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High-ranking Eagle Scout at the Pentagon shares strong words about Scouting

On Monday, in a special dining room deep inside the Pentagon, the Report to the Nation delegates had lunch with Gen. Paul Selva, an Eagle Scout.
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Scouts pay respects in wreath-laying ceremony at Tomb of the Unknowns

The Report to the Nation delegates got to do more than watch a changing of the guard. They stood with the Sentinels for a solemn wreath-laying ceremony.
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Dr. Thomas Starzl, Eagle Scout and ‘Father of Transplantation,’ dies at 90

An Eagle Scout, Dr. Thomas Starzl performed the first-ever liver transplant in 1963 and pioneered transplant surgery and anti-rejection drugs.
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What a 190-member troop can teach you about retention

This troop could be the biggest troop east of the Mississippi. What better source for successful recruitment and retention advice?
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In case you missed it:

Smithsonian anthropologist, an Eagle Scout, puts together pieces of the past
The U.S. Naval Academy’s lesser-known tradition: Scouting
At Goddard Space Flight Center, Scouts get a look at the future of NASA
10 young people, 10 great stories: Meet the 2016 Report to the Nation delegates
Report to the Nation 2016: A preview of the BSA’s week in Washington

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