Four meetings with cabinet secretaries yielded four strong responses to Scouting and the ways in which it prepares young people for life.
At the U.S. Capitol, the Scouts, Venturers and Explorer were whisked through the halls to meet first with Rep. Nancy Pelosi and then with Rep. Paul Ryan.
The spirit of collaboration between the BSA and the National Park Service was celebrated at a special ceremony near the Boy Scout Memorial in Washington.
On Tuesday, 10 young people visited the White House to present the Boy Scouts of America's Report to the Nation to President Donald Trump.
Rex Tillerson, No. 4 in the presidential line of succession, invited the Scouts, Venturers and Explorer into his outer office for a fireside chat.
On Monday, in a special dining room deep inside the Pentagon, the Report to the Nation delegates had lunch with Gen. Paul Selva, an Eagle Scout.
The Report to the Nation delegates got to do more than watch a changing of the guard. They stood with the Sentinels for a solemn wreath-laying ceremony.
Dr. David Hunt, an Eagle Scout and Smithsonian anthropologist, hosted the Report to the Nation delegates on Sunday, and they were spellbound.
The climb up a greased obelisk makes headlines, but there's a lesser-known Naval Academy tradition: the academy's strong ties to Scouting.
On the first day of the BSA's Report to the Nation trip, the delegates got a behind-the-scenes tour of NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center.