Recognitions

Organizer pin, No. 00097, Scouter, civilian wear. Thanks pin, No. 00109, Scouter, civilian wear.
 
Silver Beaver Award, blue and white ribbon and pendant, No. 00331, council Scouter for distinguished service, formal wear as illustrated; silver charm, No. 00665, civilian wear; lapel pin, No. 00033, civilian wear; lapel pin with diamond, No. 00200; embroidered blue and white knot, blue to right, No. 05003, above left pocket.
 
Whitney M. Young Jr. Service Award, presentation plaque, lapel pin, and knot, volunteer who has made an outstanding contribution through Scouting to low-income urban/rural youth. Award also granted to organizations, but the lapel pin is worn only by those who have received the award in their own name, not as a member of a group, organization, or corporation. Civilian wear. Available on a restricted basis from the Scoutreach Division at the national office.
 
Silver Antelope Award, gold and white ribbon and pendant, No. 00322, regional Scouter for distinguished service, formal wear as illustrated; silver charm, No. 00666, civilian wear; lapel pin, No. 00034, civilian wear; lapel pin with diamond, No. 00201; embroidered gold and white knot, gold to right, No. 05005, above left pocket.
 
Silver Buffalo Award, red and white ribbon and sterling silver pendant, No. 00324, national Scouter for distinguished service, formal wear as illustrated; silver charm, No. 00671, civilian wear; lapel pin, No. 00035, civilian wear; lapel pin with diamond, No. 00202; embroidered red and white knot, red to right, No. 05004, above left pocket.
 
Distinguished Eagle Scout Award, red, white, and blue ribbon and pendant, No. 00330, Scouter, formal wear as illustrated; miniature pin, No. 00094, on Eagle know; lapel pin, No. 00328; charm, No. 00652, for wife.
 
Honor Medal, bar pin, red ribbon and pendant, awarded to a member of the Boy Scouts of America for saving life, above left pocket; embroidered red knot on tan, No. 05010, above left pocket. May also be awarded with Crossed Palms. Available on a restricted basis from the national office.
 
Heroism Award, white and red ribbon and pendant, awarded to a member of the Boy Scouts of America for meritorious action, above left pocket; embroidered red knot on white twill, No. 05020, above left pocket. May be worn also by previous recipients of the Certificate for Heroism. Available on a restricted basis from the National Court of Honor at the national office.
 
Medal of Merit, gold and blue ribbon and pendant, awarded to a member of the Boy Scouts of America for meritorious action, above left pocket; embroidered gold and blue knot, blue to right, No. 05013, above left pocket. Available on a restricted basis from the national office.
 
George Meany Award, ribbon and pendant, Union Scouter for community services, formal wear as illustrated. A knot and cloth insignia are available on a restricted basis from the Relationships Division at the national office.
 
Scoutmaster Award of Merit, jacket patch, No. 00147, Scouter, centered on back of red jacket or jac-shirt. A knot, No. 05001, is also available.
 
District Award of Merit, plaque, No. 17565; silver overhand knot, No. 05013.
 
Community Organization Award square knot, cloth, gold knot on purple, No. 152316, available to Scouters on a restricted basis from the Relationships Division. Worn above left pocket. As of January 1, 2006, there are 10 awards that fall into this classification: The Marvin M. Lewis Award of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks (BPOE); Daniel Carter Beard Masonic Scouter Award; Veterans of Foreign Wars Scouter's Achievement Award; American Legion Scouting Square Knot Award; Department of Defense--United States Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal; and Herbert G. Horton A�� Youth Service Award of Alpha Phi Omega, National Service Fraternity; Cliff Dochterman Award of the International Fellowship of Scouting Rotarians; Ruritan Scout Leader Community Service Award of Ruritan National Service Clubs; and the Raymond A. Finley Jr. Sea Scout Service Award of the United States Power Squadrons.

The George Meany Award of the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) is also part of this category, but retains the use of original square knot designed for the Meany Award.
 

Venturing Leadership Award, council, blue and white ribbon with pendant, No. 04220; regional, green and white ribbon with pendant, No. 04221; national, red and white ribbon with pendant, No. 04222. Presented by councils, areas, regions, and national to adults and Venturers for outstanding service.
 
Emergency Preparedness Award, No. 19-304. The pin may be worn on civilian clothing or on the uniform, centered on the left pocket flap. The award may be earned more than once; for instance, as a young person advances through the ranks and is capable of more complex preparedness activities, but only one pin may be worn. May be earned by Tiger Cubs, Cub Scouts, Webelos Scouts, and Boy Scouts.
 


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