Tag Archives: Boy Scout Uniform

By Makenzie Wistisen
Nov 15, 2017

Scout Uniforming And Why It Matters

Since its inception in 1910, Scouting has not only made uniforming a requirement, but a symbol of pride, functionality, and a reflection of its core values. The current (12th) edition of the Boy Scout Handbook states on page 32: “The Scout uniform is a symbol of the BSA. It tells others that you are a Scout and […]

By Michelle Carpenter
Sep 04, 2016

Two Uniforms of Christ-like Service

I grew up watching my younger brother Mikey dressed in uniform for Boy Scouting events. He wore all the required clothing: a buttoned up shirt with an American flag on the right shoulder, dark pants, and official crests and emblems. As he grew in his Scouting endeavors, he gained other tokens to add to his […]

By John Gailey
Apr 30, 2016

Can’t I Just Wear a T-Shirt? – Yes!

One of the key methods of Scouting is the uniform, yet many youth (and some adults) chafe at wearing the Boy Scout tan shirt with all of its patches and emblems. Fortunately for them, a Scout t-shirt is often an acceptable alternative to the classic button-up that still allows the group to build unity, reminds group members […]