The news that a young man with the last name Eagle became an Eagle Scout got us thinking. How many Eagle Scouts in history have had that last name?
Creek Stewart, the Eagle Scout who once offered his survival secrets for free in a Boys’ Life ad, has a new prime-time show: “SOS: How to Survive.”
Any Scouts or Venturers who want to join Paul Salopek in Asia for a few days have until Sept. 1 to enter the 2017 Out of Eden Walk essay contest.
How do you Leave No Trace when climbing outdoors? The answer, in the form of 10 tips, comes from our friends at Jeep and the Access Fund.
BeAScout.org tells prospective Scouting families why Scouting is a good fit for their family and where they can find a pack, troop, crew or ship near them.
With the Aug. 21, 2017, eclipse now less than a week away, here are some last-minute suggestions for maximizing your viewing experience.
Based on feedback from parents, as well as surveys and focus groups, the BSA has some changes to announce to the Lion pilot program for this fall.
An Eagle Scout from Virginia won the Excel trophy at the Microsoft Office Specialist World Championship in Anaheim, Calif.
Does attendance and participation at the 2017 National Jamboree meet requirement 3G of the National Outdoor Award for Adventure?
Did you know that the tradition of Scouts browning marshmallows over a fire began well before s’mores blazed onto the scene in 1927?
Where did ga-ga ball come from? For a while, it was rumored that the game started in the Israeli Defense Forces, but that turned out to be a tall tale.
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Bryan Wendell, an Eagle Scout, is senior editor of Boys’ Life, Scouting and Eagles’ Call magazines.
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