following
Second Class - 16 & 18 (First Aid)
Second Class - 1 (Outdoor Skills)
Second Class - 6 thru 9 (Cooking/Camping)
First Class - 8 thru 10 (First Aid)
First Class - 6 and 7 (Outdoor Skills)
First Class - 4 (Cooking/Camping)
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference
Complete your board of review.

Eagle Scout
Be active in your troop, team, crew, or ship for a period of at least 6 months as a Life Scout.
Demonstrate Scout spirit by living the Scout Oath and Law in your daily life
Provide a list of personal references of people you know who will provide recommendations on your behalf
Earn a total of 21 merit badges, including 12 from the list of Required for Eagle
While a Life Scout, serve actively for a period of 6 months in one or more offfice positions
While a Life Scout, plan, develop, and give leadership to others in a service project helpful to any:
Religious institution
School
Community
BEFORE you start your project, itMUST be approved by:
Organization who will benefit from the service
Your Scout Master
Your Troop Committee
Your Council or District
You must use the Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project Workbook, No. 512-927, in meeting this requirement
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference.
Successfully complete an Eagle Scout board of review.
Option (Do 1)
Emergency Preparedness
Lifesaving

Option (Do 1)
Cycling
Hiking
Swimming



             Merit Badge
Camping
Citizenship in the Community
Citizenship in the Nation
Citizenship in the World
Communications
Cycling
Emergency Preparedness
Environmental Science
Family Life
First Aid
Hiking
Lifesaving
Personal Fitness
Personal Management
Swimming
American Business
American Cultures
American Heritage
American Labor
Animal Science
Archaeology
Archery
Architecture
Art
Astronomy
Athletics
Automotive Maintenance
Aviation
Backpacking
                Basketry
                Bird Study
                Bugling
                Canoeing
                Chemistry
                Cinematography
                Climbing
                Coin Collecting
                Collections
                Composite Materials
                Computers
                Cooking
                Crime Prevention
                Dentistry
                Disabilities Awareness
                Dog Care
                Drafting
                Electricity
                Electronics
                Energy
                Engineering
                Entrepreneurship
                Farm Mechanics
                Fingerprinting
                Fire Safety
                Fish and Wildlife Management
                Fishing
                Fly Fishing
                Forestry
                Gardening
                Genealogy
                Geology
                Golf
                Graphic Arts
                Home Repairs
                Horsemanship
                Indian Lore
                Insect Study
                Journalism
n your behalf   Landscape Architecture
                Law
                Leatherwork
                Mammal Study
                Medicine
                Metalwork
                Model Design and Building
                     Motorboating
                     Music
                     Nature
                     Nuclear Science
                     Oceanography
g this requirement   Orienteering
                     Painting
                     Pets
                     Photography
                     Pioneering
                     Plant Science
                     Plumbing
                     Pottery
                     Public Health
                     Public Speaking
                     Pulp and Paper
                     Radio
                     Railroading
                     Reading
                     Reptile and Amphibian Study
                     Rifle Shooting
                     Rowing
                     Safety
                     Salesmanship
                     Scholarship
                     Sculpture
                     Shotgun Shooting
                     Skating
                     Small-Boat Sailing
                     Snow Sports
                     Soil and Water Conservation
                     Space Exploration
                     Sports
                     Stamp Collecting
                     Surveying
                     Textile
                     Theater
                     Traffic Safety
                     Truck Transportation
                     Veterinary Medicine
                     Water Sports
                     Weather
                     Whitewater
                     Wilderness Survival
                     Wood Carving
                     Woodwork
  Completed Merit Badges

Count of Required for Eagle
Count of Merit Badge
Sum of Merit Badges




Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
         Scout 14
Age                                               6570
Date of Birth                           Eagle to be completed by
Start Date                              EPCD = Earliest Possible Completion Date
Office
Patrol Name


