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Boy Scouts in Speedway, Ind., raise nearly $4,000 for Operation Comfort Warriors, learn about helping an important cause in the process.
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Legion family members will convene in Indianapolis Sept. 20-22 for the national conference and Boy Scouts department conference.
Historical links and a common philosophy are shared by the Legion and the Boy Scouts, says Scout leader.
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American Legion National Commander James Koutz first VIP visitor to new National Scout Jamboree site.
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National Commander Jim Koutz will on site at the 2013 National Scout Jamboree to pass out badges, Legion brochures.
Mark Chmielewski of Salem, Conn., earned a $10,000 scholarship as the Legion’s Eagle Scout of the Year for 2013.
Boys from Cub Scout Pack 210 in Whiteland, Ind., packed banners to be shipped to France.
Brothers John and Jason Dreyzehner create University Scouts to keep college students active in Scouting and leadership.
Jake Rademacher, director and producer of “Brothers at War,” embedded with four combat units in Iraq to tell the story of two of his brothers.
The Boy Scouts of America offer an attractive option to a less healthy generation of youth who face a shorter life span.
Illinois teen’s uses Eagle Scout project to repair grandfather’s Legion post.
Jason Dreyzehner of Abingdon, Va., has been named the 2012 American Legion Eagle Scout of the Year.
Boy Scouts attending the 2013 National Scout Jamboree at The Summit Bechtel Reserve in West Virginia are in for a great outdoor adventure.
Robert B. Rasmussen from Hutchinson, Minn., is The American Legion Eagle Scout of the Year.
More than 45,000 Scouts learn of their organization's history, bond together during National Jamboree.
Groups of Scouts gather together to trade their patches, one of the most popular activities during the week.
Speaking at the National Scout Jamboree, Secretary of Defense credits Scouting for creating men who ‘built this country.'
Hill's presence at National Jamboree reinforces long-standing support of Scouting by The American Legion.
Thousands of Scouts from across the country will gather to enrich their lives, reinforce Scouting skills, learn leadership and teamwork, and of course, have fun.
Joe Phillips of Fond du Lac, Wis., led a campaign to properly retire unserviceable U.S. flags and claimed Legion honors.
April 1 is the deadline for Legion departments to submit their nominations to National Headquarters.
Boy Scouts to kick off 100th anniversary with live audio cast that figures to unite a quarter million Scouting enthusiasts nationwide.
Boy Scouts of America is encouraging all Scouts to support military men and women by sending letters and care packages to those serving overseas.
Michigan Legionnaire and son earn Boy Scouts heroism awards
American Legion calls on members to help celebrate anniversary of The Boy Scouts.
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Boy Scouts of America reaches the century mark.
Tim Sherry didn’t take the typical approach to his Eagle Scout Project. He found a way to introduce disabled veterans to the world of professional shooting.
Scouts are working to put together a plan to restore a hilltop grave site along the trail where Abraham Lincoln's younger brother, Tom, is buried.
Brad P. Jencks, 18, a senior at Bingham High School, earned the award and a college scholarship worth $10,000.