- Sending #X before you drive could save a life, maybe even your own
- Scouting magazine coversRelive past World Scout Jamborees with
- ‘What Does the Fox Say?’ duo back with song about the trucker’s hitch
- Print this camping packing list to make sure no item gets left behind
- Scouts, Venturers and Explorers help open new San Francisco 49ers stadium
At the jamboree, no power outlet remains empty for long. Everywhere you look — using official AT&T charging stations, orange Summit Bechtel Reserve power arrays (not to
The beeping on Bram’s handheld radio intensified, and then: “I’m getting something!” Like a trio of bloodhounds, three Scouts from Troop A120 out of
Updated, July 11 | Added Sprint; Added Wi-Fi test in Echo camp Everything’s bigger and better at the 2013 jamboree, even the Wi-Fi and cellular networks. Early
As the Boy Scouts of America’s 12th Chief Scout Executive, Wayne Brock continues a solemn tradition that dates back to November 1911 when James E. West became the
In this corner, we have modern-day Scouting, where technology enhances the delivery of the program in ways never thought possible. In the other corner, it’s traditional
If first impressions are everything, your unit website better be good. These days, many prospective Scouts and their parents will research your pack, troop, or crew online
Updated, April 30: Apple iOS version now available They say this summer’s National Jamboree will be the most-connected ever. Well, this is a great start. Version 1.0 of
With apologies to the Buggles, I’m happy to report that the radio star is alive and well. Well, the ham radio star, at least. And now the BSA offers a special patch for
Seventy-six years before Mark Zuckerberg was even born, the original Scout Law appeared in Baden-Powell’s Scouting for Boys. No need for a new set of 12, though.
JOTA, I hear you loud and clear. More than 18,000 American Scouts participated in the 2012 edition of the Jamboree on the Air last month. That’s a whopping 482 percent
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