                                                                Next Rank      Service
                Rank         Status        Date Completed
                                                                  EPCD         Project
Scout
Tenderfoot
Second Class
First Class
Star                                            12/5/09           4/6/10
Life                                            5/10/10           11/9/10
Eagle                                           1/5/11            7/7/11

                          Notes:
Office
Patrol Leader             Do not make any entries in BLUE shaded area
Asst. Patrol Leader       These are calculated fields
Asst. Sr. Patrol Leader
Sr. Partol Leader         Enter an "A" (without quotes)
Troop Guide               to log credit for each Achievement
OA Troop Rep.             completed.
Den Chief
Scribe
Librarian                 In the calculated fields:
Historian
Quartermaster             P = Partial completion of an
Bugler                        Achievement or group of
Jr. Asst. Scoutmaster         Achievements.
Chaplain Aide
Instructor                C = Completion of an
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Demonstrate
Scout Sign
Scout Salute
Scout Handshake
Tying the square knot (a joining knot)
Understand and agree to live by
Scout Oath
Scout Law
Scout Motto
Scout Slogan
Outdoor Code
Describe the Scout badge.
Complete
How to Protect Your Children from Child Abuse: A Parent's Guide
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference

Tenderfoot
Present yourself to your Leader
Properly dressed before going on an overnight camping trip
Show the camping gear you will use.
Show the right way to pack and carry it
Campout
Spend at least one night on a patrol or troop campout
Sleep in a tent you have helped pitch
Assist in preparing and cooking one of your patrol's meals.
Tell why it is important to share in meal preparation & cleanup
Explain the importance of eating together.
Demonstrate
How to whip and fuse the ends of a rope
The following knots and tell what their uses are
Two half hitches
The taut-line hitch
Explain the rules of safe hiking
on the highway and cross-country
during the day and at night
what to do if you are lost
Demonstrate how to display, raise, lower, and fold the American flag
 Repeat from memory and explain
Scout Oath
Scout Law
Scout Motto
Scout Slogan
Know
Patrol Name
Patrol Yell
Patrol Flag
Explain
The Buddy System
Personal Safety while on an outing
Personal Safety in neighborhood
What a bully is
How to respond
Record your BEST and 30 day improvement for
Push-ups
Pull-ups
Sit-ups
Standing long jump
1/4 mile walk/run
 Identify local poisonous plants; tell how to treat for exposure to them.
 Demonstrate how to care for someone who is choking
Show first aid for the following
Simple cuts and scrapes
Blisters on the hand and foot
Minor (thermal/heat) burns or scalds (superficial, or first degree)
Bites and stings of insects and ticks
Venomous snakebite
Nosebleed
Frostbite and sunburn
Demonstrate Scout Spirit in your everyday life by Living:
Scout Oath
Scout Law
Discuss four specific examples of how you have lived
The points of the Scout Law in your daily life.
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review

