In celebration of Black History Month, we wanted to share a list of 10 prominent African-American leaders who got their start in Scouting.
Four of the seven souls killed in the Challenger explosion on Jan. 28, 1986, had Scouting pasts. One of the victims, Ellison Onizuka, was an Eagle Scout.
"Running Toward Danger," a new book, features 170 of the most exciting rescues in the history of the BSA's heroism awards.
A Philmont crew reunited to re-create a photo taken 34 years prior. This is the story behind the most-viral photo in Scouting magazine Facebook history.
In 1916, John Philip Sousa, the American March King who wrote "The Stars and Stripes Forever" and other marches, debuted his "Boy Scouts of America" march.
The Philmont Photo Archive, a window into Philmont's past through official group photos, has reached a new milestone in its steady journey back in time.
Robert Dick Douglas Jr. earned the Eagle Scout award on Dec. 8, 1925. He has been an Eagle Scout longer than anyone else around: 90 years.
Jere Ratcliffe, who served as the BSA's Chief Scout Executive from 1993 to 2000, died Aug. 21, 2015. He was 78.
The Academy-award winning actor shares his thoughts on the Scout Law at a 1979 dinner honoring the Los Angeles Area Council's John Wayne Outpost Camp.
Robert Pershing Wadlow, at 8-foot-11 the tallest man ever, was a Boy Scout. At age 13, he was 7-foot-4 — much taller than anyone else in his troop.