1. The Boy Scout Uniform
    The Boy Scout Uniform
    "When you join a Scout troop and put on the Boy Scout uniform you make a statement. Your uniform is a sign that you're a certain kind of citizen—trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean, and reverent. These are the values of Scouting, and they're important values for America. By working to live up to them, you're bringing great credit to yourselves and to our nation." —President George W. Bush at the 2005 National Scout Jamboree
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The Boy Scout Uniform
The Boy Scout Uniform plays an important role in the Boy Scout Program. It's shows a boy belongs to a Boy Scout Troop. He is a member of the Scouting Family. No matter where in the country or world a boy in uniform travels, he is recognized as a Boy Scout.
 
Placement of insignias and awards on the Boy Scout uniform is important. Each scout and adult in the United States follow the guidelines defined in the Youth Uniform Insignia and Adult Uniform Insignia inspection sheets. If it's not defined in the uniform inspection sheet, it's not official.
  
Upon entry into the troop, the scout received a solid green neckerchief. This neckerchief indicates the boy's rank in the troup as scout.  When each boy becomes a tenderfoot, he receives a blue and white neckerchief, which he will wear throughout his tenure as a scout. With each promotion in rank, the scout receives a patch indicating his new rank, worn on his right pocket.