Second Class Scout
Demonstrate
How a compass works
How to orient a map
Knowledge of map symbols
Take a 5 mile hike or 10 mile bike ride using compass and map
Discuss principles of "Leave No Trace"
Participated in five separate troop/patrol activities (meetings do not count)
Activity 1
Activity 2
Activity 3
Campout 1
Campout 2
While camping, select your patrol campsite and sleep in a tent you pitched
Explain why you selected the site and tent locations
Demonstrate proper care, sharpening, and use of
The Knife
The saw
The Ax
Explain when each should be used
Use a Knife, Saw and Ax to prepare tinder, kindling, fule for a cooking fire
Discuss when to use a cooking fire and/or lightweight stove
Discuss safety proceedure for each method.
Demonstrate how to
Build a cooking fire
Set up a lightweight stove
While Camping
Plan and cook one hot breakfast or lunch
Foods should be selected from the food pyramid
Explain the importance of
Good nutrition
How to store your food
How to transport your food
How to prepare your food
Participate in a flag ceremony - explain the importance of respect for the US Flag
Participate in an approved 1 hout service project
Identify or show evedence of at least 10kinds of wild amnimals, birds etc
Show what to do for the "Hurry" cases
Bleeding
Breathing
Poisoning
Shock
Prepare a first aid kit for a hike.
Demonstrate first aid for
Object in the eye
Bite of a suspected rabid animal
Puncture wounds from a splinter, nail, and fishhook
Serious burns (partial thickness, or second degree)
Heat exhaustion
Shock
Heatstroke, dehydration, hypothermia, and hyperventilation
Tell what precautions must be taken for a safe swim.
Demonstrate
Jump feetfirst into water over your head in depth
Level off and swim 25 feet on the surface
Stop, turn sharply, resume swimming, then return to your starting place
Water Rescure methods
Reach
Throw
Row
Go
Explaing why/when to use each
Participate in a Drug/Tobacco/Alcohol awareness program
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review.
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Demonstrate how to find directions during the day and at night without using a compass.
Using a map and compass, complete an orienteering course that covers at least one mile and
requires measuring the height and/or width of designated items (tree, tower, canyon, ditch, etc.
Since joining, have participated in ten separate troop/patrol activities
Activity 1
Activity 2
Activity 3
Activity 4
Activity 5
Activity 6
Activity 7
Campout 1
Campout 2
Campout 3
For a campout
Help plan a patrol menu that includes at least one breakfast, one lunch, and one dinner
Requires cooking at least two of the meals.
Tell how the menu includes the foods from the food pyramid and meets nutritional needs
Using the menu above, show the cost and food amounts for three or more boys; buy the ingredients.
Tell which pans, utensils, and other gear will be needed to cook and serve these meals.
Explain the procedures to follow in the safe handling and storage of fresh meats
Dairy products, eggs, vegetables, and other perishable food products
 Tell how to properly dispose of camp garbage, cans, plastic containers, and other rubbish.
Serve as your patrol's cook.
Supervise your assistant(s) in using a stove or building a cooking fire
Prepare the breakfast, lunch, and dinner planned above
Lead your patrol in saying grace at the meals and supervise cleanup.
Discuss with your principal, or teacher, your constitutional rights and obligations as a U.S. citizen.
 Identify or show evidence of at least ten kinds of native plants found in your community.
Discuss when you should and should not use lashings.
Then demonstrate tying the timber hitch, clove hitch for square, shear, and diagonal lashings
Use lashing to make a useful camp gadget.
Demonstrate tying the bowline knot and describe several ways it can be used
Demonstrate bandages for a sprained ankle, injuries on the head, the upper arm, and the collarbone
Show how to transport by yourself, and with one other person, a person:
From a smoke-filled room with a sprained ankle, for at least 25 yards
Tell the five most common signals of a heart attack. Explain the steps in CPR
Tell what precautions must be taken for a safe trip afloat
Successfully complete the BSA swimmer test
With a helper and a practice victim, show a line rescue both as tender and rescuer
Demonstrate scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law in your everyday life
Discuss four specific examples how you have lived the points of the Scout Law in your daily life
Recruit another member to the troop
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review.

Star Scout
Be active in your troop and patrol for at least 4 months as a First Class Scout.
Demonstrate scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law
Earn 6 merit badges, including 4 from the required list for Eagle.*
While a First Class Scout, take part in service projects totaling at least 6 hours of work
While a First Class Scout, serve actively 4 months in one or more office positions
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference
Complete your board of review.

Life Scout
Be active in your troop and patrol for at least 6 months as a Star Scout.
Demonstrate Scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law
Earn 5 more merit badges, including any 3 more from the required list for Eagle.
While a Star Scout, take part in service projects totaling at least 6 hours of work
While a Star Scout, serve actively 6 months in one or more office positions
While a Star Scout, use the EDGE method to teach a younger Scout ONE of the following
Second Class - 16 & 18 (First Aid)
Second Class - 1 (Outdoor Skills)
Second Class - 6 thru 9 (Cooking/Camping)
First Class - 8 thru 10 (First Aid)
First Class - 6 and 7 (Outdoor Skills)
First Class - 4 (Cooking/Camping)
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference
Complete your board of review.

