There have been more than 2.3 million Eagle Scouts in history. Here's the number of Eagle Scouts per year, every year from from 1912 to 2014.
On Presidents Day, let's remember Gerald R. Ford, our 38th president and, at least so far, our only Eagle Scout president.
How many Eagle Scouts in 2014? Exactly 51,820. That's 51,820 reasons to feel pretty good about the future of our country.
All active NESA members automatically receive Eagles’ Call magazine as a perk of membership. What you might not know is that non-Eagles can subscribe.
Jordan Devey, Eagle Scout and offensive tackle for the New England Patriots, can add "Super Bowl champion" to his impressive list of life accomplishments.
I found at least 12 Eagle Scouts with Super Bowl ties, include a New England Patriots offensive lineman and the president of the Seattle Seahawks.
Long before leading the Seattle Seahawks to the Super Bowl in back-to-back seasons, Seahawks president Peter McLoughlin became an Eagle Scout.
So much in life these days is simulated that something real and authentic stands out. Thank goodness for Scouting, says Eagle Scout Steven Madigan.
Eagle Scouts can earn one Eagle palm for every five merit badges beyond the 21 required. He can earn Eagle palms as quickly as one palm every three months.
Eagle Scout Matthew Failor credits Scouting with preparing him for the hardships of the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, kicking off March 7.