Captain America, MacGyver and Indiana Jones are just three of the fictional characters you said would be Eagle Scouts, if they existed in the real world.
At least 413 Eagle Scouts graduated from our nation's military academies in 2014, which reflects the level of dedication Eagle Scouts have to our nation.
Justin, a youth and lifetime member of the National Eagle Scout Association, asks whether he can wear the silver-bordered NESA Life Member square knot.
Eagle Scout Scott Berger is associate director of the "CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley," where he helps put out a 30-minute news program every weekday.
The Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook (No. 512-927) is regularly refreshed to make it easier to use and understand.
On May 25, the 16-year-old became the youngest person to summit the 27,766-foot Makalu, the world's fifth-tallest mountain. A week earlier he summited the 26,905-foot Cho Oyu, Earth's sixth-highest mountain.
Navy Capt. Edward “Chip” Zawislak is a real-life superhero, and he learned those skills in Scouting. Zawislak, an Eagle Scout and Scouter with Troop 903 in Southern Maryland, rescued and used first aid on a woman shot during the Washington Navy Yard attack on Sept. 16, 2013.
The Myanmar refugees escaped and settled in Salt Lake City. Many of the young men joined Boy Scout Troop 1262, part of the Great Salt Lake Council. And 11 earned Eagle Scout.
These three Eagle Scouts won three of the most prestigious scholarships NESA (National Eagle Scout Association) awarded in 2014.
The Boy Scouts of America on May 22 elected Robert M. Gates, Eagle Scout, former defense secretary and former CIA director as its national president.