Eagle Scout
Be active in your troop, team, crew, or ship for a period of at least 6 months as a Life Scout.
Demonstrate Scout spirit by living the Scout Oath and Law in your daily life
Provide a list of personal references of people you know who will provide recommendations on your behalf
Earn a total of 21 merit badges, including 12 from the list of Required for Eagle
While a Life Scout, serve actively for a period of 6 months in one or more offfice positions
While a Life Scout, plan, develop, and give leadership to others in a service project helpful to any:
Religious institution
School
Community
BEFORE you start your project, itMUST be approved by:
Organization who will benefit from the service
Your Scout Master
Your Troop Committee
Your Council or District
You must use the Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project Workbook, No. 512-927, in meeting this requirement
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference.
Successfully complete an Eagle Scout board of review.
Option (Do 1)
Emergency Preparedness
Lifesaving

Option (Do 1)
Cycling
Hiking
Swimming



             Merit Badge
Camping
Citizenship in the Community
Citizenship in the Nation
Citizenship in the World
Communications
Cycling
Emergency Preparedness
Environmental Science
Family Life
First Aid
Hiking
Lifesaving
Personal Fitness
Personal Management
Swimming
American Business
American Cultures
American Heritage
American Labor
Animal Science
Archaeology
Archery
Architecture
Art
Astronomy
Athletics
Automotive Maintenance
Aviation
Backpacking
                Basketry
                Bird Study
                Bugling
                Canoeing
                Chemistry
                Cinematography
                Climbing
                Coin Collecting
                Collections
                Composite Materials
                Computers
                Cooking
                Crime Prevention
                Dentistry
                Disabilities Awareness
                Dog Care
                Drafting
                Electricity
                Electronics
                Energy
                Engineering
                Entrepreneurship
                Farm Mechanics
                Fingerprinting
                Fire Safety
                Fish and Wildlife Management
                Fishing
                Fly Fishing
                Forestry
                Gardening
                Genealogy
                Geology
                Golf
                Graphic Arts
                Home Repairs
                Horsemanship
                Indian Lore
                Insect Study
                Journalism
n your behalf   Landscape Architecture
                Law
                Leatherwork
                Mammal Study
                Medicine
                Metalwork
                Model Design and Building
                     Motorboating
                     Music
                     Nature
                     Nuclear Science
                     Oceanography
g this requirement   Orienteering
                     Painting
                     Pets
                     Photography
                     Pioneering
                     Plant Science
                     Plumbing
                     Pottery
                     Public Health
                     Public Speaking
                     Pulp and Paper
                     Radio
                     Railroading
                     Reading
                     Reptile and Amphibian Study
                     Rifle Shooting
                     Rowing
                     Safety
                     Salesmanship
                     Scholarship
                     Sculpture
                     Shotgun Shooting
                     Skating
                     Small-Boat Sailing
                     Snow Sports
                     Soil and Water Conservation
                     Space Exploration
                     Sports
                     Stamp Collecting
                     Surveying
                     Textile
                     Theater
                     Traffic Safety
                     Truck Transportation
                     Veterinary Medicine
                     Water Sports
                     Weather
                     Whitewater
                     Wilderness Survival
                     Wood Carving
                     Woodwork
  Completed Merit Badges

Count of Required for Eagle
Count of Merit Badge
Sum of Merit Badges




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         Scout 15
Age                                               6570
Date of Birth                           Eagle to be completed by
Start Date                              EPCD = Earliest Possible Completion Date
Office
Patrol Name


