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The USA 8 boat of Ben Brough and Laura Roudebush of Ship 90 in Newport Beach, Calif., won the 2014 William I. Koch International Sea Scout Cup.
The National Sea Scout Support Committee named Peter Schmidt of Springfield, Ill., as the 2014-2015 National Sea Scout Boatswain.
In a room filled with 175 Sea Scouts, odds are just one earned the Quartermaster Award last year. Finding him or her in this imaginary room won’t be easy, but once you
Ahoy, Sea Scouts and adult advisors! While it’s true that the BSA is transitioning to the Scout Oath and Scout Law in all programs, I confirmed this morning that the
Update, Sept. 7: Just to clarify, though the fleur-de-lis was in use before Scouting began, the Navy has said this use of the fleur-de-lis is indeed a reference to
Like all of us, Todd Skiles was overcome with grief when he heard about the school shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School in December. But when news broke that two of the
Think the Eagle Scout Award is rare? Check out the Sea Scouting Quartermaster Award. First earned around 1930, the Quartermaster Award is Sea Scouting’s highest honor.
Eagle Scouts are “Prepared. For Life.” But are they prepared for the high cost of college? College tuition was weighting on the mind of Scouter Pam K. from
You might not enjoy reading this. But it could be the most important thing you’ll read today. As stated in The Boy Scout Handbook, “Child abuse is a serious problem in
Members of Ship 41 show off O’Tumbler. Today’s Scouts will go on to careers where they solve some of the world’s biggest problems. But apparently the boys
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