                                                                 Next Rank     Service
                Rank         Status         Date Completed
                                                                   EPCD        Project
Scout
Tenderfoot
Second Class
First Class
Star                                             12/5/09           4/6/10
Life                                             5/10/10           11/9/10
Eagle                                             1/5/11           7/7/11

                          Notes:
Office
Patrol Leader             Do not make any entries in BLUE shaded area
Asst. Patrol Leader       These are calculated fields
Asst. Sr. Patrol Leader
Sr. Partol Leader         Enter an "A" (without quotes)
Troop Guide               to log credit for each Achievement
OA Troop Rep.             completed.
Den Chief
Scribe
Librarian                 In the calculated fields:
Historian
Quartermaster             P = Partial completion of an
Bugler                        Achievement or group of
Jr. Asst. Scoutmaster         Achievements.
Chaplain Aide
Instructor                C = Completion of an
                              Achievement or group of
                              Achievements.
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Scout
Age Requirement
Application
Repeat the Pledge of Allegiance
Demonstrate
Scout Sign
Scout Salute
Scout Handshake
Tying the square knot (a joining knot)
Understand and agree to live by
Scout Oath
Scout Law
Scout Motto
Scout Slogan
Outdoor Code
Describe the Scout badge.
Complete
How to Protect Your Children from Child Abuse: A Parent's Guide
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference

Tenderfoot
Present yourself to your Leader
Properly dressed before going on an overnight camping trip
Show the camping gear you will use.
Show the right way to pack and carry it
Campout
Spend at least one night on a patrol or troop campout
Sleep in a tent you have helped pitch
Assist in preparing and cooking one of your patrol's meals.
Tell why it is important to share in meal preparation & cleanup
Explain the importance of eating together.
Demonstrate
How to whip and fuse the ends of a rope
The following knots and tell what their uses are
Two half hitches
The taut-line hitch
Explain the rules of safe hiking
on the highway and cross-country
during the day and at night
what to do if you are lost
Demonstrate how to display, raise, lower, and fold the American flag
 Repeat from memory and explain
Scout Oath
Scout Law
Scout Motto
Scout Slogan
Know
Patrol Name
Patrol Yell
Patrol Flag
Explain
The Buddy System
Personal Safety while on an outing
Personal Safety in neighborhood
What a bully is
How to respond
Record your BEST and 30 day improvement for
Push-ups
Pull-ups
Sit-ups
Standing long jump
1/4 mile walk/run
 Identify local poisonous plants; tell how to treat for exposure to them.
 Demonstrate how to care for someone who is choking
Show first aid for the following
Simple cuts and scrapes
Blisters on the hand and foot
Minor (thermal/heat) burns or scalds (superficial, or first degree)
Bites and stings of insects and ticks
Venomous snakebite
Nosebleed
Frostbite and sunburn
Demonstrate Scout Spirit in your everyday life by Living:
Scout Oath
Scout Law
Discuss four specific examples of how you have lived
The points of the Scout Law in your daily life.
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review

Second Class Scout
Demonstrate
How a compass works
How to orient a map
Knowledge of map symbols
Take a 5 mile hike or 10 mile bike ride using compass and map
Discuss principles of "Leave No Trace"
Participated in five separate troop/patrol activities (meetings do not count)
Activity 1
Activity 2
Activity 3
Campout 1
Campout 2
While camping, select your patrol campsite and sleep in a tent you pitched
Explain why you selected the site and tent locations
Demonstrate proper care, sharpening, and use of
The Knife
The saw
The Ax
Explain when each should be used
Use a Knife, Saw and Ax to prepare tinder, kindling, fule for a cooking fire
Discuss when to use a cooking fire and/or lightweight stove
Discuss safety proceedure for each method.
Demonstrate how to
Build a cooking fire
Set up a lightweight stove
While Camping
Plan and cook one hot breakfast or lunch
Foods should be selected from the food pyramid
Explain the importance of
Good nutrition
How to store your food
How to transport your food
How to prepare your food
Participate in a flag ceremony - explain the importance of respect for the US Flag
Participate in an approved 1 hout service project
Identify or show evedence of at least 10kinds of wild amnimals, birds etc
Show what to do for the "Hurry" cases
Bleeding
Breathing
Poisoning
Shock
Prepare a first aid kit for a hike.
Demonstrate first aid for
Object in the eye
Bite of a suspected rabid animal
Puncture wounds from a splinter, nail, and fishhook
Serious burns (partial thickness, or second degree)
Heat exhaustion
Shock
Heatstroke, dehydration, hypothermia, and hyperventilation
Tell what precautions must be taken for a safe swim.
Demonstrate
Jump feetfirst into water over your head in depth
Level off and swim 25 feet on the surface
Stop, turn sharply, resume swimming, then return to your starting place
Water Rescure methods
Reach
Throw
Row
Go
Explaing why/when to use each
Participate in a Drug/Tobacco/Alcohol awareness program
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review.
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First Class Scout
Demonstrate how to find directions during the day and at night without using a compass.
Using a map and compass, complete an orienteering course that covers at least one mile and
requires measuring the height and/or width of designated items (tree, tower, canyon, ditch, etc.
Since joining, have participated in ten separate troop/patrol activities
Activity 1
Activity 2
Activity 3
Activity 4
Activity 5
Activity 6
Activity 7
Campout 1
Campout 2
Campout 3
For a campout
Help plan a patrol menu that includes at least one breakfast, one lunch, and one dinner
Requires cooking at least two of the meals.
Tell how the menu includes the foods from the food pyramid and meets nutritional needs
Using the menu above, show the cost and food amounts for three or more boys; buy the ingredients.
Tell which pans, utensils, and other gear will be needed to cook and serve these meals.
Explain the procedures to follow in the safe handling and storage of fresh meats
Dairy products, eggs, vegetables, and other perishable food products
 Tell how to properly dispose of camp garbage, cans, plastic containers, and other rubbish.
Serve as your patrol's cook.
Supervise your assistant(s) in using a stove or building a cooking fire
Prepare the breakfast, lunch, and dinner planned above
Lead your patrol in saying grace at the meals and supervise cleanup.
Discuss with your principal, or teacher, your constitutional rights and obligations as a U.S. citizen.
 Identify or show evidence of at least ten kinds of native plants found in your community.
Discuss when you should and should not use lashings.
Then demonstrate tying the timber hitch, clove hitch for square, shear, and diagonal lashings
Use lashing to make a useful camp gadget.
Demonstrate tying the bowline knot and describe several ways it can be used
Demonstrate bandages for a sprained ankle, injuries on the head, the upper arm, and the collarbone
Show how to transport by yourself, and with one other person, a person:
From a smoke-filled room with a sprained ankle, for at least 25 yards
Tell the five most common signals of a heart attack. Explain the steps in CPR
Tell what precautions must be taken for a safe trip afloat
Successfully complete the BSA swimmer test
With a helper and a practice victim, show a line rescue both as tender and rescuer
Demonstrate scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law in your everyday life
Discuss four specific examples how you have lived the points of the Scout Law in your daily life
Recruit another member to the troop
Participate in a Scoutmaster conference.
Complete your board of review.

Star Scout
Be active in your troop and patrol for at least 4 months as a First Class Scout.
Demonstrate scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law
Earn 6 merit badges, including 4 from the required list for Eagle.*
While a First Class Scout, take part in service projects totaling at least 6 hours of work
While a First Class Scout, serve actively 4 months in one or more office positions
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference
Complete your board of review.

Life Scout
Be active in your troop and patrol for at least 6 months as a Star Scout.
Demonstrate Scout spirit by living the Scout Oath (Promise) and Scout Law
Earn 5 more merit badges, including any 3 more from the required list for Eagle.
While a Star Scout, take part in service projects totaling at least 6 hours of work
While a Star Scout, serve actively 6 months in one or more office positions
While a Star Scout, use the EDGE method to teach a younger Scout ONE of the following
Second Class - 16 & 18 (First Aid)
Second Class - 1 (Outdoor Skills)
Second Class - 6 thru 9 (Cooking/Camping)
First Class - 8 thru 10 (First Aid)
First Class - 6 and 7 (Outdoor Skills)
First Class - 4 (Cooking/Camping)
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference
Complete your board of review.

Eagle Scout
Be active in your troop, team, crew, or ship for a period of at least 6 months as a Life Scout.
Demonstrate Scout spirit by living the Scout Oath and Law in your daily life
Provide a list of personal references of people you know who will provide recommendations on your behalf
Earn a total of 21 merit badges, including 12 from the list of Required for Eagle
While a Life Scout, serve actively for a period of 6 months in one or more offfice positions
While a Life Scout, plan, develop, and give leadership to others in a service project helpful to any:
Religious institution
School
Community
BEFORE you start your project, itMUST be approved by:
Organization who will benefit from the service
Your Scout Master
Your Troop Committee
Your Council or District
You must use the Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project Workbook, No. 512-927, in meeting this requirement
Take part in a Scoutmaster conference.
Successfully complete an Eagle Scout board of review.
Option (Do 1)
Emergency Preparedness
Lifesaving

Option (Do 1)
Cycling
Hiking
Swimming



             Merit Badge
Camping
Citizenship in the Community
Citizenship in the Nation
Citizenship in the World
Communications
Cycling
Emergency Preparedness
Environmental Science
Family Life
First Aid
Hiking
Lifesaving
Personal Fitness
Personal Management
Swimming
American Business
American Cultures
American Heritage
American Labor
Animal Science
Archaeology
Archery
Architecture
Art
Astronomy
Athletics
Automotive Maintenance
Aviation
Backpacking
                Basketry
                Bird Study
                Bugling
                Canoeing
                Chemistry
                Cinematography
                Climbing
                Coin Collecting
                Collections
                Composite Materials
                Computers
                Cooking
                Crime Prevention
                Dentistry
                Disabilities Awareness
                Dog Care
                Drafting
                Electricity
                Electronics
                Energy
                Engineering
                Entrepreneurship
                Farm Mechanics
                Fingerprinting
                Fire Safety
                Fish and Wildlife Management
                Fishing
                Fly Fishing
                Forestry
                Gardening
                Genealogy
                Geology
                Golf
                Graphic Arts
                Home Repairs
                Horsemanship
                Indian Lore
                Insect Study
                Journalism
n your behalf   Landscape Architecture
                Law
                Leatherwork
                Mammal Study
                Medicine
                Metalwork
                Model Design and Building
                     Motorboating
                     Music
                     Nature
                     Nuclear Science
                     Oceanography
g this requirement   Orienteering
                     Painting
                     Pets
                     Photography
                     Pioneering
                     Plant Science
                     Plumbing
                     Pottery
                     Public Health
                     Public Speaking
                     Pulp and Paper
                     Radio
                     Railroading
                     Reading
                     Reptile and Amphibian Study
                     Rifle Shooting
                     Rowing
                     Safety
                     Salesmanship
                     Scholarship
                     Sculpture
                     Shotgun Shooting
                     Skating
                     Small-Boat Sailing
                     Snow Sports
                     Soil and Water Conservation
                     Space Exploration
                     Sports
                     Stamp Collecting
                     Surveying
                     Textile
                     Theater
                     Traffic Safety
                     Truck Transportation
                     Veterinary Medicine
                     Water Sports
                     Weather
                     Whitewater
                     Wilderness Survival
                     Wood Carving
                     Woodwork
  Completed Merit Badges

Count of Required for Eagle
Count of Merit Badge
Sum of Merit Badges




Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle
Required for Eagle

								
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